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.
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
Barcelona will be the world's market capital when it plays host to the 9th International Public Markets Conference from 26 to 28 March 2015, during which new trends in preserving and revitalising public markets will be examined at an international level.
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