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We could say that Barcelona is probably the most important city in Spain regarding vintage and second hand markets.
There are hundreds of them, and they are all different and unique.

Two Market

This market in Barcelona is really curious and interesting. First, because they organize the so-called “everything for 1 euro”, in which the main requirement is, of course, to sell and buy everything for no more than this price.

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Ovella Negra, Carrer de Zamora 78

Lost&Found Market

Lost&Found Market is a second hand and vintage market that aims to be a meeting and melting point for people in Barcelona. The idea is to develop a new shopping concept much funnier and more sustainable.

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Passeig de Joan de Borbó

Encants Barcelona

Els Encants, also known as “Els Encants Vells” is the free market in Barcelona par excellence. Every week, more than 500 traders sell their antique, original and peculiar pieces. This market is a dream for collectors and antiques lovers, as here they can find all sorts of vintage items, old treasures and also, many everyday but amazing objects.

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Av. Meridiana 69, Barcelona

During the summer there are also a lot of little Markets on the streets of almost every city, so you will probably be able to find a very small hippy market next to where you are located in Barcelona.

Custo Barcelona is not only one of the biggest fashion designers in Spain, but worldwide!

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The shoe designer Aldo Bensadoun believes in combing traditions and the newest fashion trends and

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Uterqüe is part of the Inditex group and creates sophisticated fashion for powerful women with

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The new and super trendy jewellery brand Gold & Roses were founded by two young

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