In times gone by, Plaça d’Osca was the site of the bustling Sants neighbourhood market. Probably that is why it retains its lively, popular spirit: it is a neighbourhood meeting place strongly admired by the locals. The square, closed to traffic and lined with trees, is surrounded by all kinds of bars. Its terraces are in heavy demand for pre-lunch drinks and on summer evenings when there is a breeze blowing across it.
Plaça d’Osca, 08014 Barcelona
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