El Corte Inglés
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El Corte Inglés information
This is now the city's only department store, with everything you’d expect, from computers to cushions, and high fashion to homewares. It's famous for its decent customer service (this isn't always the case in Spain). El Corte Inglés has other branches, including at Portal de l’Àngel 19-21 , Avinguda Diagonal 617 and Avinguda Diagonal 471-473 near Plaça de Francesc Macià.
The top floor is occupied by a so-so restaurant with fabulous city views.