Due to this city's status as a fashion and retail hub, the majority of shops and gay shops in Barcelona are pretty well maintained and a great example of courteous customer service. Indeed, shopping in gay Barcelona is a delight.
Exclusive yet accessible
This great city features around 35,000 stores, the retail hub being the beautiful Passeig de Gràcia, full of high street stores like Zara, H&M, Mango and Uniqlo, but also exclusive outlets such as Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton.
Alternatively, the fashionable El Borne neighbourhood is home to many independent design stores, full of gift ideas and original, independent clothing options. If vintage is more your thing, the city’s best retro shops can be found around calle Tallers and second-hand paradise, calle Riera Baixa, both in the Raval district.
Barcelona gay shops
Not far from Passeig de Gràcia, you can find some of the best gay clothing shops in the Gayxample. World-famous ES Collection is designed and made right here in Barcelona, so it’s only right the iconic underwear and swimwear brand has its flagship store right here (Consell de Cent 263).
Nearby, (Consell de Cent 218) you can also find the flagship retail location for ES's Addicted line of swimwear and fetishwear. And if you like hard bodies, you won’t be disappointed by Addicted's window displays!
Barcelona fetish shops
If fetishwear such as leather and rubber is more your kink, global fetish brand Boxer has two outlets. The original Boxer Barcelona is at calle de la Diputació 167-169, and, handily, many of the sexy staff are multilingual. Across the road at calle de la Diputació 182 lies the new and shiny (and very rubbery!) Boxer Factory, full of delights for those with a kinky edge.
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