This market whose origins date back to the XIII century is a must in Barcelona. This is the biggest market of Spain, which offers the most variety in products, and which is of course the most popular among tourists. Some traders have been there three or four generations!
It is located near the Rambla, and its typical steel structure is easily recognizable.
Take time to wander at will within the aisles, and among the 300 and some merchants. Buy some fruits, and why not a little meat and bread to prepare a picnic lunch before going on a trip to Park Guell. It is a perfect alternative to tapas bars …
Address: Plaça de la Boqueria, 08001 – Barcelona
The market is open Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.