Author: Miquel González

Where to shop

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Lets go shopping!

L’Hospitalet de Llobregat has a wide range of local shops. They are one of the economic engines rooted in the territory, which promote social cohesion and coexistence.

They are located around the seven commercial axes, spaces where there is a greater concentration of shops to buy, walk around and buy something to eat.

The city has eight municipal markets distributed in the six districts of L’Hospitalet. The commercial offer includes quality fresh produce, along with outdoor stalls for clothes and accessories.

This is complemented by three street markets on a weekly basis, which offer an alternative where you can find clothing, household and other products at affordable prices.

L’Hospitalet completes its offer with three shopping centres that coexist with the urban trade model offered by the city.

Shopping areas

Bellvitge shopping area

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Bellvitge shopping area: backbone in the heart of the Bellvitge district and around its two municipal markets.

Bellvitge Traders and Small Business Association.

Central and Sant Josep shopping area

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Central and Sant Josep shopping area: space that articulates around the municipal market and the historic centre of the city. It is currently expanding into the adjacent neighbourhood of San Jose.

Central and Sant Josep Shopping Group

Collblanc and La Torrassa shopping area

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Collblanc and La Torrassa shopping area: structured around the municipal market. Nice area to walk and shop.

Collblanc – Torrassa Traders Association

Commercial zone Santa Eulàlia

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Commercial zone Santa Eulàlia is articulated around its municipal Market and the adjacent streets.

Group Association of Traders of Santa Eulàlia

L’Hospitalet shopping area

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L’Hospitalet shopping area: forms and brings together the rest of the city.

Union of Shopkeepers

La Florida and Les Planes shopping area

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La Florida and Les Planes shopping area: a triangle made up of the main avenues of the neighbourhood. Great concentration of businesses and services.

La Florida – Les Planes Traders and Small Business Association

Pubilla Cases and Can Serra shopping area

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Pubilla Cases and Can Serra shopping area: concentrated on the main streets of the neighbourhood. It converges with the neighbourhood of Can Serra, where its main commercial area includes its avenue and around the market.

Pubilla Cases and Can Serra Traders Association

Markets

Bellvitge Market

RB Marina 0220

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This is the oldest municipal market in Bellvitge, and has maintained all the friendliness of a neighbourhood market. The best day to visit is Friday, which is when it is at its liveliest. On Friday mornings, it coincides with the Bellvitge street market: a festival of popular flavour and colour that takes place around the municipal market and offers different products.
 

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Collblanc Market

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One of the most beautiful, traditional markets in the city. It was built in 1932 and has maintained the typical old market structure, with the fishmonger stalls in the middle in a perfect circular formation, one next to the other. Its extensive offer in fresh products is completed with outdoor stalls for clothes and accessories.

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Merca-2 Bellvitge Market

RB Marina 0151

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This is the newest market in Bellvitge, having opened in 1989. It is mainly dedicated to food sales, with 52 stalls, but also has a shopping gallery consisting of eight premises for non-food products, cafés and cakes.
 

Merca-2 Can Serra Market

C. Pere Pelegrí 0069

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Having been built thanks to local residents’ relentless efforts in 1985, this market is now an iconic facility in the neighbourhood of Can Serra. In 2013, it was restructured and therefore gained more modern, accessible facilities with new flooring and lighting. It has two self-services shops (Dia and Clarel).

 

Mercat de La Florida

C. Sevilla 2

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This market, opened in 2016, is one of the most modern in L’Hospitalet. On the ground floor, there is a supermarket. The market stalls are on the first floor, with ramp access and a lift. It is home to 35 food stalls and 90 clothing and accessories stalls.

 

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Mercat del Centre

C. Rossend Arús 0006 B

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This is the oldest and probably the most beautiful market in the city. Any visit to El Centre Market must include a leisurely stroll around the shopping streets surrounding it, which are full of quality products and characterised by a relaxed atmosphere that makes you forget for a moment that you are in the heart of Catalonia’s second city.

 

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Mercat del Torrent Gornal

AV Torrent Gornal 0019

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This is the neighbourhood market in La Torrassa. It is a large, functional market with 132 indoor food stalls and 126 outdoor stalls. Next to it, on Sundays, you will find the lively Els Ocellets market, where you can buy plants, clothing, footwear, and much more.
 

 

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Santa Eulàlia Market

C. Pareto 28

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This was the third market opened in L’Hospitalet, after El Centre Market and Collblanc Market. A series of renovations have respected its Greek cross shape and its traditional market style while adding modern facilities and extra spaces.It has 77 food stalls, 60 outdoor stalls and 17 shops.

 

Weekly markets

Author: Paco Largo

Encants - Mercat Bellvitge

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Bellvitge’s street market, which takes place every Friday from 8 am to 3 pm, is home to 544 stalls. It is located next to Bellvitge Municipal Market, on Rambla de La Marina, and is easily accessed by metro and bus.
Opening hours
Every Friday morning, except the first 2 in September (coinciding with the Bellvitge neighbourhood festival)

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Encants - Mercat Collblanc

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*STREET MARKET - COLLBLANC MARKET
The Collblanc book market takes place around Collblanc Municipal Market. It is made up of 8 stalls selling books, comics, magazines, videos, games, stamps and coins for collectors, and other similar items, both new and used.

Observations
Book market (in front of Collblanc market)
Opening hours
Saturdays

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Encants - Mercat dels Ocellets

AV Torrent Gornal 0019

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The Els Ocellets Market takes place every Sunday from 8 am to 3 pm, next to El Torrent Gornal Municipal Market. Its 68 stalls complement the Municipal Market, selling footwear, accessories, plants and flowers, bird supplies, and herbal remedies.

Observations
Pl. dels Ocellets
Opening hours
Sundays

Shopping centres

Gran Via 2 shopping centre

AV Granvia de l'Hospitalet 0075

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At Gran Via 2, you will find more than 170 shops with all the biggest brands, 25 food and drink outlets, a bowling alley and a cinema with 4DX and ScreenX technology. All with 3 hours of free parking, or all day on Sundays. 

IKEA Gran Via Hospitalet

AV Granvia de l'Hospitalet 115

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Shop for furniture, decoration, appliances and household items. It offers functional designs at affordable prices with an area of 31,500 m2. It has its own car park and is well connected by public transport.

La Farga shopping centre

AV Josep Tarradellas i Joan 0145

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Your shopping centre, in the heart of L’Hospitalet, for you and your family. 20,000 m2 of shopping and leisure space with brands like Lefties, Juguettos, Druni, Pimkie, Santa Gloria, Caprabo, Bosanova and Game, as well as a McFit gym and 7 Cinesa Luxe cinema screens. Car park available.

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