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Markets selling non-food items

Who doesn't enjoy browsing and wandering through markets in search of that much-desired object? In Barcelona, you'll find a great choice of open-air markets, specialising in non-food items, which have everything you need: clothes, furniture, antiques, electrical goods, cosmetics, toys, books, magazines, comics, old documents, drawing materials, rocks and minerals, stamps... You're sure to find what you're looking for.

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  • Encants de Barcelona / Fira de Bellcaire

    This is one of the oldest open-air markets in Europe and its origins can be traced back to medieval times. The first records of the market date from the middle of the 14th century, when it was held by the city walls, but it has moved to different sites around the city several times since then. It has stood in Plaça de les Glòries since 2013, in new, purpose-built premises that retain the original spirit of the open-air market. The modern structure consists of different modules with sloping roofs. Their undersides are clad in layers of polished stainless steel that reflect the light and the surrounding urban landscape. An absolute must for lovers of antiques, shopping and auctions, as well as bargain hunters.

    How to get there: Metro L1-Glories | Bus H12, V23 |Tram T4/T5/T6-Glòries.

    Contact details : Carrer de Castillejos, 158, 08013, Barcelona | Web:

  • Encants de Sant Antoni

    The heirs of the stallholders who sold textiles on Avinguda Paral·lel in the late 19th century, now sell their wares in the covered area around the central core of the modern and newly refurbished Mercat de Sant Antoni. This small group of traders offers a great choice of non-food items, including clothing, shoes, jewellery, perfumes, accessories, gifts and much more.

    How to get there: Metro L2-Sant Antoni | Bus 55, 120, 121, 141, D50, H16.

    Contact details : Carrer del Comte d'Urgell, 1, 08011, Barcelona | Web:

  • Mercat de les Flors de la Rambla

    With a history spanning more than 200 years, the flower stalls on the Rambla de les Flors, between the Palau de la Virreina and the Pla de la Boqueria, fill this famous Barcelona boulevard with their colours and scents. The stalls were completely refurbished in the 1990s and are an important part of the city's landscape.

    How to get there: Metro L3-Liceu | Bus 59, V13.

    Contact details : La Rambla, 08001, Barcelona

  • Mercat Dominical de Sant Antoni

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    Every Sunday, the area around the Mercat de Sant Antoni becomes a haven for lovers of second-hand books, magazines, trading cards, postcards, films and videogames. The market is held under a series of modern canopies and is one of the biggest of its kind in the world. It attracts more than 15,000 people every Sunday.

    How to get there: Metro L2-Sant Antoni | Bus 55, 120, 141, D50, H16.

    Contact details : Carrer del Comte d'Urgell, 1, 08011, Barcelona | Web:

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