Aside from being one of the best places to view Catalan Modernist architecture, this is also the city's elegant shopping area par excellence. Foreign brands such as Ermenegildo Zegna, MaxMara, Escada and Armand Bassi stand beside Spanish labels such as Purificación García, Camper and Loewe. The exclusivity of Vogue, Bally and Yanko are offset by more accessible shops like Mango, Globe, Benetton and Laura Ashley. This street also boasts the Bulevard dels Antiquaris (for antiques), many restaurants and outdoor cafés, bookshops and jewelers, as well as boundless energy and style. At number 55, Boulevard Rosa also offers more than 50 small, elegant shops under one roof.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Barcelona-Passeig de Gracia