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Barcelona / Barcelona Markets

Barcelona boasts 40 food markets and 6 flea markets and general markets, they are spread throughout the city's neighborhoods and offer not only shopping opportunities but the chance to meet the locals and delight your senses with sights, smells and textures.

Sant Antonio Market, Ronda Sant Pau/Carrer Comte d'Urgell, (metro: Sant Antoni)

Monday – Saturday: 7am-2:30pm & 5pm -8:30pm, Friday: 7am-8:30

This is a food market with tapas bars, small eateries and a deli counter for buying something to eat on the spot. Fresh produce includes olives, bacon, legumes, meat and fish.

Dominical de Sant Antoni

Just outside the Sant Antoni market, this is the largest book, video game, magazine and postcard market in the world. Sunday. (8am-3pm)

Mercat de Sant Josep/La Boqueria, La Rambla de Sant Joseph, (metro: Liceu)

Monday- -Saturday: 8am-8:30pm

Most famous of the Barcelona's markets here you can find every kind of food imaginable including fresh fish, candy and vegetables. The market was voted the World's Best Food Market at the Congress of the World Union of Wholesale Markets in 2006. This is the market to visit if you only have time for one.

Fira Artesana, Placa del Pi, (metro: Liceu)

1st Friday & Saturday of each month

Organic food produce market from the surrounding areas of Catalan. The market is also called the honey market as honey is one of the main products sold here.

Mercadillo de la Placa de Sant Joseph, Placa de Sant Josep Oriol, (metro: Liceu)

Saturdays & Sundays

A small group of artists sell their work as well as setting up their easels to paint on the spot.

Fira de Nautumismo, Placa Reial, (metro: Reial)

Sundays: 10am-2:30pm

This is a flea market focused on coins, stamps and odds and ends as well as a few craft and antique-type stalls.

Mercat Del Encants, Placa de les Glories Catalanes, C. Dos de Maig 186, (metro: Glories)

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 8:30am

A large flea market with both old and new items, basically anything you could want. You can find antiques, souvenirs, clothing, furniture, toys etc. At 7am there is an antique auction and at 12 noon there is an auction of all the unsold goods.

Fira de Sant Llucia, P. de la Seu (metro: Jaume 1)

1st – 24th December, 10am-8pm

At the Catalan Christmas fair you can get many traditional Christmas items like the local Cagnares figurine who crouches down to have a poo! Of course there are more traditional Christmas decorations and foods.

Mercat de la Concepcio, C Arago 311 (metro: Passeig de Gracia)

1st September – 30th June, Monday – Saturday 8am-3pm

A flower market with a selection of garden plants, bouquets and beautiful blooms, located in Eixample and built in 1888.

Other markets in the city include:

Mercat d'Hostalafrancs, Creu Coberta 93, near Montjuic. Open daily this is a large market with food, house wares, shoes, jewelry, flower and general goods market.

Mercat de Galvany, Santalo 65, in Sant Gervasi neighborhood, covers 5,504m² in an historic structure built in 1868, all manner of goods on sale, open daily.

Mercat de l'Abaceria Central, Trav. De Gracia 186, within a beautiful historic building, open daily, sells all manner of goods.

Mercat de la Llibertat, Pl. Libertat, open since 1888, open Monday to Saturday, sells fresh produce.

Mercat de les Corts, Trav. De les Corts, relatively modern fresh produce market open daily.

Mercat de Santa Caterina, Passeig de Sant Joan. The present location is relatively new and recently remodeled with the addition of an artistic undulating colorful roof.

Mercat de Sants, Sant Jordi 6, in the Sants district and dates back to 1913.

Mercat del Ninot, Mallorca 133, the building dates back to 1933 and the market is in Eixample.

Mercat del Fort Pienc, Pl. Fort Pienc 3, Eixample. A recent addition to the Barcelona market scene.

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