Santa Eulalia Review
The history of this luxury fashion superstore, which moved into its 2,000-square-meter premises designed by William Sofield in 2011, goes back to 1843. That year Domingo Taberner Prims opened the first shop, which would soon evolve into one of the city's first and foremost haute couture tailoring houses. Today it's run by the fourth generation of the founding family and features one of the best luxury brand selections in the country. It also regularly teams up with designers and design schools to present special collections or awards. When you're done browsing everything from Agent Provocateur to Vera Wang, refresh with some tea and cake at the fabulous café-terrace on the first floor, or head to the basement to see the in-house tailors at work on bespoke suits and men's shirts.