The avenue is a wonderful place to expereince Barcelona and also shop among its extensive array of fine stores. Restaurnats are plentiful and also among its side steets.
This is certainly a road full of interesting buildings including two of Gaudi's most famous Casa Batllo and Casa Mila. It is also a shoppers dream, it has all the designer shops you could need as well. Sit outside to enjoy a coffee, lunch to tapas and watch the world go by.
The best way to combine a beautiful walk, seeing Gaudí and other interesting buildings and shopping at local stores like Zara, Desigual etc or the most exclusive, luxury shops. Nice atmosphere, beautiful Gaudi-style benches... I always start my visits to Barcelona in Passeig de Gracia
My wife and I stayed in a hotel within a short walking distance from here, so we walked the whole length of the street, crossed the road to the other side and walked back. We had also done this at Champs Elysees in Paris and Unter den Linden in Berlin, in the past. There are excellent buildings and expensive shops... More
This is a fantastic shopping experience. It has every major fashion brand. It starts with more mainstream brands such as Zara and Mango. The higher up you go, the more high street it becomes. Start at Zara and end at Michael Kors & Stella McCartney.
We decided to go along the passeig the Gracia as we knew there are Gaudí building on it as well as some nice shops. We chose this street on our way the the Sagrada Família. The buildings were beautiful (I can tell you they are beautiful all over Barcelona) and the shops interesting as well. When in Barcelona, you should... More
You need to experience the Passeig de Gracia area. We prefer markets and bargain shopping to name brands. But it is still interesting to walk through the area. If you are short on time, see it from the HOHO bus and spend your time in the neighborhoods that you like best. We prefer the historic areas with narrow streets and... More
The street where you'll find all the gratest fashon designers' shops. Elegant and crowdy place in the center of the city. Not for loners or when looking for to get lost in the city:-) Heads up when strolling because besides the boutiques, restaurants and banks you will also find buildings such as La Pedrera-Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, designed by Antoni... More
Although I certainly can't afford half the designers on this street, it is fun to window shop- and there's plenty of other shops to check out as well. This is a "happening" street, with plenty of sights and restaurants.
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