Antonio Miró

Sometimes called the Calvin Klein of Spain, Antonio Miró does wonderful designs for men, using fabrics like denim poplin and lightweight wool.


Located inside Casa Amatller and right next to Gaudi’s Casa Batlló on Passeig de Gràcia, this jewelry store (founded by a Catalan family in 1839) gives Barcelona’s most famous architecture a run for its money. Here you will find contemporary baubles as well as sparkling creations inspired by Art Nouveau designs.

Interior view - Boo, Barcelona, Spain


This trendy concept store, named after the fictional character Boo Radley in Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, sells limited edition fashions for men and women as well as a curated selection of decorative objects, books and perfumes.

Cacao Sampaka

This sleek, modern chocolatier (which also has a sister shop in Madrid) is a good place to refuel. The sweets range from traditional truffles to interesting blends of chocolate with herbal teas and adventurous combos like black-olive or Jamaican-pepper bonbons.

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Interior View - Caelum, Barcelona, Spain


This quaint shop sells candy, cookies and wines made in Spanish monasteries and convents.


Almost 150 years of quality shoemaking stand behind the Carmina brand, which is known for handsome leather footwear for men and women that is hand-stitched by local craftsman.

Casa Gispert

Casa Gispert is a quaint, historic shop is a popular stop for gifts of all different kinds of nuts in Barcelona. Indagare reviews.

Cereria Subirà

The amazing Cereria Subirà, founded in 1761, stocks only candles and is one of the oldest shops in Barcelona.

Exterior View - Cortana, Barcelona, Spain


Mallorcan-born designer Rosa Esteva’s bohemian dresses are displayed like works of art in this beautiful Eixample shop.

Exterior at  Custo Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain - courtesy Custo Barcelona

Custo Barcelona

Custo Barcelona’s Custo Dalmau has stores all over the world, but his business started here. His quirky and flamboyant T-shirts helped start the global $100 T-shirt trend.

Interiors at D Lirio, Barcelona, Spain

D Lirio

D Lirio sells women’s clothing and accessories with an emphasis on locally made leather bags, belts and silver jewelry.

Formatgeria La Seu

Argued to be the best cheese shop in town, Formatgeria La Seu is located in the Barri Gòtic neighborhood. It is presided over by Spanish artisanal cheese specialist and Scottish expat Katherine McLaughlin. The small brick-lined space is full of her marvelous selection of small-production cheeses from all over Spain. Tastings with a small pour of wine are available.

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Iriarte & Iriarte

Two Argentinian sisters design and create their beautiful leather products, such as elegant satchels and briefcases, at their local studio and sell them at this delightful shop. Each of the exquisite designs blend traditional craftsmanship and high-quality materials with a modern sensibility.

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Jaime Beriestain

This brilliantly curated concept store and showroom fuses Beristain’s bold eye for home design with his sophisticated, vintage-inspired taste. The sleek shop brims with a range of pieces for the home from vividly colored lamps to chic glassware and outdoor seating. There is also a café and bar.

La A

This eclectic shop, run by a Franco-Spanish couple, sells artisanal objects with a modernist aesthetic.

La Bésneta

This pretty, blue-tiled bakery specializes in vegetarian, gluten-free goodies like cookies, brownies and cupcakes.

Merchandise at La Manual Alpargatera, Barcelona, Spain

La Manual Alpargatera

Shelves filled with espadrilles of all colors and styles line the walls of this cute shop just between Las Ramblas and Plaça Sant Jaume. Whether you are looking for classic flats, fashion wedges, or baby shoes, consider this a mecca for hand-made, rope-soled shoes.

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La Nostra Ciutat

This airy emporium of locally made artisanal goods celebrates Catalonian craftsmanship
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Les Enfants Terribles

This boutique on the trendy Carrer Flassaders sells edgy, urban men’s clothing and accessories from brands such as Ted Baker, Ben Sherman and Dior Homme.

Exterior View - Loewe, Madrid, Spain


Set in a beautiful Modernist building, this is a great place to kick off a shopping spree. The venerable Spanish label offers the kind of quality leather goods, from wallets to luggage, that you’ll keep forever.

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Merchandise at Loisaida, Barcelona, Spain


This edgy and expansive shop mixes hip clothing brands like Liebskin, Maison Scott and Superdry among vintage bookcases displaying antique binoculars and crates of vinyl records. Also featuring designs by Loisada’s own label, the hanging clothes racks are organized according to color, which makes browsing especially fun.

Interior  view - Lydia Delgado, Barcelona, Spain - courtesy Lydia Delgado

Lydia Delgado

On a quiet alley off of Avenida Diagonal, a few blocks north of Eixample, the shop of this Barcelona-born ballerina-turned-fashion designer, specializes in chic but comfortable dresses, tops, slacks and chunky, retro-inspired jewelry.

Merchandise at Majoral, Barcelona, Spain


Just off the Passeig de Gràcia is this unique jewelry boutique, which features designer Enric Majoral’s luxe organic creations, made of gold, coral and pearls.

Mercat de la Boqueria

The only place for a true epicurean to start the day in Barcelona is in the middle of the bustling Mercat de la Boqueria, the city’s renowned food market off La Rambla Boulevard. Respected chefs head straight to the diminutive Pinotxo for a café con leche and a custard pastry or glass of cava and grilled rock lobster and salt cod croquette.

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Mercat Santa Caterina

Completed in 2005, the Mercat de Santa Caterina took seven years to finish, and if you manage to get an aerial view you’ll see why: the dramatic, wave-like roof is paved in 325,000 ceramic tiles with patterns resembling fruit and vegetables.

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Merchandise at Muna, Barcelona, Spain


At “the littlest shop in Born” you will find groovy kids clothing (from brands like Rita&Rita, Antik Batik and Imps & Elfs) and charming accessories for children from newborns to tweens.

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Nu Sabates

Located on one of El Born’s small windy streets, this store sells quirky hand-made men’s and women’s shoes made from the finest Italian leather.


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