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EnglishWhere is the best street food in Barcelona

Where is the best place for street food in Barcelona

chek2fire 5 years ago
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Alin Dumitru 5 years ago
try rambla boulevard, thats where i ate the best food :)
Sosan Aljumayli 5 years ago Correct
Palo Alto Market which takes place on the first weekend of each month. This new market has pretty much dominated the scene due to its location in an old industrial warehouse surrounded by leafy gardens, but also because it combines vintage fashion and decor, upcycled furniture & the best in street food. The next edition takes place on 4th and 5th April, so head down to the Poblenou area to buy some vintage sunnies or try a gourmet burger.

The live dj sets, oyster restaurant & piano bar attract a huge crowd so get there early as the queues are long!

Details: First weekend of every month, 2€ entrance, http://www.paloaltomarket.com/
For vintage lovers, the Lost & Found Market sets up shop every few months alongside the train platforms of the Francia Station in an impressive and transcient space. Here you’ll find stalls from the existing vintage boutiques in Barcelona, selling clothes, jewellery, glasses, vinyl & home decor…and you can even get your beard shaped at the pop-up barber´s shop. In the summer months, the market takes on a whole different vibe, located at the beach, with the sea and summer tunes as its backdrop.

Details: Check their website for new dates. Free entrance. Winter months, located in Estació Francia, Summer months, located at Barceloneta beach.

http://lostfoundmarket.com/
Mercantic, based just outside of Barcelona centre, is a paradise for vintage or hand-made furniture lovers. It houses over 90 traders and its outside courtyard is lined with colourful beach-hut style shops & the cafés provide shade and time to relax. You´ll find antiques alongside vintage, upcycled and hand-made furniture throughout the market. Mercantic is popular with the locals and Europeans, and it´s a great excuse to go shopping on a Sunday when all the normal shops are closed in Barcelona.

Details: Open Tuesday to Sunday, Free Entrance. 10 minute train ride from Barcelona & 5 min walk. (Line S2 of FCG to Volpelleres).

http://www.mercantic.com/en/
If you love quality street-food with no added fuss, then Eat Street’s the market for you. Lining the streets of Glòries once every few months, the local and international set chow down on everything from Catalan croquettes to fresh ceviche under the shadow of Barcelona´s impressive Torre Agbar (Gherkin Building). The event is sponsored by Moritz beer and Marqués Riscal wine, and as a result usually goes on well into the night, when the fairy lights give the market a totally different and cool atmosphere. Next edition is planned for April 18th!

Details: Located in Gloriés, Barcelona. Takes place every few months.

http://bcnmes.com/eatstreet/
So I hope you enjoy the brilliant Markets Barcelona has to offer during your stay at any of the Praktik Hotels. x