Antique Shops in Barcelona

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Antique Stores in Barcelona

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Barrio Gòtico (Barri Gòtic)
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El Born / La Ribera

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  • Falinares
    Knoxville, TN113 contributions
    Do stop here!!! The owner and staff are very knowledgeable and take the time to talk to you, help you and educate you. They are super nice and the variety alone is enough for you to spend hours. If you don’t have time to stop here, do yourself a favor and make time. Gracias Xavier!
    Written March 18, 2019
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  • ginnielizz
    London, UK6 contributions
    This has always been an incredible spot for me to visit in Barcelona! Aquiles, the proprietor, has a great eye for cool older items, and the prices are all very reasonable. Sometimes you can even find real treasures like antique Modernist architectural elements, which are a passion of mine. On my most recent trip I bought *three* different beauties - an Art Deco ring, a Nouveau/modernist photo frame, and an original marble sculpture from a Catalan sculptor I adore (Lladuró). Aquiles is the kind of dealer who is honest and fair in how he presents prices, and is knowledgeable about the history and value of his pieces. He's also great about arranging international shipping, FYI!
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • Remigius
    The Hague, The Netherlands2 contributions
    Good remote working location for digital nomads, if you need to do some focused work and/or make some Skype calls. Stable internet (300mbit), very friendly Russian guy at the counter (speaks Spanish, English, and probably of course Catalan). 15 euros per day.
    Written September 24, 2016
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  • ginnielizz
    London, UK6 contributions
    This is such an exciting store, especially for any pen/notebook/paper/writing nerd, but really it's worth popping in if you're in the area (which you will be, haha) because it's a lot of cool stuff to behold with really friendly staff!
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • kirkykid
    Glasgow, UK344 contributions
    Small but unique music shop on Las Ramblas, even my kids were entranced! Cute musical items to purchase other than the normal 'tourist tat', we left with a couple of music boxes which seem to be extremely popular. Pop in for a visit if you are nearby.
    Written November 2, 2019
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  • Manuel
    New York City, NY2 contributions
    Located in the very heart of Barcelona, 80 meters from Plaza Sant Jaume (Barcelona City Hall) This secret shop is full of surprises you cannot find anywhere else, certainly nothing you can buy on vintage online stores. They have plenty of unique mid century stuff and their prices are still deals. For those who were born or believe vintage, whether instinctive or studied, if you visit Barcelona you cannot miss this small temple while you have a pleasant walk through the true downtown. As important as the shop are their owners, Inma and Xavi are always willing to help in the quest for the hidden jewels, and they have plenty of them!
    Written September 29, 2014
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK610,798 contributions
    I found Riera Baixa Street a rather boring street to visit,if your on holiday and your into your retail therapy there are some boutique and vintage cloth shops here,they looked busy but of i have no interest at all in shopping while on holiday, that said the architecture here is quite good,some great examples of Gothic style architecture but I wouldn't go out of my way to go to this street.
    If your a keen shopper then a street that you should head to but for me I found the street a bit boring.
    Written October 19, 2018
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  • maggielovesparis
    Chicago, IL23 contributions
    Owner/designer travels to NE India. There, she has local artisans working on her creations, and discovers local gold, redesigning into her pieces. Prices reflect efforts and beauty.
    Written May 14, 2017
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