Are you a real lover of fresh produce? Then read on, because we have a finger-licking tour for you.
We’re all attracted to the atmosphere of a good market: looking at the produce, listening to the traders, the constant movement, the art of bargaining, the unique items, the smell of fresh food and all the rest. Fortunately, Barcelona is a city that offers a very broad market culture, and its markets are completely open to all to visit.
On their stalls you will find products to delight both beginners and connoisseurs and, at the end of your route through the markets of Barcelona, you will agree with us that the work of market traders is an art. Thanks to the guide who will accompany you on this adventure, you will not miss a single detail. Are you up for it?
Available languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, Chinese, Russian, Arabic
Most tourists who come to Barcelona know the city for its emblematic buildings, art, culture, parties and fine weather. What many of them do not know is that one of the most significant features of Barcelona is its network of public markets.
With more than 50 fixed markets and a wide variety of special ones, Barcelona is a leader in fresh produce in this part of Europe. On this route, your expert local guide will explain the characteristics of these commercial spaces and discover their history and most interesting curiosities.
The final price will depend on the number of participants in the group. The guides who lead our tours are accredited professionals with the necessary training to answer any questions you may have for them on the tour.
*Dollar prices are approximate depending on fluctuation
Adults Low Season (from October 1st to April 30th)
|People||Total Price||(Price x person)|
|1 person||199€/213$||199€/213$ person|
|2 people||178€/190$||89€/95$ person|
|3 people||267€/295$||89€/95$ person|
|4 people or more||–||70€/75$ person|
Adults High Season (from May 1st to September 30th)
|Persones||Total Price||(Price x person)|
|4 people or more||–||90€/96$ person|
Children (up to 11 years old)
This tour will start at the Arc de Triomf, where the guide will give you the first information before you enter the world of Barcelona’s markets. You will then start your walking tour, on which you will make several stops to contemplate the fresh produce on the market stalls, as your guide explains the juiciest curiosities about each place.
These are some of the most emblematic markets in Barcelona, which you will visit on your tour:
- Shops on the streets of El Born
- Santa Caterina market
- Boqueria market
- Sant Antoni market
The tour schedules are carried out in two time slots:
- Morning: 10.30 a.m.
- Afternoon: 4.30 p.m.
Cancellation of this tour is free of charge,provided you do it up to 48 hours before it starts. If you cancel less than 48 hours before the tour or do not show up, you will not be refunded.
We have guides who can give tours in English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, Chinese, Russian and Arabic.
What does the tour include?
The price of the tour includes a 2-hour tour of Barcelona’s markets, guided by a local expert.
The tour lasts 2 hours.
How late can I book?
You can book your welcome tour to Barcelona up to 24 hours before it begins. We recommend you book a little further in advance to make sure we have guides available to accompany you on this experience.
This tour is accessible for people with reduced mobility. However, we recommend that you notify us when you make your reservation so that we can be 100% sure that the tour is fully accessible.
The tour is NOT suitable for pets.
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The meeting point is just under the Arc de Triomf.
How to find us?
You can find us just under the Arc de Triomf. To get there, get off at Arc de Triomf metro station (on the L1 line), go out onto the street and walk for about 2 minutes.
The guide will have already contacted you with more details if necessary. We will provide them with your phone number and name, so that they can contact you in the event you cannot find each other.
One of the attractions of Barcelona is its traditional cooking. You haven’t been to Catalonia if you haven’t tasted its food. In order to make these wonderful recipes, restaurants need the highest-quality products, which brings us to the markets, the place of origin of every culinary experience.
You will not have to tip the guide, as the price you will pay for the tour already includes their work.