In the heart of the El Born neighbourhood in Barcelona and built on the foundations of a former 14th-century palace stands the Mercat Princesa. You'll find almost 20 gastronomic stalls featuring canapés and pickled foods, hamburgers, pizzas, drinks, a whole range of cocktails and new culinary trends, surrounded by all the charms of the building's mediaeval architecture.
With its bohemian air –in keeping with its location– Princesa is a place where special things happen: the palatial arches on which it is supported bathe the area in natural light. Its avant-garde gastronomic offering makes this a regular venue for parties, wine and beer tastings and a lot of live music. The Princesa market is open to all musical styles, from jazz and indie to flamenco and classical. To explore every inch of this market all you have to do is let yourself be guided by your senses and just choose the type of snack that appeals to you most.
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