The market itself is nice with all the fruits presentation and products but the prices are expensive. The place is full of people and odors so you don't enjoy what you are eating.
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Lots of great food stalls to look around, from meat and seafood, through to spices, fresh fruit/veg and other things too. The fruit juices or fruit cups are really nice to eat as you wander around but there are also stalls where you can buy...More
Keep your wallet and camera close; this looks like prime hunting grounds for pickpockets. I didn't spot any bargains among the various offerings, but the place is big and sprawling and worth a walk through. Too many tourists.
I didn't need anything, just wanted to see how a spanish market was. I didn't get disappointed! All that flavours and people in action were amazing. I also bought a fresh fruit juice, good enough. Restaurants in there are a little too expensive
Just off the Rambla this market is usually crowded with tourists and a few locals but the colour and atmosphere is worth the crush of the hoards. An amazing array of food on offer as well as a couple of tapas bars if you can...More
La Boqueria market once was one of the most beautiful covered markets I've ever visited. A victim of its own success, it is now choking under the onslaught of its visiting crowds, and is fast becoming a tourist junk bazar. Instead of its former beautiful...More
While this place was very crowded and a bit of a tourist trap, the food and drinks are worth squeezing your way through the market. It has great food and all the juice combinations you can imagine!
If you can't find it here, It probably doesn't exist! This place is chalk full of everything you could imagine in fresh produce and food. every turn has very visual displays. Very colorful. Crowded but worth navigating the crowd, Great Photo Op's