Barcelona is beautiful and doesn’t need filters to prove it. However, there are streets that  shine more than others. These are some pictures of La Rambla that have taken the wonderlust hashtag as its surname.

One of the most repeated images of Barcelona is someone taking a picture with the mobile phone. It happens everywhere, from punk hippie Raval neighbourhood to the stands of the popular Boqueria fresh market. It is understandable: what’s the point of traveling or living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world if you can’t share it? That’s why Instagram has become the favourite social network among travelers and locals. Moreover, Barcelona is, according to the Washington Post, one of the most photographed cities in the world. Modernism, the Mediterranean sea, its skyline and its streets blame on it. Scroll  the pictures of La Rambla that more have boosted Instagram. Do you want to share yours?

The Plaça de Catalunya

Is one of the biggest plazas in Spain and the artery of Barcelona. Here converge city’s main streets: Las Ramblas,  Passeig de Gràcia, the Rambla de Catalunya, the rounds of Universitat and Sant Pere and carrer Pelai.

General view of La Rambla

La Rambla or Las Ramblas is the most important street in Barcelona … And the most historical one! The most repeated image of the Barcelona main street is this panoramic, which reflects its peculiar trees and the rest of the city in the background. 1.2 kilometers with a lot of stories to tell. Sounds good, right?

Green river | Rio verde #nicanorgarcia #travelarchitectures

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Las Ramblas reflection

The expert eye knows when is the right moment to capture the moment and create a magical image … and if it’s double, better. Las Ramblas cannot be copied but nothing like creating a different perspective.

Green river | Rio verde #nicanorgarcia #travelarchitectures

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Bruno Cuadros House or  the Umbrellas house

Modernism is not only about Casa Batlló or Park Güell, there are many buildings that embody the splendor of this artistic movement. One of them is the Casa Bruno Cuadros, a tribute to Japanese culture.

I’m in love with this architecture! ?

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Rambla de las Flores

It has inspired artists such as poet Federico García Lorca,  impressionist painter Ramón Casas or singer Joan Manuel Serrat. Its florists paint La Rambla in color every day of the year whether if it’s  raining, snowing or heat wave.


Entering Plaça Reial

Carrer de Colom connects La Rambla with Plaça Reial, one of the most popular spaces in the city. It is popular for its terraces, live music bars and the historic stamp fair ceñebrated every Sunday.

Plaça Reial streetlights

They were one of the first assignments of Antoni Gaudí when he was not known. The architect didn’t want the streetlights being flashy  but simple, like people frequenting the square.

Columbus Monument

It is one of the most famous viewpoints of Barcelona, ​​since it offers an incredible panorama of Las Ramblas, Barceloneta and Montjuïc. It was inaugurated coinciding with the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona in 1888 as a tribute to the discoverer of America.

La Rambla Santa Mónica

Here famous street artists and living statues of La Rambla are located. It was the last stretch of the walk is to be built but today is the most popular one since it flows into the old port of Barcelona.

The Maremagnum

It is one of the most repeated photos of La Rambla, since it is a shopping center on the sea connected to the city by a footbridge. This is known as Rambla de Mar and every hour, it opens to let the ships pass by.

A sail in the sun ⛵️✨Afternoon at #MareMagnum ?❤️ #visitbarcelona #wbarcelona

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