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Palo Alto Market, Barcelona

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TripAdvisor
  • With nice little booths between flowers and trees and bushes. From street food till sweets to eat and nice local designer who sell their created works - nice place to hang out a morning or afternoon.  more »
  • Palo Alto market is one of the greatest things you can do at the weekend in Barcelona. It only occurs during the first weekend of each month. The atmosphere is full of innovation, entrepreneurship and...  more »
  • Clearly a lot of effort has gone into aesthetics here, so the market is certainly "cute", but an experience is so much more than that and this one fails in a few areas. The main one being the time it ...  more »
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  • Fun, outdoor food truck park, live music, and artisan products made by locals. But 4 euro to get in? And such a long line? Geez....
  • A very hip and cool food/design market with a fab atmosphere. If it's open, go there! You can easily stay a few hours and listen to the different live music, eat different dishes, shop cool and unique stuff and have a good time. Only 4 stars as you have to pay €4 entrance which is crazy and NOT good.
  • The concept of this market is nice, young creators showing their brand in an old factory area and surroundings... The idea is very nice but the 3Eur entrance fee is just not correct. It's a market, to present new brands... don't charge an entrance fee..... The place is always crowded, because of the food truck at the event, so you pay to be inside of a 'sardine can'. In my opinion the entrance fee charge had to be only for the small concerts held late afternoon or after 6pm. Before this time people want to check the young creator stores and eat something at the food trucks. For 3Eur entrance plus a food purchase is just too much for a street food event midday or mid-afternoon. There are cheaper/free options in Barcelona like All Those Market, Lostandfound, Fleamarket Raval, etc...
  • Great location if you manage to get in. The market is absolutely overrated, would not go again.
  • Many nice options for bites. Good live music. Also many ideas for presents.