Among Barcelona's many attractions, one is the famous Lambra Avenue. On this pedestrian avenue, it's not only a daily table compulsory course for local residents, but also a holy place for tourists to enjoy their eyes and mouths. In all kinds of travel books about Spain, the Bolivian food market always ranks high. Among them. It has many names - "the largest, most commodities and most popular vegetable market in Europe", "the oldest and most authentic food market in Barcelona" and in the eyes of tourists "the cleanest, cleanest and most light-rich market. " The location wasn't very obvious. We didn't notice it several times until a sunny afternoon, on the west side of St. Jose Lambra Street on Lambra Avenue, next to the Governor's Lady's Palace and between the two buildings, when we found the crowds there, we talked about going in and seeing what had happened. It was only when we went in that we found the sky was beyond us. This was the famous Poguei. On the land where many great masters such as Gaudi, Picasso, Dali and Miro were born, I can't help but admire that even the food market stalls are works of art, and even the vendors are visual artists. The whole vegetable market is divided into cooked food area, fresh area, fruit, candy, and black pork. I like to see all kinds of fruits most, and all kinds of colors are interlaced and scattered, eye-catching and very pleasant. Think about how much mental and physical effort they need to put up their stalls every day. Ha ha, I think a lot. My favorite stall selling eggs is that two hens are very eye-catching, but very cute. I really want to buy some eggs back to Shanghai. The stalls selling oysters are in the middle. The wine is not afraid of the deep alley. They are dug out by the Chinese people. Before the stalls, all the people eat one by one. The big oysters are 1/3 different from the small price, but they are very fresh. The beauty stall owners can speak several languages, laugh and never forget to sell. They let you eat one after another. After two hours, they really feel that they are a vegetable market. The venue is so clean, orderly, and without the unpleasant smell; furthermore, each stall will display its color to the utmost, and everything in the market is deeply attractive. Two women who never go to the vegetable market actually linger and forget to return. Finally, I bought salad, steak, red wine, fried snacks, fruit, and dinner that evening had a direction. Finally, we have to mention that there are too many handsome men and beautiful women in the stall. No wonder the Gaelia market is not only a paradise for local gourmets, but also crowded with tourists with cameras. Entering this market, whether you eat or see it, will make you enjoy your trip. There are many graffiti on the walls around the market, many of which are the early works of masters such as Miss Van, Mambo and Freaklub. Many graffitiers are going to the world from here, and a few people who don't know travelling have noticed these graffiti.
La Boqueria is a very famous market in Bogoria. There are many visitors who come here every day. It is crowded with every channel of the market. There are fresh fruits, seafood, vegetables, ham, spices and so on. There are various kinds and rich colors. These colorful food materials are neatly arranged, waiting for tourists to purchase. We often see pictures of the Boguerian market in popular microblogs because of the clear color and high saturation of the ingredients. No matter how well they are taken, they are a visual feast. When we get here, we can't help clapping. Of course, while drinking juice, while shopping in the market, is also a very local experience. Fruit juice, fruit slices, snacks, etc. are almost 1 to 3 Euros.
Located on Lambra Avenue near Catalonia Square, the Boguerian market is a famous food street. This market is the most famous one. The whole market manages all kinds of snacks, food and seafood. It can be bought and cooked by itself or processed on the spot. We ordered a large basin of seafood for 60 euros. Looking at the large basin, we actually calculated the price carefully. The price is still relatively expensive. No, there's nothing particularly valuable about seafood, but when you come here, you always have to try it.
The Portuguese trip in August 15 was a group tour, two nights stay in Barcelona, one day a free time, rushing to the Bogorian market to punch in. It was a worthwhile trip for food. The product was rich, the seafood was sweet, and the recommended experience, especially the red shrimp, was very delicious. There was also a stall specializing in selling various flavors of sea salt, onion, rosemary and garlic. ...
Come to Barcelona, if you want to feel the life of the local people, come here. The Bogalia Market is a famous vegetable market on Lambra Street. There are many delicacies, fruits, drinks and Spanish specialty ham. It's tempting to walk around here with an empty stomach and eat enough to support the wall.
First of all, fresh fruits and nuts with bright colors attract tourists'attention. The next step is the vegetable stalls and seafood stalls that the local people like to visit. The most popular dishes are several super-tasting restaurants with absolutely fresh ingredients. This locals, half of the tourists, are very busy! It's worth it!
A very busy market, a wide range of delicious food, the major local ham shops, as long as the price is very cheap, you can buy a very good ham while walking to eat, there are many seafood barbecue stalls around the bar, variety, price is not expensive, a large seafood platter is 27 euros, very affordable and delicious, but also buy a lot of good food materials back. It's a great place to enjoy it slowly.
Chinese hide bitterness in the heart show the happiness on the table, the Spaniards look good on the face gather the joy in the market -the most beautiful market in the world - Barcelona La Boqueria market! 中国人将苦涩藏在心里，把幸福放在餐桌上，西班牙人把美好呈现在脸上，把欢乐聚集在市场里- 记世界上最美的集市-巴塞罗那”波盖利亚”市场！
Spain, Barcelona... The Bogalia market is the vegetable market! ___________ But there are fewer counters for vegetables, fresh meat and raw seafood. Most of them are eatable on the spot. There's Spanish ham at the door (sliced, bagged). The fruit platter and fresh juice are 1-2 Euros/cup. There are also seafood meals in the hall. There is a toilet inside (in the basement, charge 0.5 Euro/seat). There's a baked seafood shop near the toilet. It's good. Many people have been queuing up.
Located on Lambra Avenue, the Bogalian market is Barcelona's oldest market and a popular place for food purchases. There are fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, candy, and all kinds of pickles and cooked food at the stalls. Various colors are interlaced and scattered, like palettes, with a pleasant luster. Here, there are also some stalls, which provide food processing, or cooked food. You can buy ingredients and taste local snacks, and feel the vitality of local life.