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Sant Josep Market, popularly known as the Boqueria, is a municipal market just off La Rambla. Covering an area of more than 2,583 m2, it houses more than 300 stalls offering a never-ending array of produce. It is one of the most popular places to visit in Barcelona.



The market hall was opened in 1840, but even before this there was an open-air market on the same site. This marketplace was situated outside the Roman walls so that traders could save themselves the commercial tax that was payable inside the city.

The Boqueria is a place that exudes history, culture and tradition. Since it opened, the market has grown and grown and is now the largest anywhere in Catalonia. Thanks to globalisation and immigration into Catalonia, the market now offers an amazing range of produce, from South American delicacies to exotic Arabic dishes.

It really is an unmissable experience, as well as being ideally located in the heart of the city. Close to the market you’ll find the Liceu, the impressive opera house at number 51 Les Rambles, as well as Plaza Reial, just a short walk from the market, and other places of cultural interest such as the Contemporary Art Museum (MACBA) and the Centre for Contemporary Culture (CCCB).

Because this area is the city’s cultural hub, finding somewhere to park in its streets is tricky. But we can offer a network of Saba car parks in this area, all of them open 24 hours a day.

Parking Saba in Barcelona

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If you need to find another car park closer to your destination in Barcelona, we have parking facilities at all the major intersections in the city. Furthermore, to make it even easier to get around or if you’re travelling on to somewhere else, you’ll find parking facilities in locations such as:

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Saba has 39 car parks spread across the entire city. You’ll find car parks close to all the main tourist destinations, because we’ve spread ourselves out to offer car parking solutions in the most critical areas – the principal points of interest in Barcelona.