Written by Beatriz Calero Today was the last day of 080 Barcelona Fashion, Catalunya´s most
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You are planning a shopping day in Barcelona? That’s great! Here are some general tips for your perfect shopping day:
The Siesta in Barcelona, where shops close their doors in the afternoon hours between 02:00 pm and 05:00 pm almost does not exist anymore in the shopping world in the second biggest city of Spain. Only a few small boutiques still makes this break. To check out when exactly your favourite shop is opened, just check out the opening hours in our shopping categories.
The designer oulets in and around Barcelona are worth a visit for everyone who likes designer brands, but is looking for bargains and all year promotions. The “La Roca Village” (Link: http://www.larocavillage.com/es/home/home) is one of the biggest designer outlets and located about 40 km outside Barcelona. It has many different designer brands and is opened 7 days per week!
The Heron City Barcelona (Link: HYPERLINK “http://www.heroncitybarcelona.com/” http://www.heroncitybarcelona.com/) covers high-street fashion brands like Mango, Zara and many more Spanish and International fashion brands. It is located in the north of the city and is very easy to reach by bus or metro.
The Viladecans – The Style Outlet (Link: http://viladecans.thestyleoutlets.es/) is the newest outlet in Barcelona, opening its doors in 2016! It covers many designer and high-street fashion brands and is located only 10 minutes out of the city center of Barcelona.
Barcelona has its summer sale from June to August and its winter sale from January to March. Some shops start their sale even earlier, beginning with discounts from 20% up to 70% at the end of the sale. Definitely worth to go, especially in the beginning of the sale, when its saver to find your favourite pieces in your size!
Have a nice shopping day!
Written by Beatriz Calero The Birkenstocks, the furry flip-flops, or the orthopaedic looking sneakers. These are just some examples of the so-called “ugly shoes´ trend”. Last in joining the list are the babouche (Moroccan style)