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Updated on February 21, 2017


Barcelona is one of Europe's coolest and most innovative urban communities—a hotspot for extraordinary sustenance, delightful shorelines and stunning individuals. Found right on the Mediterranean ocean, the city is a blend of societies with the specific impact of both Spanish and Catalan legacy. Deified in our aggregate memory by the aesthetic virtuoso of Gaudí, Barcelona offers guests its one of a kind identity: bright, rich in flavors and styles, cutting edge without overlooking its underlying foundations. While the city is made out of all the things for contemporary life, similar to cooperating spaces and option stylish bars, the nature in and around the city is similarly amazing. You can climb Tibidabo and have a great view from above, or you can simply meander around its renowned parks like Montjuïc or Güell. For the individuals who adore workmanship and design, for the individuals who cherish gastronomy and mold and for the individuals who live for the exceptional feeling of soccer and game, Barcelona is the ultimate destination.

While numerous visitors just come to Barcelona to have the wild experience of bars and discos in the mid year, local people are as often as possible challenging this nightlife-tourism, leaning toward to protect their way of life. This is the reason you have to go to Barcelona with a deliver your heart: be prepared to grasp the way of life of tapas, take in two or three words in Catalan and be pleasant, on the grounds that Catalonians are without-an uncertainty one of the friendliest and most inviting individuals in Europe.

The city is sufficiently little for a day trip, however I'm totally certain that you'll require no less than four or five days to have a genuine deal of Barcelona. Here, this fashionable person guide is the fundamental tips you need to investigate one of my most loved goals, including the notable motivations to visits—like Picasso, Gaudí or Miró—and in addition my mystery and option spots for energetic explorers. Be prepared to meander the avenues of Barcelona with this guide, and let yourself be roused by this captivating city.


Plaza Catalunya
One of the most emblematic square of Barcelona. An icon, despite that is not the most charming of the city. Around the square there are shopping centers like FNAC or El corte Inglés, but the heart of this place it´s to see childrens playing and give to eat to the pigeons, that is a traditions throughout life in Plaza Catalunya.


Las Ramblas

La Rambla – At 1.2 kilometers in length, the wide person on foot lane, La Rambla, is Barcelona's most well known road. Continuously swarmed with a mix of local people and vacationers, you'll discover a lot of bars, eateries, and other social points of interest, including La Boqueria. Take note of, this intensely trafficked zone is a prime focus for pick-pockets, so be ready and keep your assets securely stowed

The Ramblas of Barcelona is divided into 5 parts: in the top La Rambla de Canaletes, Rambla de los Estudi, Rambla de las Flors, Rambla de los Capuxinos, Rambla Santa Mònica, despite of that, Las Ramblas is a one pedestrian walkway of one stretch.


Canaletes Fountain
At the top of La Rambla you can find the most popular fountain of Barcelona, build at the ends of 19 century. Legend says the people who drink, it´s sure that the come back to Barcelona. The place it's also the favorite for the followers of FC Barcelona team, to celebrate the championships.


Barcelona Hotel Lloret Ramblas
One of the most traditionals hotel in Barcelona. The hotel was founded in 1926, and has been open continuously since that time. The facade of the hotel remains original, but the interiors has been renovated, to accommodate customers more comfortably. Although that is a one star hotel, it has all the necessary services, to enjoy a comfortable stay, whether for work or vacation.


Roya Academy of Science & Arts of Barcelona
One of the best buildings to see on Las Ramblas of Barcelona, and often goes unnoticed. Only you can enjoy the facade because it's private building. The construcction in 1894, between of eclecticism and modrenism and it's before to the full modernism. Masterpiece belong to Josep Domenech i Estapa, that was the most important architect of that time.


Viceroy Palace
Another of the monuments that is located on La Rambla de Barcelona, go down to right side. This private bulding was commissioned to build for Manuel Amat, former viceroy of Peru, to come back to Barcelona, in 1776. The palace was used by his wife because of early death of the Viceroy Amat. In this days the building is used for temporary expositions and you can check out part of the interior garden.

Las Ramblas

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A markerHotel Lloret Ramblas -
Rambla Canaletas, 125, 08002 Barcelona, España
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City center hotel in Barcelona

B markerReial Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts de Barcelona -
La Rambla, 115, 08002 Barcelona, España
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C markerParròquia de la Mare de Déu de Betlem 4.0 -
Carrer del Carme, 2, 08001 Barcelona, España
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D markerLa Virreina Centre de la Imatge -
La Rambla, 99, 08001 Barcelona, España
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E markerLa Boqueria market -
La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, España
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F markerGran Teatre del Liceu -
La Rambla, 51-59, 08002 Barcelona, España
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G markerGüell Palace Palau Güell -
Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 3-5, 08001 Barcelona, España
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H markerArts Santa Mònica -
La Rambla, 7, 08002 Barcelona, España
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I markerMirador de Colón -
Plaça Portal de la pau, s/n, 08001 Barcelona, España
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J markerLa Rambla barcelona -
La Rambla, 08002 Barcelona, España
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Stands Flowers
This is the section known as Rambla de las Flores, and the name is because several kiosk that sell flowers and for that reason Las Ramblas smell.


La Boquería Market
They say if you can find if you are looking for in La Boquería, you won't be a find at all. This huge market is just in Las Ramblas in the city center of Barcelona, and it's really does just about everything, like a fresh fish, to colourfuls local products, and of course monts of spanish ham. It´s also home of handle bars installing serving delicious food in the counters.


Mosaic of Joan Miro in Las Ramblas
Just in the middle of Las Ramblas is located this amaizing materpiece, it's about circular mosaic that represent the cosmos. Highlight primary colors that is Miró used in his work.


Palau Güell
Recently opened Palau Güell is one of the first work of Antonio Gaudí. This particular building was constructed for the Güell family and keep original like the artist made. The most amazing experience is to walk on the roof between the strange chimneys.


Colon Monument
At the end of las Ramblas is where you can find the last monuments that you have to visit it. Colon monument is one of the main tourist attractions, you can climb it and see the perfect views 360º of Barcelona. Despite the Colon point finger at America, actually it is at the opposite side to Mediterranean sea.


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