Tina’s Entrepreneurial Journey, European Trip- 2 Day in Barcelona Fall 2019 [Video]
Barcelona plaza

Join Tina Trevino Day 4, the second day in Barcelona, Latin Biz Today partner, director community relations during her European trip for her fashion line Tocaya.

Editor’s note: This is part 4 of a  5 part  series.

Day 2 of Shopping in Barcelona

Welcome entrepreneurs!

I’m excited to wake up and have a full day of trend shopping in the historic Barri Gòtic & El Born areas of Barcelona.
Since many of these small boutiques don’t open until noon, I’ll first hit some of the more mass market stores and do some window shopping and people watching to get some good inspiration photos.
Location is always key when doing these types of trips. I always want to be situated in a city center hotel as close to the best shopping areas so that I can quickly make drop-offs as needed. It’s counter productive trying to carry so many bags of purchases and still maintain focus on looking at great trends.
After a while, my body physically cannot take it and I become exhausted well before the stores are closing. I always like to maximize store time and here in Barcelona that can be from 9PM to 10PM.

I already know that I will finish my day being totally wiped out. These walking and shopping trips can typically log in anywhere from 10 to 12 miles of walking in a day! I’ve learned that the only good shoes to wear are sneakers!
I’ve enjoyed my morning coffee on the balcony. Now it’s time to head out and see what’s trending in the warm climate of Barcelona!
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