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Arenas de Barcelona
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 373 - 385. 08015 Barcelona. Spain.
Area: 32.000 m²
Arenas de Barcelona, designed by the British architect Richard Rogers in partnership with Alonso Balaguer-Arquitectos Asociados, is strategically located in the city of Barcelona, in Plaza España and at the foot of Montjuïc. Arenas de Barcelona has become an unrivalled space, not only as a shopping and cultural center, but also as a benchmark for the restoration of historic buildings.
It combines a concern for the preservation of historical heritage with an innovative and practical design, exemplifying the new society of the twenty-first century. In addition to providing a new architectural icon for the city of Barcelona, Arenas de Barcelona has become an economic driving force, boosting commerce, leisure, and culture in its sphere of influence.
It has 90 commercial premises, which include: Mercadona, Fnac, Desigual, Mango, Cines Calaña and the Metropolitan gym. It also has a 360º viewpoint, a restaurant area and the Dome space: 27 m high and with 2,560 sqm, it is the largest wooden dome in all of Europe. The space can accommodate any type of event, such as corporate, sporting and cultural events, fashion shows, showrooms, trade fairs, and exhibitions. Due to its great versatility, it can be set up in an ad hoc manner and fully customized.
All of this makes Arenas de Barcelona a convenient, comfortable, and highly urban option for shopping and leisure.
Breastfeeding and changing rooms
Parking spaces adapted for reduced mobility
Shipping and online