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Mercat de la Concepcio Barcelona

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Mercat de la Concepcio Barcelona

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Carrer d'Arago, 313-317, 08007 Barcelona Spain
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VerdaguerBarcelona Metro6 min
GironaBarcelona Metro4 min
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Skip-the-Line Gaudi's Casa Vicens Admission Ticket with Audioguide
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Skip-the-Line Gaudi's Casa Vicens Admission Ticket with Audioguide

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Visit this off-the-beaten-path Antoni Gaudí home on a self-guided tour of Casa Vicens. While less visited than some of Gaudí’s other Barcelona masterpieces—such as the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell—touring this historic house provides a deeper insight into the acclaimed architect. Plus, unlike Gaudí’s more crowded attractions, you can take unobscured photos of the building's unique architecture without hoards of people getting in the way.
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AssafShani wrote a review Feb 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel100 contributions13 helpful votes
Just a real market in the city. If you're staying close by, go, now. Plenty of vegetable, fish, meat, deli stalls. Great place to buy anything you need, a couple of small bars with coffee, fresh beer and snacks. There is a supermarket in the basement so basically you can do all your food shopping including whatever you want to take home with you. Stocked up on Jamon and the likes in one of stalls, they happily recommended and packed in vacum bags to take home without worrying that it will go off or spread the smell in your bag.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Shirley K wrote a review Nov 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania57 contributions10 helpful votes
This place is several different levels and has all basic staples of food in addition to fruit, ice cream, OTC drug needs, and beautiful flowers!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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nudeood wrote a review Sep 2019
Greater Manchester, United Kingdom201 contributions41 helpful votes
Compared to the bigger markets in the city it's not as pretty, but we bought fresh bread and local wine here and the sellers were really lovely. There is a nice florist which stands out. Sadly one side of the market is dominated by a commercial supermarket, which although proved useful, the staff were very unhappy and rude.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Lowri wrote a review Sep 2019
Wales, United Kingdom19 contributions6 helpful votes
Quieter and much cheaper. A must if you are self catering as the food looked nice. We only did a passing visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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sylviam731 wrote a review Aug 2019
Lima, Peru51 contributions19 helpful votes
We went there to eat the most delicious paellas and other fish meals and good wines, the market is full of colour and animation, you have to go absolutely recommended
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Date of experience: September 2018
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