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Mercat del Art de la Placa de Sant Josep Oriol

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Placa de Sant Josep Oriol, Barcelona Spain
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Astrid O wrote a review Nov 2019
Maplewood, New Jersey372 contributions59 helpful votes
Nice little art market nestled in a beautiful square in Gothic quarter. Artists are friendly, vibe is very chill. On weekends and holidays. Nice little gourmet market with honey, cheeses, cured meats and chocolates nearby
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Date of experience: November 2019
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dlhsandiego wrote a review Mar 2019
San Diego, California68 contributions18 helpful votes
visited this a couple of days ago. It is an amazing but small set up with various local artists. The artists are very friendly and eager to talk about their work. I bought a beautiful piece to remember my Barcelona trip! There was also a festival going on that same day with giant figures dancing, musicians playing and acrobats. The Cathedral is open so you can go inside and be amazed.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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SamWeston31 wrote a review Mar 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom105 contributions75 helpful votes
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Booked a fabulous culinary course. Met by Alex the chef who took us to this fantastic indoor market to buy ingredients so he could teach us how to cook paella. The market is fascinating. Alex was very passionate about it and told you lots of interesting information. We all walked back to his restaurant where he served us sangria and then taught us how to make the paella. Everyone got involved in the preparation and the cooking and then we ate what we had prepared. Fantastic day out. Very good if you are a foodie.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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490888 wrote a review Mar 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom19 contributions10 helpful votes
A great experience, explosions of colour, sounds, smells...this place has it all, your senses are fully engaged. You can eat/drink at many of the stalls not dissimilar to st Miguel market in Madrid (if you’ve been there), only this is larger and more of an actual market. Fruit, veg, meats, fish, chocolates, snacks, drinks, you can get anything you need whether it’s to consume there/then or to take away and prepare at ‘home’ you’ll be fully accommodated. We ate at the seafood stall just outside Starbucks and it was an incredible platter.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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weisbrew1 wrote a review Feb 2019
Towanda, Pennsylvania196 contributions84 helpful votes
This is the touristy market located near Las Ramblas. It is more expensive than the more local market that is not very far from here. There are loads of food shops including tapas, fresh fruits and vegetables, chocolate coated strawberries, jamon (ham), deep fried items, and more. It is quite crowded and a good place for pickpockets so be careful where you place your belongings. Have fun trying different foods!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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