English Bookshops in Barcelona


There are plenty of bookshops in Barcelona, and all the larger ones have an English language section. El Corte Inglès in Portal Del Ángel or Fnac in Plaça Catalunya and in L’Illa shopping centre all stock new books at import prices. Here are a couple of Barcelona bookshops which are specifically dedicated to books in English.

Come In English Bookshop BarcelonaNew books at the Come In Bookshop

At the Come In Bookshop you’ll find a good selection of new English books. There is a large section for English learning, which is a great resource for language students and TEFL teachers. You’ll find grammar books, audio courses and language books for all levels here, from children to advanced business students.

The Kids’ Corner include popular UK favourites for children such as the colourful Mr Men series, activity books and bilingual books. There’s a good selection of the latest bestselling paperbacks, popular literature, travel guides, reference books, poetry, economics, photography, food and drink, and much more. The Come In Bookshop also stock popular board games in English, including classic favourites Trivial Pursuit, Monopoly, and Scrabble.

Come In Bookshop:
C/ Balmes 129 bis (Nearest metro- Diagonal L3, L5)
(+34) 93 453 1204
Buy online at www.libreriainglesa.com

Hibernian English Bookshop BarcelonaSecond hand and new books at Hibernian Books

Hibernian Books in Gràcia is the only second hand bookshoop in Barcelona, and is a real treasure-trove. You’ll find a large selection of second hand books, from fiction to literature, and from travel writing to kids books.

They sometimes buy books from you too, offering a part-exchange option. Check with the shop before turning up with your books though, as this depends on how much space they have at the moment.
They also have books in other languages, especially Spanish, Catalan, French, German and Italian.

Hibernian Bookshop:
C/ Montseny 17 (Nearest metro – Fontana L3)
(+34) 932 174 796
Buy online at www.hibernian-books.com



  1. maria reinecke on

    Holà, bon dia, hello, ‘Barcelona connect’,
    I am Maria, a German writer from Berlin, and a big fan of that thrilling City Barcelona since a long time, so much so, that after many experiences there I finally wrote the Barcelona-Story ‘La Rambla’, German edition 2009; English edition 2012/13

    A piece of fine literature – not without some piquant scenes, but never ‘cheap’ – plunging into the very heart of the City: from Plaza Catalunya, Las Rambles, Barri Gotic up to the beach and open sea.

    Please, let me know how we can connect and arrange that ‘La Rambla’ gets a chance in your shop, in the cultural Catalan life; which would at least make English-speaking travellers and non-travellers even more curious and excited about Barcelona.
    (A pity, we could not find yet a Catalan translator for the story, but we’re searching for one)
    Looking forward to your response,
    excuse my poor English,
    saludos de Berlin
    Maria Reinecke

    • Francesca Hector on

      Hi Maria, congratulations on your book! Contact the bookshops directly, we’re the Barcelona Connect guide. Good luck! 🙂

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