BARCELONA AND IT´S FOOD MARKETS
Everyone knows that Spain is a dream destination for foodies, but not everyone realizes just how varied the cuisine is from region to region. If you are thinking about planning a trip to Barcelona, here are various types of local foods to try and many of those varieties date back to hundreds or maybe thousands of years.
Starting with the famous La Boqueria and getting to the lesser known Mercat de Sant Josep or to Santa Caterina market, the city of Barcelona is full of amazing food markets that are waiting for you.
Barcelona is the perfect example of how food is part of Catalan culture. There are 39 food markets, so tourists and locals alike don’t have to go far to find fresh products.
The markets around here are all unique in their own way. You can find fruits, veggies, meat, fish, or even flowers or cooked food. Also, the food markets are opened all week (except in August), which makes them perfect to have fresh homemade recipes every time you want.
With our Barcelona food market tour, you will get to talk to the fishmongers, butchers and veggie sellers and learn about the products that are part of the daily diet in every home in Spain.