Plaça de Masadas, at the heart of La Sagrera, was built at the end of the 19th century and is one of the few porticoed squares still left in the city. For much of the last century there was a covered market there but it was pulled down in the 1990s and the square was opened up again to the public, as it is today. On the first Sunday of every month there is a lovely market selling old toys.
Plaça de Masadas
Plaça de Masadas, Barcelona
Discover some of the city's best-kept secrets. From an ancient canal to picturesque squares and leafy cloisters.
Aug 2, 2016