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Designed by the British architect Richard Rogers, in collaboration with Alonso Balaguer-Arquitectos Asociados, the Arenas de Barcelona Shopping Complex is located at a strategic point in the city of Barcelona, in front of Plaza de Espana and at the...more
If you come to visit Barcelona, one of the points that is worthwhile is this shopping center.
Located in what was once an old bullring, this building impresses to anyone who enters inside.
Surrounded by magnificent views over the Montjuic mountain.
We needed to get somethink to drink and eat after museum and walk. The center is well equippped with small bars and cafes as well with shops. When you need some extra for your ride home, there is a supermarket in the basement (they also...More
It used to be an Arena of Barcelona. After a restoration work, it is used as a shopping mall. The outside walls are kept as original. If you wish to have a panoramic view of the Square of Espanya and to enter the Arena from...More
Use the Espanya metro station to get here. Whatever address TA is showing is wrong. I went all the way to the area where the Clot station is, walked around towards the location that is shown on the map and there is nothing but a...More
This impressive red building caught my attention once I exit from the metro station Plaça Espanya. I understand it is now a modern shopping centre, with its original facade retained. I took photos of this beautiful architecture before heading to the magic fountain.
Good place to relax when visiting the Magic Fountain. Plenty places to eat and drink as well as shop. Views from roof are superb although I expect restaurant prices up there are a little more for that privilege . Apart fly used to be a...More
This former bullring is now home to shops restaurants and cafes as well as a cinema complex to
The viewing platform is €1 each to go the five floors up in a glass elevator. The views over the square are stunning. At the top there...More
We decided to get off the bus and have a look at this former bullring. It is now converted into a large commercial shopping area with the addition of cinemas, cafes, restaurants and an exhibition area. The conversion to practical use is a credit to...More