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Enjoy the markets in Barcelona

Sant Josep Market (La Boquería)

The Boqueria market was opened in 1840 after four years of work on the land occupied until then by the Convent of Sant Josep. Its history goes back much further than that however, as it was in this exact space on the Ramblas that peddlers sold meat in the 13th century.

Over time, the market was transformed into a modern market. Gas lighting was incorporated, and in 1914 the metal roof was completed which, as well as protecting the food, the sellers and the buyers, also gave the market character.

The Boqueria market is a true living, historical and architectural space of unquestionable value. Over the years it has become a must-visit for shoppers and tourists alike, because of the structure of the market itself and the wide variety of products it offers.

  • Address: La Rambla, 89 bis
  • Buses: 59, 120, V13
  • Metro: Liceu (L3)
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St Antoni Market

The construction of St. Antoni Market began in 1879 and it was inaugurated in 1882. It was designed by architect Antoni Rovira i Trias and is a good example of the iron architecture common in the late 19th century. Above the main doorway is the date of construction and the Barcelona coat of arms, crowned by a bat.

It is the oldest market in the city.

The market is divided into different sections: clothing; fresh products including fruit, vegetables, meat, and fish; and the flea market, which is only held on Sundays and where you can find books, magazines, films, games, stamps and a whole host of other second-hand items and bargains.

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  • Address: the market is situated between the streets of Ronda Sant Antoni, Tamarit, Comte Urgell, and Manso.
  • Buses: 13, 21, 55, 91, 120, 121, D50, H14, H16, V9, V11
  • Metro: Sant Antoni (L2)

Mercat dels Encants

Officially known as the Bellcaire Fair, this is one of the oldest markets in Europe, its origins dating back to the 14th century. Popularly known as ‘els Encants Vells’, it is an outdoor flea market where you can find all sorts of items, both new and second-hand.

The market occupies over 15,000 square metres and is visited by more than 100,000 people each week.

  • Address: Avinguda Meridiana, 69
  • Buses: 7, 62, H12, H14, V23, V25
  • Metro: Glòries (L1) or Monumental (L2)
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Barcelona, March 24th 2020

It is time to take care of each other!

Following the instructions of the Central Government, we communicate that all HCC Hotels will remain closed until the state of alarm ends. The safety of our employees and customers is and has always been our highest priority.

However, we continue to work from home, so we are available by phone (+34) 934817350 or e-mail hcc@hcchotels.es for any questions you have about your reservations.

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Precautionary measures:

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  • - the cleaning service has been strengthened so that during your stay the maintenance of the hotel intensifies the use of disinfectants.
  • - antibacterial soaps have been placed at all customer and staff access locations.

In any case, we recall the convenience of caution and respect the general prevention guidelines recommended by health authorities to prevent the spread such as frequent hand washing.

We want to give a message of calm and confidence that applying hygiene protocols are needed to minimize the risk of contracting this virus.