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Casa Gispert, Barcelona

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Tucked away on a small side street near the church of Santa Maria del Mar you'll find Casa Gispert, a traditional shop that has been in Barcelona for over 160 years. Plan to stop into this hidden gem after a visit to nearby attractions. With over a century of history and experience, the charming site offers both high-quality goods and a wonderful atmosphere. Browse through spices, chocolates, nuts, and other goodies, then pick up something tasty to remember your trip by. Consider mapping out the shop's location before you begin your itinerary for the day, as it is easy to miss. Take a look at our Barcelona itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Casa Gispert and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Step back in time to a shop which is now in its third century Still roasting coffee in a wood fired roaster. A must see in el Born 
  • Interesting shop with pleasant atmosphere, the walls of which breathe history. Good service, friendly staff.
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  • One of those unexpected finds - a step back in time. Good quality dried fruit , nuts & oils . Delicious local specialities - such as almond paste balls wrapped in toasted pine nuts . If you love your ...  more »
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  • Ah, this is a very beautiful, traditional grocer shop. It exits "since always" and besides of home toasted nuts, almond and the like, you find oils, spicery, juices, chocolate, local products - it's a pleasure to buy here, because of the quality of the products, the beautiful place and nice attention of the staff. Prices are very reasonable and worthwhile. The owner speaks Japanese. And Catalan of course, because this is a really very traditional Catalan shop, but you will be attended with the same natural attention in Spanish or English, too. I always buy my freshly ground coffee there, dry fruit etc., and am very happy that such a classic shop still survives in our times.
  • Over a century old style that sells all kinds of nuts and dried fruits. A must see when visiting Barcelona for the first time
  • They roast their own nuts on site here. Make sure to get some!
  • Simply amazing place. Must visit for every shopper in bcn
  • Amazing! Some great smells and tastes. Visually inspiring. Get your fresh coffee beans here!