Walking through the small square of Boqueria where St. Paul Street, Boqueria Street and La Rambla meet, you must pay attention to the colorful mosaics at your feet, which is the work of modernist master Juan Miro
Boqueria Square is just a very small place. Strictly speaking, it is not a square at all. The more distinctive feature is the circular pattern on the ground made of small tiles, but this alone is really not very special.
La Boqueria Market is located in the center of Barcelona. It's easy to find. The market is very lively. There are all kinds of Spanish-style delicious food and drink, dazzling! The oysters are so sticky that they can’t move their legs... there are freshly squeezed juices and raw ham.
At the Boqueria market on La Rambla, pick Iberico ham and eat Spanish vegetarian risotto. The shop used a lot of risotto pots to decorate the shop, so he asked the owner, he said this is handmade and very expensive, the smallest is 50 euros/piece, and he dragged on "not for sale" [流汗]
It's on the Rambla, you won't miss it. It was crowded, but it seemed that it was mainly tourists. There are candies, fruits, various spices, and even seafood stalls (but we went to the stall in the afternoon and only smelled the smell of the sea). Put on comfortable shoes and go shopping!