The current architecture dates from 1914, is the most emblematic market of Barcelona and the largest of Catalonia. A must for structure, location and its vendors.
The sweetest street and a living example of how were the ancient customs of the city. It's mosaics show the history of the first pedestrian-only street in 1959.
The undulating and dynamic roof of this Market reproduces colors of fruit and vegetables. Created in 1845 to supply food to the most popular sector of the district.
One of the newest and innovative dining concepts of Barcelona. A most by it's dining areas that feed your soul with new trends in cuisine. In Paseo de Gracia.
Located in the former convent of Saint Agustin. Representations of the origins of chocolate, its arrival in Europe. Medicinal and nutritional value, myth and reality.
This Tapa Market captivates and seduces only set foot inside. Built within a fourteenth century palace. 17 gastronomic stops. Wide range of innovative cuisine.
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