The Shopping Night Barcelona: THE big night for shopping enthusiasts
The Shopping Night Barcelona is held twice a year, in winter and summer, on the Passeig de Gràcia - a great opportunity for retail therapy in a festive atmosphere!
Av. Diagonal (summer)
Passeig de Gràcia (winter)
Winter edition: 22nd November 2018
For retail therapy in a festive environment
Twice a year, some of Barcelona’s most prestigious shopping venues stay open late into the evening for The Shopping Night Barcelona. A great opportunity for a spot of retail therapy in an unusual and surprising environment!
The Shopping Night Barcelona: winter edition
The perfect opportunity for shopping
The winter edition of the Shopping Night Barcelona is held in late November or early December each year, along the Passeig de Gràcia and the surrounding streets, which are decorated for the occasion.
- Stores remain open from 8pm – 1am and offer special reductions on their collections.
If you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping, this is the moment! The illuminations set up along the streets will help get you into the festive spirit.
- The winter edition of 2018 is celebrated on November 22nd!
Things to see and do
There are plenty of other things to see along the streets and in the shops. Some of the indoor events are invitation-only, but the outdoor activities are open to all.
Each year, the streets and stores are decorated following a specific theme – previous editions have featured Shakespeare and Alice in Wonderland!
The Shopping Night Barcelona: summer edition
In summer, Shopping Night Barcelona leaves the Passeig de Gràcia and sets up home on Avigunda Diagonal, on the stretch between Carrer Joan Güell and Carrer Entença – roughly from the María Cristina metro station to L’Illa Diagonal shopping centre. Activities are held inside the shopping centre and at the nearby Pedralbes Centre.
- See our article on shopping centres in Barcelona for more information on L’Illa and the Pedralbes Centre.
Many shops arrange special offers just for the event, and the stores, hotels and restaurants in the area play host to a range of different activities. are a range of activities.
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