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Barcelona markets: a foodie’s guide

Barcelona is a paradise for foodies and Barcelona markets are a must stop for any interested in the culinary vibe in the city. Local markets in the city are the place where locals go to get their groceries on a weekly basis, it is part of the routine for those living in Barcelona and a total discovery for those visiting the city.Santa Caterina marketThe San…

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Sant Antoni Market

Sant Antoni market is the heart of Sant Antoni area in Eixample district, it is a lively market with stalls outside that sell all kinds of products, from shoes, clothes, homewares, cleaning products or food such as fruit, vegetables or meat.But on Sundays, the whole scene changes with the second-hand book and stamps sell for collectors, it is a must visit f…

Santa Caterina market
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Santa Caterina market

Santa Caterina market is a food market in the Ribera neighbourhood, you can't ignore that market as it will catch your eye with its undulating roof bright colours. The design of the market is unique, if you are either into architecture or food, or both this is a must stop.The refurbishment of Barcelona's first covered food market was done by Enric Miralles …

Eat street market in Barcelona
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Eat street market in Barcelona

In 2014 there was he boom of food truck festivals in Barcelona and Eat street is one of them. Eat Street is a gastronomic initiative that is not directly related to food trucks but to street food in particular regardless of what is your vehicle or stand to cook your gastronomic offer in the festival. What I like the most about eat street is that their fi…

Street food festivals in Catalonia
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Street food festivals in Catalonia

Street food is ready to eat food sold in the street or a public place, normally from a food booth, food truck or food card. Street food festivals have become very common in Catalonia, they are in every cool event. According to the Food and Agriculture organization 2.5 billion people eat food street every day, in Catalonia I think they were born to stay. The…

Eat tapas in a local market in Barcelona: Mercat del Ninot
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Eat tapas in a local market in Barcelona: Mercat del N…

Is there anything more local that eating in a market in Barcelona? In a city like Barcelona it is easy to get distracted with Gaudí monuments, museums, parcs and many activities to do but the true essence of a place is the culture and the traditions. For me the food, is the best way to go through the culture and a local market surrounded by locals and eat…

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La Boqueria market in Barcelona: a must visit!

Sant Josep de la Boqueria is the most famous market in Barcelona, located in Ciutadella district, in the city center. The market started as a mobile stall market in Las Ramblas in Barcelona. It was the perfect place to sell, near the fortress entrance called Pla de la Boqueria, where farmers and peasants brought their products to be sold. Since 1217 it is d…