Shopping at Barcelona Airport
Barcelona airport has 92 shops split between terminals 1 and 2, and this does not include the number of cafes and restaurants. Terminal 1 is the newest and most impressive terminal, with the majority of flights departing from this terminal, so naturally, it has the largest number of shops. There are 61 shops in total in this terminal, with terminal 2 having 31 shops.
The shopping area in terminal 1 covers over 23,000 m2, so it is the size of a large shopping centre, and most of this area is found after security. Before security, there are 14 shops, which are mostly convenience stops and tobacconists. However, you can find the electronics shops of Crystal Media Shop, Items d'Ho and Tascón fashion shops, and the Superskunk souvenir store.
Post-security is where you will find all of the well-known brands. There are the fashion shops of Adolfo Dominguez, Mango, Massimo Dutti and Zara, a Swarovski jewellery store, and the kid's favourite Tutti Frutti; a store full of sweets.
If you are looking for a newspaper or magazine to read, there are four Relay stores. Two are located in the shopping centre; with one in boarding area C and the other in boarding are D. If you have not heard of Relay, they are a store that stock all national newspapers and a large selection of foreign newspapers, including the Sun and the Guardian in English. They also have a selection of the latest book releases in English as well as stationery, photographic material, batteries and sweets.
Terminal 2 was remodelled in 2012 and it now has 9,000 m2 of retail space. In terminal 2, you will still find a good number of shops, but there is a smaller choice and a few less of the well-known brands. However, with the remodelling, you will now find the stores of Adolfo Dominguez and Mango, and three Relay stores amongst others.
In both terminals, there are Duty-Free stores, four in terminal 1 and five in terminal 2, as well as the official Barcelona FC store, called La Botiga del Barça. It is a great place to buy a football souvenir unless you support Real Madrid!
Below I have split all of the shops by terminal number, so it is easier to check what shops you will see when you reach your terminal. If you to have a look at the restaurants and the cafes, take a look at this page.
Terminal 1 Shops
All of the shops in terminal 1 are shown below with their location, opening hours and the type of shops, so you know what they sell.
Terminal 2 Shops
Below is a list of all the shops found in terminal 2. Please note that some are located in public zone and some in the passenger-only zone, so ensure you buy what you need before going through security. The pharmacy is the most obvious as there is only one store and it is located in the public zone of the terminal.