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Barcelona markets - Fresh products and gastronomic whims

Gastronomía Gastronomy 17/01/2024

Attention food lovers and shopaholics! Ready to delight your senses with a feast of fresh, top-quality delights? The answer to your gastronomic adventure in Barcelona begins by visiting one of the most emblematic markets in Barcelona.

From the most authentic shopping experience to the best taste test, these markets are a must-visit for any true Barcelonan or traveler. We present the most important ones; but we also invite you to do your own research.


La Rambla, 91, Ciutat Vella, 08001 Barcelona

The San José Market, popularly known as La Boquería, is a municipal market located on the Rambla in Barcelona. In addition to being a place where you can buy all kinds of fresh products, it is also a tourist attraction.

In the heart of Barcelona, ​​every day more than 200 merchants raise their blinds ready to offer the best of local and world cuisine.


Carrer del Comte d'Urgell, 1, L'Eixample, 08011 Barcelona

The Mercat de Sant Antoni is one of the most important markets in the city of Barcelona. It is the only market that has commercial offers 7 days a week. The building, dating from 1882 with a steel structure, and its surroundings host the three markets that are its own: fresh food, charms and the Sunday book market.


Pl. del Poeta Boscà, 1, 2, Ciutat Vella, 08003 Barcelona

Busy tapas bars and lively fish and meat stalls in an iconic 19th-century structure. An eminently maritime market, it came into operation in 1887 and was completely remodeled between 2005 and 2007. The modernization project, the work of architect Josep *Miàs, won the 2007 City of Barcelona award.


de Francesc Cambó, 16, Ciutat Vella, 08003 Barcelona

Located in the middle of Ciutat Vella, in the neighborhood of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera, the Santa Caterina Market has been an exceptional witness to the history of Barcelona. In fact, this was the city's first covered market.

The central warehouse of the market has an area of ​​3,685 m2, built with classic materials such as wood and glass.

The most emblematic element is a colorful mosaic cover with Gaudinian resonances made with 325,000 pieces and which aims to reproduce the colors of the fruit and vegetable stalls that had previously existed in the city's squares.


C/ d'Aragó, 317, L'Eixample, 08009 Barcelona

The Concepción market, also known as the flower market, is a market in the Eixample of Barcelona.

It is an ideal meeting space to shop, chat, and enjoy a gastronomic and social experience in every sense. Therefore, apart from an extensive food offer, you can enjoy activities for all ages.


C/ de Mallorca, 133, L'Eixample, 08036 Barcelona

The Ninot market is an emblematic municipal market in the Noucentista style with iron architecture from the 19th century.


Passeig de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada, 8, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, 08034 Barcelona

With more than a hundred years of history, this modernist construction with three naves is still a witness to the daily life of the neighborhood. Although it was completely renovated in 1967 and again in 2007, the Sarrià Market still retains the original structure and decoration of the modernist era, but with a completely updated interior.

If you feel like shopping like a true Barcelonan, we recommend that you don't miss them. Immerse yourself in these Barcelona markets and experience the true taste of the city!