This is a typical market and has meat and cheese vendors that our guide took us to see and taste. They are all very friendly. Walk around the outside so you can see the roof. Inside they kept remains of what they found when they...More
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This market tries to imitate its bigger and more popular market on the Ramblas. It is quiet and very clean, but lacks the authenticity of a "real" fruit and vegetables market - a bit "plastic"
This market is relatively new, but nice and not as touristic as some others. The restaurant on the corner has great food!
Agree with the other posters that this is the best local market - not crowded and truly a market rather than a tourist spot. We made several visits to pick up fresh fruit, ham, and cheeses, and we also found some reasonably priced saffron and...More
This is an excellent fresh food market, well worth finding, and it contains a number of good quality bars and eateries - well worth finding away from the crowds
the better market to visit I think. it is wonderfully varied in offerings and there are tables outside if you want to order food. clean, uncrowded (compared to Boqueria market which is a zoo). I wanted to buy spices and found the people at the...More
Love this market. My favorite are the fresh fruit juices. But you can buy just about anything else here. The displays are beautiful, and it is so alive. Good place for lunch. A must!
We have visited this market several times and have always found the selection and quality to be superior and the prices to be reasonable. It is not as touristy as others and the people are friendly. The tapas bar is a little pricey but there...More
This fresh food market was 100 metres from where I was staying. I'm an early riser (especially by Spanish standards!) and found this was a great spot to have my morning cortado and bocadillo con Jamon y questo as the market opens at 7:30am. Bar...More