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Gràcia. Boutiques

Specialist shopping in a charismatic district with a lot of history

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A stroll through the Gràcia district reveals a large number of small, charismatic shops and boutiques that combine tradition and innovation. Fashion, design, craftwork and food make up the majority of the offering of a district where shopping is a relaxed and pleasant affair.

Shopping in Gràcia

Gràcia is a district with the soul of a village, full of small shops that form part of the area’s personality. On Gràcia’s narrow streets and charming squares you can find shops that have been open for more than 90 years, innovative co-working spaces, and all kinds of designer boutiques and local craft shops.

One of its main commercial areas is Carrer Gran de Gràcia, which is full of fashion, beauty and shoe shops. This street, which is the continuation of Passeig de Gràcia, maintains the commercial spirit of Passeig de Gràcia, just on a smaller scale.

Carrer de Verdi, another retail centre, is home to a more alternative shopping experience, with boutiques and ateliers owned by local and foreign designers, while Carrer d’Astúries specialises in food and green products.

In Gràcia, just about any small street you find is packed with craftwork, decoration, fashion, food, beauty and design shops.

 

How do you get to Gràcia?

From the stop of Passeig de Gràcia - La Pedrera stop on the Blue and Red Routes of Barcelona Bus Turístic you will arrive to the Gràcia district crossing Avenida Diagonal, from where you can start a route in search of the most unique shops in the area.

 

For the most curious of you

  • Did you know? In Gràcia’s three shopping areas, which have been in existence for more than 90 years, you can discover modern, innovative establishments, traditional family-owned shops, and food shops with a long history dating back to the beginning of the last century.
  • Local’s tip: Many of the district’s shops are still owned and operated by the same family that established them. Don’t be shy about asking them questions – they all have a tale to tell!