The Best Shops in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter

The Best Shops in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter

 

Aside from La Rambla, the Barrio Gótico is most people's first port of call when visiting Barcelona. With so many intricate winding streets and such a great deal of history it's easy to get yourself lost in this maze of tapas bars and vermuterias. However, don't miss out on a great shopping experience whilst you're there! Here is a compilation of our favorite local boutiques, wineries, home-ware and artisan stores.

 

  1. Wilde Vintage

    Opened in late 2011, this little gem in the heart of the Gótico is the second Wilde locale by Cao from Manchester and Teppei from Japan. The first one opened its doors in Raval three years prior. In addition to original, unused…

    C/ Avinyó 21, 08002 Barcelona

  2. La Talenta

    What is old and broken needn't be thrown away - they just might need a little bit of La Talenta's tenderness, care, and mending. Such is the philosophy of the lifestyle store that opened in Barcelona's gothic quarter in September…

    Carrer Códols, 23, 08002 Barcelona

  3. Ganiveteria Roca

    For more than a century, Ganiveteria Roca has been furnishing Barcelona with knives, scissors, razors and every other imaginable cutting device. Master knifemaker Ramon Roca learned his trade in Solingen and Paris, the most…

    Plaça del Pi 3, 08002 Barcelona

  4. Momo

    In the spirit of the owner’s reverence for history and tradition, this haven of tranquility can be found nestled in the heart of the old Jewish quarter within the Barri Gotic. When Kaori, the brains behind Momo (Japanese for…

    C/ Arc de St. Ramón del Call, 6, 08002 Barcelona

  5. El Ingenio

    Tucked away in the heart of the gothic quarter, just a stone’s throw from La Rambla, El Ingenio has been trading festival-related goods for the people of Catalunya since 1838. Beyond the cacophony of puppets, poi, gargantuan…

    C/ Rauric 6, 08002 Barcelona

  6. Gotham

    Gotham has been a pioneer of retro design in Spain ever since it opened in 1994, stocking the best in 20th-century design furniture and homeware. Owner Txema originally moved to Barcelona from his hometown of San Sebastián to…

    C/ Lleó 28, 08001 Barcelona

  7. Le Fortune

    Fashion designer Gabriela Pujol originally set up workshop in 2007 in the heart of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. In 2010, she decided it was time to share her work with the public, and Le Fortune was born. An island of calm on…

    C/ Avinyó 42, 08002 Barcelona

  8. Formatgeria La Seu

    Next time you get off at Jaume I metro stop, make sure you visit Formatgeria La Seu, which specializes in Spanish-only farm cheese. Run by Scottish-born Katherine McLaughlin, every single one of the 25 different cheeses stocked…

    C/ Dagueria 16, 08002 Barcelona

  9. Orolíquido

    Glistening liquid gold from all corners of Spain is on display in Orolíquido, but this gold is no precious metal. Instead, it’s extra virgin olive oil which gives this stylish store its name. Set in the remains of a 12th-century…

    C/ de la Palla 8, 08002 Barcelona

  10. El Changuito

    Formerly occupying an old carpenter's workshop in El Born, El Changuito is an antiques store that relocated to the Barri Gòtic in 2009. The current space on Passatge de la Pau (just a stone's throw from the Basília de la Merced)…

    Ptge. de la Pau 13, 08002 Barcelona