Barcelona is an exciting city to go shopping. Here, you can find thousands of stores by local and international brands, where you can purchase affordable and luxury items, depending on your shopping budget.
The city has a variety of commercial areas, like Avinguda del Portal de l’Àngel, where stores like Bershka, Zara and Pull & Bear can be found, and Passeig de Gràcia, for a more exclusive shopping experience.
If your ideal shopping trip involves having to walk a little less and being able to find everything you need under one surface, you may want to pay a visit to one of Barcelona’s shopping malls.
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Located in the district of Les Corts, Pedralbes Centre has been in business for over 20 years. The mall presents itself as an alternative fashion center with nearly 50 stores that cater to the needs of an eclectic crowd of visitors.
In the fashion category you can find stores in Pedralbes Centre like Be, Boto&Co, Flo, Javier Simorra, Referendum and Mango. The mall also has stores dedicated to the selling of shoes, like Clarks, Lindsey, Sueños Negros and GoodKids. You can also visit Pedralbes Centre to find other types of articles like gifts, jewelry, perfumes, books, or use one of the several services the mall has to offer, such as tailoring and hairdressing.
Pedralbes Centre has a handful of restaurants and dessert spots where you can stop for a nice meal or an energy-boosting snack, which can later be burned off at the mall’s 24-hour gym, Anytime Fitness.
An innovative commercial space, Pedralbes Centre has received a number of awards throughout the years, such as Best shop windows of the Barcelona Shopping Line in 2008, Best renewal of a Shopping Center in 2010, and Best Action Award for Corporate Social Responsibility in 2014.
The easiest way for you to get to Pedralbes Centre using public transportation is by taking the green line (L3) of the subway, exiting at Maria Cristina or Les Corts; or using buses number 6, 7, 33, 34, 3, 66, 67, 70, 72, 75, or 78.