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Barcelona's Best Outdoor Markets

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Updated: 9 February 2017
The ever so bustling Barcelona offers plenty of options for different outdoor markets all year-round. From street food to interior design and accessories to the latest fashion trends and secondhand goods, here are the best outdoor markets in Barcelona.
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Fleadonia and El Flea

The slogan for these two flea markets organized by the same association – Flea Market Barcelona – summarizes the concept to the point: ‘One man’s garbage is another man’s gold.‘ Fleadonia takes place at Plaça Salvador Seguí every first Sunday of the month, whereas El Flea is held at Plaça Blanquerna next to the Maritime Museum every second Sunday of the month. Sustainable shopping right in the heart of Barcelona – for more information, visit Flea Market Barcelona’s homepage.

Fleadonia, Plaça de Salvador Seguí, Barcelona, Spain

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Taste All Those

Taste All Those is a new concept delivered to the citizens of Barcelona by the crew of existing street food market All Those. In a nutshell, Taste All Those is a farmer’s and a street food market promoting local, fresh, artisan produce as well as serving as a platform for some of the city’s finest young chefs to prepare street food on the spot using seasonal ingredients. The next editions of Taste All Those are taking place between the 11th and 12th of June and then again during the 17th and 18th of September. If you’re a foodie in Barcelona, this is a market you shouldn’t miss.

Taste All Those, the parking lot of the University of Barcelona (entrance via c/Balmes)

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Eat Street

Eat Street, a project initiated by BcnMés, started in 2014 to promote quality street food. Eat Street is, however, much more than street food – it serves as a platform for innovation and recreation for the dishes that are being offered to the guests, and every chef prepares something new and special for each occasion, thus, inventing a brand new culinary experience! Eat Street takes place once a month in the surroundings of an abandoned factory, Nau Bostik, that brings its own special charm to the event. To learn more about the next upcoming market, visit Eat Street on Facebook.

Eat Street, Nau Bostik, Carrer Ferran Turné, 11, Barcelona, Spain

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Courtesy of Eat Street

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Palo Alto Market

Palo Alto, an urban design and street food market in the heart of the artsy Poblenou neighborhood, takes place during the first weekend of the month. The two-day market is divided into design and concept galleries full of local designers eager to present their products, a street market for different artisan products, a food market populated by food trucks, and last but not the least, a Club Funk sponsored by Aperol Spritz, presenting Palo Alto’s live music stage. Make sure to get your ticket via Zapper App before heading to the market in order to miss the hefty queue.

Palo Alto, Carrer dels Pellaires, 30, Barcelona, Spain

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Courtesy of Palo Alto Market

Demanoenmano

De mano en mano, ‘Hand in Hand’ is a monthly secondhand and design market moving around and taking place in different culturally important locations of the city. The market is divided into two parts: a secondhand market with vintage clothing and collector goods and a design market where local artists, painters, photographers and designers sell their handmade work. Other activities, such as live music, DJs and workshops, are also not strangers to demanoenmano.

For further details about location and the next market, visit demanoenmano’s homepage.

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