Originally a 19th-century marketplace, the iconic Mercat del Born has been through its fair share of transformations over the years – enduring umpteen rounds of restorations, neglect, and more recently, excavations that revealed ruins from Barcelona’s medieval age. The beautiful wrought iron structure is now home to a brand new cultural centre, showcasing three centuries of the city’s history. It’s a fascinating place to wander around, with ever-changing exhibitions, and you’ll be able to view the subterranean ruins free of charge.
It is known as the largest covered market in ancient Europe. The remains of that time were unearthed at the end of the last century. Now it has been opened as a ruins museum. From the ruins, it can be seen that this place was very prosperous in ancient times, and merchants gathered here. .
There is no time to pass during the day, but there is a super cool light show at night, and only on these two days. The line looks like the Spring Festival. Tourists from all over the world also flocked. I observed it and found that it was mainly Spanish, French People and koreans
There is still a place with historical value, and nothing is sold, and some of the original things have been retained and some have been renovated. I don’t seem to see anything on it when I walk around, do I want to see it at night?
You will feel that you are not picking fruits, but the fruits in the world famous paintings. It is a world masterpiece whenever you take a photo. No wonder there are so many painters here, and a place where flowers can be displayed in a vegetable market is great. .