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Opened in November 1998, this is similar in design to the nearby shopping center called L'Illa. You'll find shops like Fnac, Habitat, as well as the famous perfumery Séphora here. The famous old Café Zurich, which has been on this site for years, was totally remodeled to fit in as the centerpiece of the new building. This is one of the busiest shopping centers in Barcelona as it is located close to the famous Ramblas.
Bulevard Rosa is an upmarket shopping center right in the heart of Barcelona, on Passeig de Gràcia. It houses more than 100 small shops with an emphasis on fashionable clothing, shoes, accessories and jewelry. Stores like Isla, Craverti and T-Zeta can all be found under this one roof. You can also take a break and a snack in one of the many cafés. A paradise for all fashion freaks, Bulevard Rosa is a must visit if you wish to spend a decent amount for the occasion.
Looking from a distance like a large ship floating at anchor, this spectacular modern shopping and leisure center was built as part of the Barcelona port renovation project. It's surrounded by popular attractions like the Aquarium and the Imax Port Vell (IMAX cinema). Inside the center, you'll find a huge selection of fashion retailers and souvenir shops along with leisure activities and numerous restaurants, ice cream parlors and fast-foods outlets. On the upper floors there are popular bars, clubs and discos that attract a large following of young people. The best way to get here is to walk from Plaça de Colom on the modern wooden bridge (Moll de la Fusta) over the water, which can be raised to allow boats to pass.
Las Arenas de Barcelona is housed in what used to be one of the main bullfighting rings in Barcelona. Today, after extensive renovation, it has reopened as a large shopping center that has a little bit of everything. Everything from clothing stores to shoes, accessories, electronics and more combine with other features like movie theaters, restaurants, private and business event space, and even Barcelona's Museo de Rock are all found here. For modern, one stop shopping, any visitor could easily spend the better part of the day at Las Arenas de Barcelona.
Built in 1995, Barcelona Glòries is one of the most popular malls in Barcelona. Find everything from designer brands to lesser known labels and loads of food products, household items and accessories at this spacious place, which houses in excess of 200 stores. Apart from going on a shopping spree, you can catch a movie with friends or gorge on some scrumptious delicacies at the restaurants.
A popular, busy and successful shopping center, it's spread over three floors of a huge avant-garde architectural wonder in one of the city's busiest business districts. In addition to all the shops, you'll also find a fresh food market, a supermarket, several restaurants, a hairdresser's, a hotel and numerous offices. The best stores include FNAC, Decathlon for sports, the hypermarket Caprabo, Bang & Oluffsen for exclusive audio-visual equipment, bags and suitcases from Mandarina Duck, Agatha's accessories, the Disneyshop, Zara for fashion, and restaurants like Pizza Hut and Monchos.
Spread across three floors, Diagonal Mar Shopping Center is among the largest malls in the city. This swank glass encased retail hub has nearly 200 stores and over 100 labels. Foodies can explore 53 eateries inside this mall. If you are a movie enthusiast, then the 18-hall movie theater is a haven. Enjoy a fun outing with friends or family at the bowling center. Be it shopping, dining or just having some fun, this place will not disappoint you.
Recently opened in 2000, 'La Maquinista' is an open-air mall with a metallic structure. Cold industrious capitalism at its best, there are numerous stores within the large, spread out complex. You'll find apparel, specialty stores, and restaurants: various brands all under one single roof. A solution to all your necessities awaits at this place.