Shopping malls barcelona: The 8 Biggest Shopping Malls in Barcelona

The 8 Biggest Shopping Malls in Barcelona

Here we resumed all the information you may need about Barcelona’s largest shopping centres, you’ll read about the centres and what you can find inside.

Barcelona is a beautiful city that offers such a great number of places to explore, where you can never really go short on things to see and do. But we totally get that all of us after exploring the cultural side of a city, need some time for shopping: to find something for ourselves, our relatives and friends back home.

You can find some unique handmade pieces in the little boutique shops of the old town or head to Passeig de Gracia and pass by its variety of designer shops. But sometimes, especially during the hot summer months, it is just easier to go to a shopping mall and find everything you need at once.

And what’s great about Barcelona is that the city has so many great shopping malls, that wherever you go, your shopping experience will be very enjoyable and, for sure, very successful.

So, if you wonder how to spend your Sunday or you need just a place to do some shopping, one of this malls for shopping will surely be what you were searching about.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Las Arenas de Barcelona
  • 2. El Corte Ingles
  • 3. Diagonal Mar
  • 4. Maremagnum
  • 5. L’illa Diagonal
  • 6. Glòries
  • 7. Gran Via 2
  • 8. La Maquinista
  • EXTRA: Outlets outside Barcelona
    • Viladecans The Style Outlets
    • La Roca Village
  • Wrapping up

1. Las Arenas de Barcelona

When you first see the Las Arenas building you will never tell that it is a shopping mall. From the outside it looks like a historical monument, because it is one of them.

The building itself dates back to 1900. Back in the days, it was a bullfighting arena (you see where the name comes from), and later it was reconstructed and redesigned into a commercial center in 2011.

Commercial center Las Arenas – Wikimedia Commons

Today it is one of the coolest malls you can visit: apart from a great number of shops spread into three levels of the center, you can find a cinema, a gym, numerous restaurants and even a Rock Museum.

But its real treasure is the located in Plaza España on the 5th floor circular terrace with a 360 degrees panoramic view.  In fact, there is a glass elevator that will take you to the viewing platform for €1.

If you are not ready to pay to get to the top, you can come up easily using the escalators inside the mall.

Opening hours:

Shops: Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 22:00 (June to September). Monday to Saturday 09:00 – 21:00 (October to May).
Restaurants: Sunday to Thursday 10:00 – 1:00 / Friday, Saturday and holidays 10:00 – 3:00.

Address: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 373-385 | View Map

2. El Corte Ingles

El Corte Ingles shopping center is one of the first things that you see in Barcelona when you get off the Aerobus at Plaza Catalunya on your very first day.

This center is one of many from the chain located throughout Barcelona, and the biggest of them.

It is the Spanish equivalent for Macy’s and one of the best places to go for the designer clothes, accessories and cosmetics in Barcelona.

If you are not keen on spending many hours on shopping or need a place where all your family members or friends can find what they are looking for without having to split up and going to different shops, this shopping center is your best choice.

Inside the El Corte Ingles you will find everything you may possibly need: perfumes, cosmetics, jewelry, women’s and men’s fashion, a travel agency, children fashion, shoes, furniture and electronics, books, toys and much more.

At the ninth and the very last floor of the center there is a restaurant and café La Rotonda. There is also a supermarket and a little food court downstairs.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 09:30 – 21:00.

Address: Plaza de Catalunya, 14 | View Map

3. Diagonal Mar

The Diagonal Mar shopping centre is one of the biggest in Barcelona, offering about 200 shops where everyone can find something they look for. It is located at the very end of the Diagonal Avenue, where it meets the Mediterranean sea, in the Sant Martí district.

You can visit Diagonal Mar after spending a day at the beach, that is only 5 minutes away from the mall.

Apart from a great variety of international and Spanish brands, there is a big Alcampo supermarket, cinema (in Spanish), several restaurants on the outside terrace and a food court on the upper floor of the mall.

Right next to the Diagonal Mar shopping centre you can find the Parc de la Diagonal Mar, which is the second biggest park in Barcelona.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 22:00. Restaurants and Cinema: Monday – Thursday 10:00 – 1:00. Friday, Saturday 10:00 – 3:00.

Address: Avinguda Diagonal 3 | View Map

4. Maremagnum

Maremagnum shopping area is located at the very end of a wooden pier of the Port Vell of Barcelona. Its building has a very distinctive and interesting design. Its mirrored entrance will not let you pass by without taking a selfie!

The shopping precinct offers numerous shops for fashion, home ware and other kinds of goods.

Getting there is the easiest thing: you just walk down Las Ramblas all the way from Plaza Catalunya and follow the crowd through the pier.

You will not have a more enjoyable and romantic walk, especially if you do it during the sunset.

Here you have the beautiful Rambla de Mar just before reaching the mall:

Maremagnum is located right next to the building of the Aquarium de Barcelona, which is highly recommended for a visit if you are in Barcelona with kids.

There are several restaurants and cafes, some of them offering big terraces with incredible views of the port of Barcelona.

You will love the variety of places for the best seafood in town and the choice of lounge bars to spend a nice evening at. Apart from shops and places to eat, you will find a cinema in Spanish.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 – 22:00.

Address: Moll d’Espanya, 5 |View Map

5. L’illa Diagonal

L’Illa Diagonal is the Barcelona’s oldest mall, it was built back in 1993 and since then has been one of the favorites of the local public.

The design of the center building is already something you will appreciate: it looks somewhat like a horizontal skyscraper that seems to be lying on its side.

It is located right next to the Diagonal Avenue, in the upper part of Barcelona, in between the districts of Les Corts and Sarrià-Sant Gervasi.

You can find all kinds of shops and establishments in L’illa Diagonal. Popular shops for fashion and accessories, home and sports, etc. The food court area is one of the best for gourmet tastings.

There is a whole area dedicated to just food places popular with locals and city visitors. Additionally, there is also a supermarket there.

Or, if you prefere eating something on the street, you can check the street food markets that usually take place in Barcelona.

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Going to L’illa is a full experience, with its restaurant and cafe offer. And if you are not afraid of long walks, try getting there through the city on foot.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 9:30 – 22:00 (from June to September), 9:30 – 21:00 (from October to May).

Address: Avinguda Diagonal 557 | View Map

6. Glòries

The Glories shopping center would never make it to this list if it wasn’t for the latest reconstruction of it, that started back in 2015 and finished in November on 2017. This marketplace, located in the Plaza de las Glòries in Barcelona, wasn’t always as good as it is now.

It took 2 years to turn it into one of the best centers to go for shopping in Barcelona.

As a result of this transformation, it has gained many more shops, attractions and restaurants, and has incorporated sculptures and entrance signs made by Javier Mariscal.

The best thing about Glories is that a big part of it is outdoors, and to get from one shop to another, you sometimes need to take a very enjoyable walk through its “streets”.

There are all kinds of shops to explore, cinema (in Spanish), gym, Carrefour hypermarket, numerous restaurants, food court, etc.

This mall is surely one of our favorite in town!

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9:30 – 22:00.

Address: Avinguda Diagonal 208 | View Map

7. Gran Via 2

Gran Via 2 is the only commercial center located in the Montjuic area of Barcelona. You can find it on the Gran Via street. It offers 3 floors filled with a variety of major brand name shops, about 20 restaurants, a cinema and a Carrefour hypermarket.

The only problem that its location has is that the closest metro station is the Plaza Espanya one, otherwise it can be reached by bus, car or the Renfe Cercanias train. It is a great option for those city visitors who are staying in that area, attend events taking place at Fira Gran Via, or passing by on their way from IKEA, located just nearby.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 22:00.

Address: Avinguda Gran Via, 75-97 | View Map

8. La Maquinista

La Maquinista is the only open-air shopping complex in Barcelona. It is also one of the largest in Catalonia.

It is like a little shopping town, thanks to its open spaces with avenues, squares and porches.

You get to stay outside most of the time you spend there, and at the end of the day you don’t want to leave.

There are some shops and restaurants that you can only find in La Maquinista. Also, there is a cinema (in Spanish) and other leisure activities.

It is located in the neighbourhood of Buen Pastor, in the district of San Andrés, next to the Trinidad junction, the main north and northwest entrance to Barcelona, that connects the motorways directly with the roundabouts that surround the city.

Furthermore you can easily reach it by car, and is no challenge for those coming by public means of transport. You need to take the red L1 metro line and get off at Sant Andreu metro station.

The ride will not take you more than 20 minutes. Then you simply have to walk around 10 minutes, and your day is sorted.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9:30 – 22:00.

Address: Carrer de Potosí | View Map

EXTRA: Outlets outside Barcelona

Viladecans The Style Outlets

This 10,000 m2 outlet center is a great shopping destination if you are looking for your favorite brands but want to find something for a reduced price. The brands that you can find range from fashion and sports brands to cosmetics and homeware. After having done your shopping, you can relax in one of the restaurants or take a walk.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 22:00.

Address:  Carreterta de la Vila, 90  | View Map 

La Roca Village

La Roca Village is located just 40 minutes from the center of Barcelona in a quiet area of the Vallès region, near the beaches of Maresme and the Costa Brava.

It offers more than 130 luxury boutiques of national and international fashion and homeware brands with discounts of up to 60%.

The center is very popular all-year-round, because apart from all the amazing shops you can visit a variety of restaurants and cafes and services.

It is a great option if you have a car.

It can be a bit hard to get there if you go by public transport but totally worth it in the end. To conclude, it is a perfect place if you want to have a great day shopping far from the bustle of the city center of Barcelona.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 – 21:00.

Address: La Roca Village, s/n, 08430 Santa Agnès de Malanyanes | View Map

Since this one is really close to Costa Brava Beaches,
we recommend you to have a look on our guide!


Wrapping up

Concluding, we can say Barcelona is a beautiful city that offers such a great number of places to explore, that you can never really go short of things to see and do.

But we totally get that all of us after exploring the cultural side of a city, need some time for shopping: to find something for ourselves, our relatives and friends back at home.

You can find some unique handmade pieces in the little boutique shops of the old town or head to Passeig de Gracia and pass by its variety of designer shops.

But sometimes, especially during the hot summer months, it is just easier to go to a shopping mall and find everything you need at once.

And what’s great about Barcelona is that the city has so many great shopping malls, that wherever you go, your shopping experience will be very enjoyable and, for sure, very successful.

Best Shopping Malls in Barcelona


Barcelona is a shopping city! Pretty much every local district is lined up along a main shopping street, be it the exclusive brands in Passeig de Gracia or the average human being shops of Carretera de Sants. There’s districts that are great for shopping, too, like the Born neighborhood. But what if you don’t want to have to find your way around? 

What if you want to have all your favorite brands and a few more to discover right in the same place? Are you a shopping mall lover? Then don’t miss today’s post! We tell you where to go, so you don’t have to do your research.


Keep these shopping malls in Barcelona under your radar:

La Maquinista – the largest shopping mall in Barcelona

And maybe not only the largest in Barcelona, but in the entire region of Catalunya! It’s the place to go for shopaholics wanting to spend an entire day shopping and relaxing. It features 250,000 sqm (61.7 acres) of surface, almost a third of it is occupied by its 150 shops, 47 restaurants and one large movie theater. The rest is outdoor and covered areas for visitors. 

The downside? It’s a 25 minute ride from Plaça Catalunya on either the subway (L1 to Sant Andreu). Or you can take the more confusing the Rodalies suburban train from Passeig de Gracia near Casa Batllo and it’s only 5 minutes to Sant Andreu Comtal on the R2N. But once you get there, it’s all about shopping. There’s nothing else to do in the area unless you feel like exploring the old district of Sant Andreu.

Galeries Maldà – The shopping mall for freaks and fans

Actually the oldest mall in Barcelona, the Galeries Maldà were a tranquil and humble shopping mall in the heart of the Gothic Quarter. But the usualstores have little by little been replaced by themed shops like the ones you see in Camden, London.


There’s a Harry potter shop (Carreró Maldà), a Star Wars shop (El Hangar Galáctico), a Game of Thrones stores (Thronestore BCN), a Dragon Ball store (KameHame Shop), a tailor that sales wearable butterfly wings and witch hats (Costurero Real), a steampunk shop (Uchronic Time) and much more.

It’s a quite fun stop when you are visiting La Rambla or the Boqueria Market and are heading from there to the Cathedral of Saint Eulalia.

El Triangle – The shopping mall in Barcelona centre

After the elegant Boulevard Rosa closed little before the pandemic, the centre of Barcelona was left orphan of interesting shopping malls. The only exception is El Triangle, located in a corner of Plaça Catalunya touching La Rambla and the commercial Pelai street. 

I see it as a place to stop for a break in one of its convenient cafeterias, or the place to go for two big brands. There’s one of the largest Sephora perfume stores in the basement of it. And the French FNAC occupies the second and third floors with electronics, books and music. There’s also half a dozen small fashion and shoe shops.

Las Arenas – A mall in an old bullring

The round bullring Las Arenas had been permanently closed for a few decades until in 2011 it became a shopping mall. It was refurbished by the British architect Richard Rogers (the same that did the Pompidou Center in Paris). 


It’s not too big, but it’s a great fun way to start exploring the Hill of Montjuic: the escalators inside the mall lead you to the vantage point platform on the top floor where you get impressive views of the city. Yes, there’s a panoramic glass-walled elevator that takes you there too… but it’s not free like using the escalators inside!

This shopping mall is also the perfect place to have an informal bite before or after the Magic Fountain Show in one of its restaurants and cafes. 

Diagonal Mar and Centre Comercial Glories – heading out to Poblenou

The Poblenou district used to be an industrial area that has been transformed into a cool combination of cutting-edge  sustainable contemporary architecture and refurbished factories and warehouses that attract local and international entrepreneurs and creatives. All this by preserving an area where you can feel “the real Barcelona” and see locals on their daily errands.

The area starts in the traffic knot of Plaça de les Glories Catalanes, famous for the “cucumber” looking building Torre Agbar and the Encants flea market. Right there you have Centre Comercial Glories, a medium to large mall with half as many restaurants and shops (30 vs 80). Food has been their firm wager to differentiate themselves from the competition.

The furthest end was a degraded area that was claimed by the city in 2004 to host the international event of the Forum of Cultures. And one of the key strategies to make the neighbors feel welcome again by Barcelona (and to attract locals from other districts, too), was opening up a large shopping mall: Diagonal Mar.

You’ll find there all the European and Spanish fashion brands such as Zara and its outlet Lefties, Mango, H&M and other. There’s also the enormous Alcampo supermarket, and the popular Mediamarket store for electronics.

BTW, if you are wondering if this shopping mall is close to the beach… Not really. There’s the Centre de la Vila mall in the Olympic Village that is close to the Nova Icaria beach, but it’s quite small and I’d only go there for emergency shopping (like you forgot your sun lotion, or your cellphone case broke), or to watch movies in their un-dubbed version.

Illa Diagonal – Where the wealthy shop

La Illa Diagonal was the first large shopping mall open in Barcelona in the 1990’s. Until then everything there was were small shopping centers. Located next to the exclusive Turo Park and Sarria areas, it’s the shopping mall of choice for the local upper-middle class.


The selection of stores is similar to the ones you’ll find in other malls, however it transpires a classy feel the other malls don’t have. But don’t miss the food court in the basement, where rather than fast-food chains you’ll find branches of respectable local gourmet shops. Most of them, with their own tasting corner were you can enjoy the best Spanish Ham or an award-winning croissant during a break from shopping.

This is also my go-to mall for families with small kids. Sure, some other large malls have a play center. But in Illa Diagonal they have… a luna park! And a playground next to it. Plus one of the only two Disney Stores in Barcelona!

Need more? You’ll just be 5 minutes walk from the exclusive boutiques in Avinguda Pau Casals, and another 5 minutes from the Corte Ingles of Maria Cristina.  And from there you can catch a tram to go visit the FC Barcelona Stadium!

Corte Inglés – The Barcelona Department Stores

Corte Inglés is the Spanish brand of Department Stores. Moms love it because you can literally find there anything for your household, from clothes for the entire family, to food, furniture, electronics and gifts.


It’s also a convenient place to buy Spanish leather, which is why their building in Plaça Catalunya is usually crowded by tourists. This particular building is mostly for fashion, beauty, accessories and food.

Two blocks down Portal de l’Angel they have another building more appealing to young people, with their electronics, music and sports departments among other. There’s also a more spacious and classy Corte Inglés in the uptown Barcelona, by the L3 Maria Cristina subway station. That’s where the wealthy Barcelonans go.

And there’s another one one 7 minutes walk from L1 Fabra i Puig station (a 20 minutes ride from Plaça Catalunya). It’s a more working class district next to one of the busiest roads into the city, but it makes part of the Som Multiespai shopping mall, including outlet stores, food courts and a movie theater. And in the Summer, it’s next to the public pool of Can Drago.

Maremagnum – The Barcelona shopping mall open Sunday

In Spain, stores must be closed on Sunday by law. The only exceptions are souvenir shops, airport shops and shops located in port grounds. And because for every law there’s a loophole… the Maremagnum mall located in the middle of the water of Port Vell is the only Barcelona mall allowed to open in Barcelona 365 days a year.

You can make it your ending point after walking down La Rambla, and access it through the wood bridge that starts at the foot of the Columbus statue. The other access is a dedicated road that starts next to the Face of Barcelona statue (end of Via Laietana). That allows you to continue your sightseeing exploring the Born District and the Barceloneta fishermen quarter.

As for shopping, it’s a middle sized mall, similar or maybe a tad smaller than Las Arenas. You might as well plan to have dinner in one of its 4 restaurants overlooking the harbor.


Shopping malls near Barcelona

The southern accesses of Barcelona are filled with shopping malls, some of them opening also on Sundays. Centre Comercial Sant Boi, l’Anec Blau, BarnaSud… But most of them have little interest to the foreign visitor and are mostly aimed at locals.  

Let me just outline two of them. The Finestrelles mall is accessible with the same tram that departs from Illa Diagonal, just further outside of the city. And it stands out for housing the only Aliexpress store in Barcelona (the Asian competitor of Amazon). 

Gran Via-2 is a huge indoor shopping mall with 200 stores. Very popular among locals because it’s located conveniently next to an Ikea store. There’s several bus lines that take you there from the city center (L95, h26, h22…) but the closest subway station from the city center is the L1, 15 minutes walk. The other stations nearby connect with the FC Barcelona Stadium and the Hill of Montjuic, but not with the city center.

AND FINALLY! Are there any outlet shopping malls in Barcelona?

Outlet Barcelona shopping malls

Yes! There are two of them! Although they are not exactly IN Barcelona but OUTSIDE Barcelona. In the city you can find outlet stores. The newest one is the Viladecans The Style Outlets. You can take the Rodalies R2 line from Passeig de Gracia and stop in Viladecans (25 minute ride), very close to the mall.


The other outlet mall in Barcelona is La Roca Village, 40 minutes ride North of Barcelona. Before the pandemic they had a shuttle running from the Barcelona city center, but unfortunately it’s not available right now.

So besides renting a car and driving there, or booking a private driver, your only option is public transportation. And you’ll hate to hear that it’ll take you more than twice longer, combining Rodalies train and a local bus… But if you are in for a more boutiquey experience than the Viladecans mall, it is worth the adventure.

What are your favorite Barcelona shopping malls?

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Barcelona Shopping Centers – GoSpainToday

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Not only a huge selection of companies, brands and fashionable goods attracts tourists and especially tourists to the city, but also the famous sales and discounts.

There is no point in denying yourself the pleasure of walking through the shopping centers of the city, because this is Barcelona – the Spanish capital of shopping!

Barcelona Arenas (Arenas de Barcelona)

In 2011, the mall was housed in a renovated building that used to host bullfights. Here you can not only buy fashionable things, but also go up to the sixth floor of the building and admire the view of the city from the observation deck. There are also several restaurants where you can dine after shopping.

Address: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes núm. 373-385
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-22:00 (June-September). 09:00-21:00 (October-May).


Known since the 1980s, the center has changed dramatically in 2007 under the direction of designer Octavio Mestre. World-famous brands are housed on four floors of the mall.
In winter, the main Pedralbes area turns into a skating rink, where anyone who wants to make a purchase here can go. In addition, the building hosts art exhibitions, children’s parties and fashion shows.

Address: Avinguda Diagonal, 609-615
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-21:00

Bulevard Rosa

0 deservedly considered one of the most popular. There are about a hundred luxury boutiques with branded clothing, shoes and jewelry.

Address: Passeig de Gràcia, 55-57
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10:30-21:00

El Corte Inglés

One of the most important chain stores in Europe. Corte Inglés is impossible not to notice, because it is located on Plaza Catalunya – in the very center of Barcelona.
At the top of the building, on the 9th floor, you can visit the cafe and see the city from above.


Les Glories

You will find more than two hundred stores of famous brands in this shopping complex! And also – a cinema with several halls, bars and restaurants, which are located on open terraces.

Address: Avenida Diagonal, 208
Opening hours: Monday-Snubbot 10: 30-21: 00

Moremargnumus (The Centre Comercial MaremàGnumis)

The only shopping center, operating on Sunday. It is located in the bay on an artificial island and was built in the American style. In addition to shops, you can visit a cinema, a disco, bars and restaurants, as well as play mini-golf on the roof of the building.

Address: Moll d’Espanya, 5
Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 10:00-21:00

Diagonal Mar

The most modern center, divided into levels and consisting of more than 250 stores. On different floors you will find here – household appliances, fashion and design goods, and on the top floor you can visit one of the restaurants.

Address: Avinguda Diagonal, 3
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00-21:00

L’Illa Diagonal

An impressive complex dating back to the 1990s. There are more than 150 shops and boutiques of famous world brands. There is a Disney grocery supermarket, cafes and restaurants, as well as a children’s entertainment center.
Art exhibitions are held on the territory of the center.

Address: Av. Diagonal 557
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30-21:00

La Maquinista

One of the largest and newest shopping centers in Catalonia. More than 200 boutiques are located on its three levels. There is also a Carrefour Hypermarket, a cinema and a bowling alley.

Address: Carrer de Potosí, 2
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00-21:00


Maremagnum shopping center next to Barcelona Port Vell

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If you have been to Barcelona before, then most likely you have seen the characteristic Maremagnum building. It stands in the water at the end of an undulating wooden pier. The mirrored walls and arched roof reflect the surrounding water, giving it a shimmery blue glow.

Artistic mirror entrance to the Maremagnum centre.

Along the edges of the building you will see people lounging on the wooden boardwalk, basking in the sun and watching the boats come in and out of the port area.

On this page you will find everything you need to know about the Maremagnum shopping and entertainment center. There is information about which stores are located here, detailed information about the cinema, a list of restaurants, opening hours, contact information and a map of the area.

Port Vell Marina
Picturesque Port Vell next to the shopping center.

Shops in Maremagnum

The Maremagnum Center offers three floors of shops. Here you can find them by category: clothes, shoes, jewelry, food, household goods, electronics, cosmetics and toys.

Clothing stores

First floor

Desigual: A popular chain store that sells distinctive, colorful and personalized clothing for women.

Lefties: affordable fashion for men and women.

Maxon: Wide range of gentle men’s fashion, including suits and casual streetwear.

Victoria’s Secret: A popular retailer for lingerie, sleepwear, sportswear, accessories and beauty products.

First floor

Antoni Morato: Italian clothing store that sells contemporary streetwear for men.

Aw Lab: Urban and sporty clothing and footwear.

Bershka: Teen and young adult women’s fashion store selling the latest trends.

Decimas: Store selling sportswear, accessories and sporting goods.

Inside: Fashionable clothing, accessories and footwear for men and women.

Jack & Jones: Men’s fashion store for men aged 18 to 35.

Lacoste: is a well-known international sportswear and fashion brand for men and women.

Pull and carry : Popular Spanish fashion store for men and women in their teens and twenties.

One of the many clothing stores in the mall.

Mango: International chain of women’s fashion stores for women of all ages.

Senlima: Modern clothes, shoes and accessories for men and women.

Stradivari: Stylish urban clothing, shoes and accessories for women.

Shoe stores

First floor

Curator: Fashion shoe store for men and women.

Jewelry and accessories

First floor

Calcedonia: Shop specializing in socks, tights and swimwear.

Claire’s Accessories: Jewelry, cosmetics and sunglasses shop for teenage girls.

Pandora: Inexpensive and unique jewelry for women.

Sunglass Hut: Shop selling branded sunglasses with the latest designs.

First floor

Joya & Diseno: A well-known jewelry store in Spain selling high quality jewelry and accessories.


First floor

The Barcelona Feel: Shop selling unique gifts and souvenirs from Barcelona.

Grocery stores

First floor

Don Bretzel: A small stand selling freshly baked pretzels in a variety of flavors to choose from.

Subway: A snack bar selling freshly made sandwiches.

Belros: A candy store selling a variety of popcorn, candies, ham and snacks.

First floor

Dunkin: Shop selling a variety of delicious donuts and coffee.


First floor

CasaMóvil: Mobile phone shop offering mobile phone repairs and accessories.

First floor

Steam: Stand selling clothes steam irons.

Toy shops

Juguettos: Toy shop selling toys of various brands for children from 0 to 12 years old.


First floor

Kiko: Shop specializing in cosmetics.

Primor: Another cosmetics shop in Maremagnum selling perfumes, cosmetics and health and beauty products.

First floor

Druni: Cosmetics shop selling perfumes, cosmetics, health and beauty products.

A wide range of branded cosmetics.

Places to eat


First floor

El Racó: Mediterranean restaurant serving delicious pizza and pasta dishes.

Fresc Co: The buffet restaurant offers a salad bar and other hot and cold dishes. They also offer takeaway service.

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:00 noon – 22:00

Ginos: Italian-Mediterranean restaurant selling pastas and salads.

Opening hours:
Monday – Thursday: 12:30 – 23:30
Friday – Saturday: 12:30 – 00:00 midnight
Sunday: 12:30 – 23:30

Outdoor dining overlooking the sea at Tapa Tapa Restaurant.

Tapa Tapa: Restaurant specializing in tapas and montaditos (mini sandwiches). They have a great selection of seafood and they also offer paellas.

Opening hours:

Sunday – Thursday: 12:00 noon – 21:00
Friday – Saturday: 12:00 noon – 23:00

Good Burger: Spanish hamburger restaurant serving burgers made with Spanish ingredients.

First floor

Chipiron: Restaurant with a delightful tapas bar and cocktail bar.

Second floor

Alrush: A restaurant serving fragrant Lebanese and Arabic cuisine.

Mirandoalmar: Restaurant serving traditional Catalan cuisine.

Fast food establishments

First floor

Kurz & Gut: German restaurant and bar serving hot dogs and hamburgers.

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 10:00 – 23:40

Mc Donalds: Well-known international chain offering burgers, salads and other food offerings.

Opening hours:
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 – 22:00
Friday – Sunday: 10:00 – 23:00

Pans & Co: Popular Spanish national chain of stores selling hot and cold sandwiches, chips and drinks.

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 09:30 – 22:00


First floor

Lavazza: Cafe selling coffee, ice cream and homemade food.

Starbucks Coffee: Coffee shop serving cappuccino, tea, cakes and pastries.

Ice cream shops

First floor

La Jijonenca: Ice cream shop serving ice cream with traditional flavors.

How to get to the center of Maremagnum

Metro: Drassanes (Green Line, L3) 10 minutes walk.
Metro: Barceloneta (Yellow Line, L4) 15 minutes walk.

Tourist bus stop Hop on hop off

The nearest stop to the center of Maremagnum is “Passeig de Colom” with “hop on hop off” sightseeing bus

Public bus

Maremagnum: V17
Passeig Colom / Via Laietana: 520, V120, D

Automotive parking

Car parking near the shopping center Maremagnum

Tel: +34 93 012 9139
Fax: +34 93 225 8096
Web: Maremagnum

official website

Minibus transfer with shared shuttle from/to Cruise Port

Location map of Maremagnum in Barcelona

Subway Drassanes

Metro Liceu

Metro Barceloneta

Metro Barceloneta

Maremagnum Barcelona

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