The chestnut and sweet potato stands they return to the streets of Catalonia the days before the feast of All Saints. In Barcelona, the city council has granted 46 licenses to put a post from this October until March of next year.
The district with the most chestnut stalls this year is Sant Martí, which will have 18. It is followed by Ciutat Vella with six and Nou Barris with 5. It is striking, on the other hand, that the most populated area of the city, the Eixample, only have two seats. The one that follows is the map of the different street points where you can buy these autumn fruits.