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St Josep food market is just of las Rambla and is a wonder to be seen. So many stalls over 100+ selling food from
Meat fish fruit and veg fruit juices bread sweets etc. There is also tapas bars situated in and around the market....More
What an insight into the delicacies of the Catalonia region. Every food type you could possibly imagine from Iberico ham, to fruit and vegetables to chocolates and lollies. It is simply a pleasure to wander through and see the people of Barcelona buy their daily...More
The best way to understand the ways of living of a country is going to visit their local market; not chain supermarkets! Particularly to food lover, St. Josep is an excellent place to see why Spanish cuisine is so nice!
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I could have spent 2 hours here easily but my family rushed me along! It is basically an outdoor market like many big cities have with food vendors and butchers, wine vendors, sweets, fruits and veggies and all kinds of interesting local fare. It is...More
Local artists sell saturday/sunday their products at this outdoor market.
Placa de Sant Josep Oriol is located next to Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi in Barri Gotic
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Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day
forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.