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#9 of 438 Things To Do in Barcelona
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Plaza de Cataluña, 14, Barcelona 08002, Spain
All days of the week except Sunday
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

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Barcelona is well-connected to the rest of France and Spain through a wide network of freeways and highways. A bus station located at the cities downtown named as Estación Nord provide both local and interstate bus services. You can also travel to Barcelona by airways. El Prat Airport, also known as Barcelona Airport, is located at a distance of just 12 km southwest of Barcelona's city centre. From the airport, you can take the Rodalies or aerobus express shuttle to reach the city's downtown. For those who wish to travel by train can drop down at Barcelona-Sants Station. This station receives regional trains from all around the Spain. El Corte Inglés sits right at the top of the Ramblas, in Plaza Catalunya. The nearest Metro stop is Catalunya - on exiting the station you will be right at the centre of the square. The building is hard to miss - it is modern in style and takes up a whole side of the square.

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El Corte Inglés is a posh department store with branches all over the Spain. The main branch is in Mardid. With many stores throughout Barcelona, the one in Plaza Catalunya remains the largest. It is Spain's foremost department store chain where you can find everything you'd expect from the latest fashion to latest gadgets, from Spanish CDs to food. The store's old school style may appeal to those looking for classic Spanish charm. It also has a restaurant/cafe on the top floor which has nice views and good food. Also, the basement supermarket is the best place to pick up wines and other foodstuffs to take home.

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1 El Corte Inglés review
Simuran Kodesia
Simuran Kodesia
Mar 28 2014
This is spain's answer to macy's in the US. You will find just about anything and everything here.