Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Sant Antoni is not a classical food market. But on Sundays, you have a good chance of finding all kinds of second hand goods here (from sport memorabilia to vintage clothing) and enjoying a good vermouth (the aperitif drink of choice) in one of the bars around the market. Enjoying a Catalan brunch is one of the best things you can do in the city on a Sunday.

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