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Best shops in Passeig de Gràcia

Written by Sophie H

If you feel like treating yourself to a shopping spree then Passeig de Gràcia is the first place you should start. Known for its plethora of luxury boutiques and brands you have all the choice you could ask for when it comes to shopping for quality products. Here’s our pick of the very best shops for fashionistas and shopping addicts to visit on Passeig de Gràcia.

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Massimo Dutti

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It may sound predictable as the quality of Massimo Dutti’s offering and classic style makes it a safe bet in the fashion stakes, but our recommendation is not because of the clothes! The building of Massimo Dutti, next to La Pedrera, is one of the most beautiful we have ever seen! Set across three stunning floors with its own private garden terrace and cafe, this is a haven for tired shoppers to rest their weary legs, put down their bags and relax on the terrace for half an hour.

The interiors themselves have been restored from what we believe was an aristocratic home and the detailing, carved wooden ceiling and furnishings make the shop a truly magical setting.

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If you’re looking for a hit of luxury then Prada is the place to go. From outside, this flagship store seems quite large and once you step inside it opens out into an incredible accessories mecca, packed with gorgeous leather bags, sunglasses, shoes and clothes. The shop’s staff is friendly and accommodating, waiting to assist you in any way they can, which helps to enhance the feeling of a VIP experience.

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If jewelry and the finer things are what you are looking for then Cartier is a must. Set on the corner of Passeig de Gràcia, the shop occupies a modernist building that was designed in 1906. Gaze into the incredible window displays filled with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and watches or if you’re one of the lucky few who can afford it, venture inside to find a personal assistant who will tend to your every need.

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Stuart Weitzmann

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This is the place for shoe addicts. The boutique is slightly hidden into a basement-style setting so once you enter you really feel like you are far away from the crowds on the main avenue. All styles of the classic Stuart Weitzmann designs are available at this shop, as well as the new season collection.

Location: P 81

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Set inside the five-star Hotel Mandarin this Brioni boutique offers shoppers a unique and privileged experience. Its beautifully hand-crafted products are on display and for sale across three different levels, alongside pieces by designers like Manolo Blahnik and Tiffany.

Location: P 38


A local favorite most famous for its beautifully crafted leather goods, this boutique is located in a building that is part of Spanish history. Its renovation was unveiled in 2012 and its modernist facade really reflects the vibe of the brand.

Location: P

Santa Eulalia

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When you walk into Santa Eulalia on Passeig de Gràcia you are walking into the flagship of Barcelona’s oldest design houses. Its ready-to-wear selection is always on-trend including many international brands like Stella McCartney and Balenciaga. The shopping experience is as personal as it gets with a personal shopping service and bespoke tailoring.

Location: P 93

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About the author

Sophie H

Sophie is a native English freelance writer, PR consultant, personal trainer and yoga teacher / therapist living and loving life in Barcelona.

1 Comment

  • I am looking for some Pandora jewelry products that are designs like the famous buildings. If I was writing someone in France I would want the Eiffel tower. Please give me the websites of some dealers.

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