BARCELONA LAS RAMBLAS STEP BY STEP

La Rambla or “Las Ramblas”, pedestrian strip roughly 1,5km long, is world-famous for street performers, fortune-tellers, pet, flowers stands and artists. These days selling pets is forbidden. A stroll along, this bustling avenue can be and adventure at any hour day or night. The tree-lined thoroughfare, known Las Rambles (in catalan), actually consists of six distinct ramblas.

Map of the different sections of Las Rambla de Barcelona

La Rambla separates, on the one hand, el Raval, and on the other the Gothic Quarter in the Ciutat Vella district. The pedestrian street, stretches from Plaça Catalunya to the Mediterranean sea and now extends out over the sea, into Maremagnum Barcelona shopping center.

Rambla de Canaletas

On the top of Las Ramblas toching Plaza Catalunya we find Font de Canaletes-visitors who want to come back to Barcelona are supposed to drink of the fountain. The Canaletes Fountain is also known especially when Fútbol Club Barcelona wins “La Liga” or Champions League, all fans celebrate around it!.

fountain with lampost and people drinking water in La Rambla Barcelona

 

Our hotel is located on this top section “Rambla de Canaletas”, 2 min walk to Plaza Catalunya where all transport are connected incluided de AeroBus (bus from/to airport).

hotel lloret ramblas facade view from la rambla

Rambla dels Estudis

l'església de Betlem Rambla estudi

 

Rambla de Sant Josep

La Boqueria market has everything fresh, vegetables, natural juice, seafood, mushroom, and any kind of the gourmet delicatessen. Restaurants with home made food, bars. Stands with passing food, that you can see how they are preparing it!.

la boqueria modernist entrance

 

Rambla dels Capuxins

Halfway down La Rambla, Joan Miro’s paviment mosaic brightens up the alrady colourful street.

People walking on Miro mosaic in La Rambla

 

Rambla Santa Monica

At the end of Las Ramblas, Contemporary Art Museum Santa Mónica, Wax Museum of Barcelona, Maritim Museum. This sections of La Rambla is know for the street artists and craftsmen before to the Old Port,  beside to Colon Monument.

view of the Colombus monument from Rambla de Santa Monica

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