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Rambla del Poblenou is the cornerstone of social life in the neighborhood, stretching all the way from Avenue Diagonal through to the beach. The wide, pedestrianized street boasts several restaurants, bars, cafes and small shops.
Never mind that a lot of locals try to avoid promenades that runs from Plaça de Catalunya down to the Columbus Monument at the waterfront. If you’re a tourist it’s one of those things that you have to experience. In summer you’ll be under the shade of the tall plane trees and shuffling through the crowds that pass living statues, street performers, bird-sellers and flower stands. Annoying as it is to keep your purse clenched from pickpockets for a mile, La Rambla has a charm that keeps the 78 million coming. Head over to the Liceu metro stop, raise your eyes a bit and look around – and you’ll see Casa Bruno Cuadros, a building that looks straight out of old Tokyo or Shanghai, decorated with dragons and umbrellas. This is a building that most visitors to Barcelona don’t notice, as it’s right in the centre of the Ramblas chaos. Near Las Rambas de Barcelona there is an awesome enchanted bar which is called El Bosc de les Fades (Fairy Forest), get in and enjoy its decoration. It is as if you were in a mystery Forest! Does it even feel like the hobbits home in Lord of the Rings? Find out by your own. Once you pass Christopher Columbus Statue and get to the water you can keep going along the boards to visit the Maremagnum mall or Barcelona’s Aquarium. 🥂La Rambla is also the most expensive for buying souvenirs and eating - a fesh baked waffle or an ice-cream will cost as usual, but be careful with tricky restaurants´ menus. Better quality meals for better price you will find out of La Rambla in sourounding streets. ✨To get there from our apartmets: take metro line L2 (purple) from "Sagrada Família" to "Passeig de Gràcia" and walk about 4min to Plaça de Catalunya - the very center of the city (all the trip about 15min).
Never mind that a lot of locals try to avoid promenades that runs from Plaça de Catalunya down to the Columbus Monument at the waterfront. If you’re a tourist it’s one of those things that you have to experience. In summer you’ll be under the shade of the tall plane trees and shuffling through the c…
Las Ramblas is often the first landmark that most tourists identify with Barcelona. It´s a large boulevard which runs through the heart of the city. It is filled with Barcelona action at its best and, unfortunately, sometimes its worst.
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