The new market was officially opened on 13 December in the presence of the Mayor of Barcelona. It is the first facility completed in a block that is also intended to house an old people's home, a youth centre and a nursery school. Market traders, who moved in on Wednesday 10 December, expressed their satisfaction on a day that also saw a small outdoor fair with activities for adults and children.
For four days and over the course of two back-to-back international conferences the city will become a forum in which to discuss markets and their role as engines of entrepreneurship, employment and placemaking, as well as being champions of healthy food.
The new Guinardó Market is now a reality at the service of the public. It officially opened on 13 December, offering a sneak preview of the new amenities that will soon be up and running. The entire official opening morning included activities for children and grown-ups alike.
Plan brimming with measures and actions to implement over the next ten years gets backing from markets stakeholders
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