Although every district in Barcelona has its own market, the most popular and cosmopolitan is undoubtedly the Boquería. ... More
Although every district in Barcelona has its own market, the most popular and cosmopolitan is undoubtedly the Boquería. The city's restaurateurs make a daily visit to stock up from its wide and plentiful range of high quality fresh food. The stalls are colorful works of art and their minders tend to be talkative and friendly. Don't miss it on your way along Las Ramblas . It's also worth stopping in at one of the little bars, like Pinotxo , for breakfast or lunch.
December 13th is the feast day of Santa Llucia, patron saint of fashion designers and blind people, who gather at
the Santa Llucia chapel in the cathedral to pay their respects. Outside the cathedral you'll find market stalls selling ...
Bally a Swiss shoe shop which boasts more than one hundred years of tradition arrived in Barcelona only three years
ago and established itself in one of the most charismatic shopping streets of the city. Their shoes, apart from ...
This part of Las Ramblas, which goes from Carrer Carme to Carrer Hospital, is also known as La Rambla de
les Flors (the Rambla of flowers) because of its profusion of floral kiosks. The tradition of these little stands ...