Found in an old factory within the Poblenou district, Palo Alto is a relatively new market that takes place on the first weekend of each month (except for August).
The February edition of the two day event will feature: art, music, design, vintage furniture, fashion, recycled crafts, Peruvian street food… a bit of everything, really!
For the art lovers amongst us, illustrator Juanjo Sáez will be displaying his work at the Art Gallery; take note that those with Zapper app on their smartphones can save the price of admission to the exhibition (two euros).
In terms of music, the market has a magical line-up. Flamenco group Reina Roja Flamencopla will be performing songs from their latest album and Pianobar will be offering his special combination of cocktails and swing. DJs Rawer Jewish and Tedi KGB will also be in attendance.
If you're more food than flamenco, it's worth knowing that there will be five renowned chefs at the market, each offering different versions of ceviche and other Peruvian delights. There will even be a ceviche master class for just ten euros.
Palo Alto is near the Selva de Mar metro. There is complimentary parking, one in Ronda Litoral and the other in Llull with Diagonal.
More information here.