Running down the center of the Ciutat Vella (dividing the Raval and Barri Gòtic) is the boulevard La Rambla. La Rambla stretches from Plaça Catalunya to the Mediterranean sea and, now extends out over the sea into one of Barcelona’s newest centers of entertainment, Maremagnum.
La Rambla, a pedestrian strip roughly 1km long, is world-famous of street performers, fortune-tellers, pet and flowers stands and artists, A stroll along this bustling avenue can be and adventure at any hour, day or night. The tree-lined thoroughfare, known in Catalan as Las Rambles, actually consists of five distintc ramblas.
Font de Canaletes-visitors who want to come back to Barcelona are supposed to sample the fountain’s water. Halfway down La Rambla, Joan Miro’s paviment mosaic brightens up the alrady colourful street. Pass the Monument a Colom on the way out to Rambla del Mar for a spectacular view of the Mediterranean.