Will you come to Barcelona in Easter 2015? You are probably wondering how many things you can do … Let’s see some of them! We will not say what that Barcelona is one of the best cities to travel in Easter because we think Barcelona is a great city to travel at any time of the…
The Christmas festivities are already about to end and comes one of the most awaited times of the year for many buyers … The January sales Barcelona 2014!
Barcelona offers 35,000 stores all types, making shopping in Barcelona a pleasure. If you can do in addition with their own discounts the January sales is great!
Remember that any product under the “sale” tag must necessarily show the original price (before sales) and then price (price lowered).
It is also important to have in mind that all products you buy in the last days of the January sales in Barcelona 2014 have to have warranty return or exchange, so never forget to save the proof of purchase for a few days.
Also remember if you are a resident from outside the European Union are entitled to have Value Added Tax (known as IVA) refunded on purchases of more than 90€.
Where to buy in January sales Barcelona 2014?
One of the best places to enjoy the January sales Barcelona 2014 is Shopping Line. It consists of 5 kilometers pedestrian precinct with wide pavements which can satisfy the most demanding requirements. Craftsmen’s workshops, exclusive shops, franchises, shopping centres and street markets all make up the shopping offer of Barcelona. There are three main shopping areas in the city: Barcelona center, Eixample and Diagonal.
Another good option is going to big shopping centers in Barcelona: CC Glories, La Maquinista, Diagonal Mar or Gran Via 2. If you want to buy luxury clothes and accessories, visit La Roca Village, near to Barcelona.
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Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online y que me mantienen siempre hiper-conectada a Internet.
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