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Mercat de la Llibertat (Markets)
Mercat de la Llibertat (Freedom market) is found in the centre of the Grácia district of Barcelona. It was built in 1888 by Miquel Pascual i Tintoret in a style of art nouveau called Modernism. It's one of the oldest markets in Barcelona and was erected 9 years before this town officially became part of Barcelona.
Renovation in 2009
This market was renovated in 2009 with the aim to widen and improve its services to cope with increased visits. The renovation maintained the wrought iron and ceramic tiling, characteristics that are so closely tied to the warm and inviting modernist style.
What can I buy at Mercat de Llibertat?
The market offers a wide variety of food products such as meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables. There is also a small part of the market for non-food sales, where you can find household products, clothing, and plants.
- Address: Plaza de la Libertad, 27
- How to get there: Ferrocarriles (FGC), Gràcia station (Lines S1, S2, S55, L6, L7) | Metro, Fontana station (L3)
- Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 08:00 – 20:30h | Saturday: 08:00 - 15:00
- Website Mercats BCN
- Accommodation: Apartments close to Mercat de la Llibertat: See list