Thousands of people decide visit Barcelona every year due to the weather, its gastronomy a huge cultural offer… And La Rambla.

Gaudí, gastronomy, sun, beach, mountain, culture… Reasons to visit Barcelona and discover the secrets of this city are infinite. Here a fact: according to National Geographic, it was the seventh most popular destination to travel in 2017. La Rambla is the crowdest street of the Catalan capital and one of the favorite walks for those who visit the city. Do you want to know why?

Canaletes Fountain: FC Barcelona followers celebrate the victories of their team here. A Dream Team with more than 340 million culés distributed around the world. They all want to breathe here the smell of their colors. It is also known by the legend that if you drink from its water, you’ll go back to Barcelona.

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Canaletes Fountain at La Rambla.

La Boqueria stands: travelers find in Barcelona what they cannot eat in their cities. Mediterranean cuisine is the healthiest and tastiest in the world and La Boqueria stands, the perfect place to try and buy the best ingredients.

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Stand at La Boqueria. the most popular fresh food market in Barcelona.


Tapas: whether is cold or hot, there’s always time to sit on a terrace and enjoy the sun and mild temperatures (if the weather is not too freezing or suffocating) . Bravas, pincho de tortilla or croquettes accompanied by a beer/ homemade vermouth are among the most popular options.

Tapas at La Rambla.


Gaudí and more

Plaça Reial: first, because it brings you to the Gothic Quarter, the most visited area in Barcelona. Second, it is surrounded by terraces to enjoy the atmosphere and internationally known live music bars.

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Plaça Reial, Barcelona.


The cultural offer: La Rambla is a street full of historic buildings-Palau Moja, Palau Güell, Bruno Cuadros House- and all kinds of art. This is present from avant-garde Arts Santa Mónica cultural center to the Gran Teatre del Liceu scenario. There is always a new exhibition to attend and a band to listen to.

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Casa Bruno Cuadros façade, Barcelona.


Gaudí: because…who does not like Gaudí? Sagrada Familia, Park Güell or Casa Batlló are the reason why millions of people decide to travel to Barcelona. However, the city has much more modernism to offer. They know it and want to see it with their own eyes.

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Palau Güell entrance.


Artists and florists: La Rambla is known as a street full of color. Not only for the emblematic flower stalls, but for the artists. Each day, portrait artists invite walkers to laugh at themselves and the statues of the Mad Hatter or the Golden Angel waiting for a coin to change their position.

Flower parade at La Rambla.


Mediterranean feeling

The Columbus Monument viewpoint: from here you can enjoy one of the best panoramic views of Barcelona’s skyline. That’s why the most beautiful Instagram photos of La Rambla are made from here.

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Columbus Monument  view.

Maremagnum: the idea of ​​a shopping center in the sea is something worth seeing. That’s why it attracts so many people throughout the day. It is also one of the most romantic places to go around Barcelona, ​​especially at twilight.

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The sea: if there is something that excites foreigners is the idea of ​​seeing the Mediterranean sea and bathing in its waters. They leave from the Pla del Palau, where the Columbus Monument stands, and keep on along the dock area to admire the boats and end up in the Barceloneta district.

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Sunset from Port Vell, Barcelona.