Stores, Malls or Markets in Barcelona

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    Maremagnum: Maremagnum

    by Oleg_D. Written May 24, 2014

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    Maremagnum is huge shopping and entertaining center with many different types of restaurants and coffee-bars. You can also enjoy free wi-fi, resting area and movies in its cinema theater. This place is worth to visit for shopping, meals and rest.

    Restaurants: From 11 am to 1 am every day of the year
    Shops: From 10 am to 10 pm every day of the year

    What to buy: Whatever you need

    What to pay: Depends on the thicnes of your purse

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    www.vinoole.com: BEST SPANISH WINES ONLINE - www.vinoole.com

    by MaheshSamtani Written Feb 20, 2014

    This is an online shop that specializes in selling ONLY Spanish wines and they ship around the world, so if you are a Spanish wine lover and dont want to carry your bottles with you, you can surely get them shipped from - www.vinoole.com

    www,vinoole.com BEST SPANISH WINES ONLINE
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    CRAFTS & GIFTS: POBLE ESPANYOL

    by balhannah Updated Dec 16, 2012

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    The village of Poble Espanyol has many shops that are full of unique gifts. There are about forty craft shops including ceramic ware, decorative painting, glass, puppet-making, jewellery, masks, sculpture, leather, embroidery and basket-weaving just to name a few.
    It is here that you are likely to find something completely different to what is for sale anywhere in Barcelona.
    Quite a few of the Crafts people are there on site, making their items for sale.
    We watched the glass blower making delicate glass-ware.
    I might add, that I thought the prices were high, but the quality looked high too!

    There is a charge of 9.50euros for Adults to enter the village.

    CRAFTSHOPS AND SHOPS

    Winter: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Summer: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Autumn and spring: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

    Glassware at the village Glassware at the village
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    Airport Shopping: Heads Up for Barcelona International Travelers

    by Eric_Chester_NJ_USA Written Aug 31, 2012

    If you take an international flight out of Barcelona and want to shop in the airport - BE CAREFUL.

    International flights go out of terminals D and E. 'Real Shopping', however, is only available at terminals A, B and C.

    If you are flying out of D or E and want to go shopping, DO YOUR SHOPPING BEFORE YOU GO THROUGH PASSPORT CONTROL FOR TERMINALS D and E.

    Once you pass through passport control (terminals D and E) travelers ARE NOT ALLOWED back into the area with terminals A, B and C after they go past passport control.

    We ended up looking through a big glass wall (from terminal E) at all the great shops we COULDN'T GO TO.

    Be warned and do your shopping before you enter the international terminals (D and E)

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    La Roca Village: Outlet shopping mall

    by MaheshSamtani Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    If you are one of those compulsive buyers or simply enjoy shopping or just out for bargains and are particular that your stuff should be branded then this is the place to go. The Roca Village is a complex of outlets mainly for premier brands like Hilfigier, Hugo Boss, Pedro del Hierro, Calvin Klein, Burburry and other reknown brands of clothes and other fine items like vines, sports wear, travel goods, shoes, home dsiegn etc.,etc.,
    This shopping complex is situated outside the city of Barcelona and is open all the year around. Checkout timings and other details at their website - www.larocavillage.com
    If you are able to get a brouchere of this place at your hotel you will be able to get a 10 percent discount over the prices just for having it - so look for it. You can printout a map of how to get there from their web site which also has information of how to get there by different means of transport, so if you have the extra cash and the time - go for it.

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    Rioja Wines

    by Gili_S Written Feb 25, 2011

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    The Rioja wines are world famouse and I assume available also in your country. However, while visiting here you can have much more wide selections of quality wines to taste and buy to take home with you for self consuming or as a beautiful gift.

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    Wines

    by Gili_S Written Feb 19, 2011

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    The regional wines are excellent, I am not always sure or remember all the wines I have tasted but one that I can recommend and not pricey at all is the excellent red wine of Raimat vineyards, just about 200 km from Barcelona.

    What to buy: Wine

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    Rosa

    by Gili_S Updated Jan 30, 2011

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    This is not really about doing shopping here but this small store, Rosa, was just a minute walk from our hotel and that was the place to get out daily drinks and snack. Running by Asian people this one was very convenience as like in Asia it seems to be open all the time and we could get all our needed "supply" here, water, drinks, snack etc.

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    Sfera: SFERA

    by Danalia Written Jan 23, 2011

    Everytime I visit Sfera, I but a winter coat or tow. But since there is no real winter in israel , I hardly use them and they still look as new. Since they classic and well done, they can last for years.

    Monday to Saturday from 10-22 hr.

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    Maison Parfume: Maison Parfume

    by Danalia Written Jan 23, 2011

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    A store decorated in the feng Shui style and offers huge range of home fragrances , and became very popular in barcelona.
    We found product in 20 or 30 euros, but at the same time we could find a 150euros products.

    Add: Calle Provenea 266, Eixample
    Monday-Saturday 10:30-20:30

    What to buy: Home fragrances mostly,

    What to pay: 10-150 Euros

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    la boqueria: banana at la boqueria

    by rkearns Written Apr 20, 2009

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    la boqueria is one of the oldest markets in spain and it holds everything from duck to bananas. i know this because it was my last day in spain and i had (literally) 29cents to my name. i was STARVING. i wanted something to save me. i couldn't afford fresh meat, vegetables or other colorful and delicious, mouth watering cooked food. all i could afford was a banana. i got a banana from la boqueria, a huge market full of every kind of gastronomic orgasm, and i got a banana. thank you, la boqueria. you saved me with a simple pleasure and i will return the favor some day.

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    Carrefour grocery store: Groceries and more!

    by nyonnetti Written Apr 1, 2009

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    So we shopped at this store on Las Ramblas and it seems like a simple grocery store. The awesome thing is it is quite large, has at least 2 levels and has everything you could be looking for! We heard and can confirm that it is cheapest place in central Barcelona for you to stock up on basic provisions. We were also trying to find some last minute gifts and we thought to buy some coffee and single bottles of beer for little gifts. They were huge hits and only cost us a few euros!

    What to buy: Groceries.....and more!

    What to pay: € 2-3 for coffee, € 1-2 for beer

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    Market on Portal de L'Angel: Shop the markets

    by nyonnetti Updated Apr 1, 2009

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    Portal de L'Angel (near Ramblas) is a pedestrian-only street which has an outdoor market and other shops. We found some unique items in the market- jewelry, scarves, children's gifts, etc. This was a fun street to stroll down in the evening time as well.

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    CDCROME: not for billboard fans...

    by mindcrime Written Mar 30, 2009

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    On calle Tallers there are some cd stores where you can find cd/lps/dvds. There are some more on side streets, most of them small and focused on a specific style (ethnic, rock, jazz etc).
    I checked CDDROME that has a lot of vinyls, mainly experimental, electro, new wave disco, minimal and only a few indie rock. The owner didn’t even say goodmorning, something that surprised me because usually the Spanish people are welcoming…

    CDCROME
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    ??: Knives of all sorts!

    by nyonnetti Written Dec 16, 2008

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    I, unfortunately, forgot to write down the name of this knife shop, however, I do know it is located on Carrer Ferran- on the right side coming from the Ramblas. This was a really cool shop and it offered some awesome, original looking blades and knives of all sorts and sizes. I am not a knife person, but it does make for a really cool gift for a guy. The shopkeeper also is very nice and will help you pick out a good knife that is in the price range you tell him you can spend.

    What to pay: Range from 20 euros to thousands!

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