Barcelona Markets

The markets of Barcelona offer an experience that goes beyond just shopping. They are iconic places brimming with beautiful corners that have become the meeting point for retail activities. Visiting a Barcelona market means entering a special world where you can see, hear and experience the hustle and bustle of magical places.

‘Experiencing’ the markets

The markets of Barcelona offer a wide range of products that meet all your needs, yet more than that they capture the spirit and soul of the city. Visiting them is truly a unique experience.

Here we would like to introduce three of the most emblematic markets in Barcelona: BoquerĂ­a, Santa Caterina and Barceloneta.

Barceloneta market

Which focuses on fish and seafood, is a benchmark in terms of retail, gastronomy and architecture.

Plaça Poeta Bosca, 1

Sants market

A jewel of the more functional side of Modernista architecture, opened in 1913 and designed by Pere Falqués. Its magnificent roof and frontage, decorated in ceramic and brick, are exceptional

Sant Jordi, 6

The BoquerĂ­a market
It is one of Barcelona’s required tourist stops, especially because it is located right in the heart of the Ramblas, this is probably the most iconic of all the markets in Barcelona. It dates back to the year 1217, but the first stone of the current building was laid in 1840.

Rambla, 91

Santa Caterina market

Opened in 1848 and reopened in 2004, after being redesigned by architects Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue. Boasts one of the most iconic roofs in the city, made with colourful tiles. Located near the Cathedral of Barcelona, it is mainly devoted to food, and there you can find premium-quality special products.

Av. Francesc CambĂł, 16

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