Modernist market near Lonja de la Seda (Llotja de la Seda) and located in El Carmen
Pretty big as it covers over 8K square meters
Used as an open-air marketplace in 1839 but then turned into a roofed market in 1928
Contstruction lasted from 1914 until 1928
Designed by architects who trained at the School of Architecture of Barcelona
Blends Art Nouveau, Gothic and Baroque
Great spot to get a small snack and appreciate the beauty of the vivid market
Please, remember the market is actually a place for professionals to work. There are some great pictures to be taken inside this building. However, it is highly recommended to avoid intervening with their activity.
One of the streets surrounding the market is the “Avinguda de Maria Cristina”. It has some nice bars to have something to eat or drink. It is not too expensive.
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