Shopping | Barcelona Bus Turístic

Due to the FC Barcelona match at the Montjuïc Olympic Stadium on Wednesday 25 October, the Barcelona Bus Turístic stops in the areas Pl. Espanya and Montjuïc will be affected during the afternoon until the end of the service. Find out more at stops or consult service staff.

Due to the FC Barcelona match taking place at the Olympic Stadium on Tuesday 28 November there will be no Red Route service to the Plaça d’ Espanya and Montjuïc area from 5pm. Find out more at stops or consult service staff.


Quality, diversity and tradition

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In Barcelona’s shopping areas you can find traditional establishments alongside designer and luxury boutiques, craft shops and gourmet product stores. Passeig de Gràcia, Rambla de Catalunya and Avinguda Diagonal, the Old Town and Gràcia offer some of the best shopping areas.

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With just one ticket, enjoy the two routes of the Barcelona Bus Turístic, getting on and off the bus as many times as you like.

Where can you shop in Barcelona?

Barcelona is a city with a great commercial tradition that has become one of Europe’s shopping capitals due to the diversity and quality of the products on offer and the cordial treatment of its professionals. In total in Barcelona there are 22 shopping areas where you can stroll, window shop, buy products and enjoy leisure activities.

One of the city’s main commercial areas is formed by the elegant Passeig de Gràcia and its parallel street Rambla de Catalunya, where there are luxury and designer boutiques, international fashion chain stores and even hundred-year-old establishments.

For shops catering to younger and more artisanal tastes you can visit the Gothic Quarter, where Avinguda del Portal de l’Àngel, and Carrer de la Portaferrisa and Carrer de Ferran offer popular fashion, artisanal products, jewellery and gourmet items.

If you cross Via Laietana to the Born district, you will find more innovative shops, small designer boutiques, ateliers, bars and restaurants with new gastronomic proposals, and art galleries.

To stroll in comfort and do some window shopping you can walk along Avinguda Diagonal, which, in addition to fashion boutiques, is home to numerous interior design, designer furniture and accessory shops, and shopping centres.

Finally, for a more alternative and local shopping experience visit the Gràcia district, which is a true paradise of small artisanal shops, Catalan designer boutiques and organic food restaurants.


Shopping routes with Barcelona Bus Turístic

With Barcelona Bus Turístic you can easily access all the city’s shopping areas. Both the Red Route and the Blue Route take you to Passeig de Gràcia, where you can also take a look at what Rambla de Catalunya has to offer.

From the Barri Gòtic and Pla de Palau – Parc de la Ciutadella stops on the Red Route of Barcelona Bus Turístic you can discover all the shops in the Gothic Quarter and the Born district, while the Gràcia stop on the Blue Route is a good starting point to explore this district’s shopping options.


For the most curious of you

  • Did you know? Since 1997, Barcelona City Council has held a competition called ‘La millor botiga del món’ (The Best Shop in the World), which has the aim of stimulating local shopping, favouring sustainable trade, fostering innovation and recognising people who have dedicated their professional lives to Barcelona’s retail sector.
  • A must: To discover why Barcelona is one of the world’s most successful shopping tourism destinations.