Flea/ Street Markets in El Raval

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Flea & Street Markets in El Raval

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  • Astrid O
    Maplewood, NJ371 contributions
    Nice little art market nestled in a beautiful square in Gothic quarter. Artists are friendly, vibe is very chill. On weekends and holidays. Nice little gourmet market with honey, cheeses, cured meats and chocolates nearby
    Written 1 November 2019
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom6,324 contributions
    If you are exploring the waterfront area on a Saturday or Sunday, then this market is an interesting diversion. The nice thing about it is that it’s not tourist tat. It is genuinely a collectibles/antique market, with some bric-a-brac. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea but we enjoyed having a browse and wondering at the things that people collect and keep.
    It is easy to find. You can’t really miss it. It’s right behind the Colombus monument along the waterfront. From memory, there were about 15-20 different stalls and you’ll easily spot the white awnings and bright blue stall cloths.
    I spent a while leafing through old-world advertisements and posters and we were almost tempted by some antique corkscrews and wine paraphernalia.
    Most stalls had commonly collected items such as Lladro china, jewellery, silverware, badges, ornaments, hats, coins, maps and nautical themed items.
    Items didn’t seem overly expensive, although many things were not priced which makes it difficult to know. I didn't buy anything myself so I’m not sure what sort of bargaining the stallholders might be open to (although I could hear some bargaining going on).
    If you wanted a quirky or different sort of souvenir, then you might easily find something here.
    The rest of the Port Vell area is a very attractive spot. We easily spent a few hours here one Sunday enjoying the sun and waterfront. Past the Colombus monument, there's the Las Ramblas De Mar walkway and bridge that takes you across the water to the big, modern Maremagnum shopping and restaurant centre. There's a lovely boardwalk promenade and the Maritime Museum is free after 3pm on Sundays.
    Written 20 August 2020
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK610,827 contributions
    I found Riera Baixa Street a rather boring street to visit,if your on holiday and your into your retail therapy there are some boutique and vintage cloth shops here,they looked busy but of i have no interest at all in shopping while on holiday, that said the architecture here is quite good,some great examples of Gothic style architecture but I wouldn't go out of my way to go to this street.
    If your a keen shopper then a street that you should head to but for me I found the street a bit boring.
    Written 19 October 2018
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