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Excellent

ProSights & sounds

ConsPetty crime

You've come to the wrong place for a punch-by-punch analysis of Ali vs. Foreman, but La Rambla is just as, if not more, entertaining! The central promenade of Barcelona, a mile in length, stretches from Plaça Catalunya to the port. The magnificent street is chiefly the domain of pedestrians, as...

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Super

“Rambling Down La Ramblas”

published 03/09/2011

ProFun, easy to get to

ConsPetty crime

Barcelona's most famous thoroughfare is awash with restaurants, cafes, shops, markets and street entertainers, all of which come together in a heady mix that will fascinate any visitor. Bookended by the harbour at the bottom and the Plaça de Catalunya at the top, Ramblas is a tree lined avenue...

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Excellent

ProA nice place to go if your looking for a meal

ConsNot really enough bars or night life

The end of September saw my visit to Barcelona to celebrate my 21st Birthday and one of the things we did much to the surprise of many including ourselves was the touristy bit. When you tell people who’ve been before that your off to Barcelona they will tell you about one street in the City, La...

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Excellent

ProFlowers, artists...

ConsRobberies

Until the middle of the XIXth century in which Barcelona started to grow broking its city walls, the city extended no further than the hexagon of the 15th century. During these centuries the only wide street at the heart of the city. The name La Rambl derives from the Arabic "ramla" meaning...

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Excellent

ProSit at a cafe, eat, drink and watch the world go b...

ConsThe street entertainers can become annoying.

I didn't get far on my first walk along La Rambla as we decided to sit outside one of the many cafes and have a large drink of Sangrea, making the most of the sunny spring afternoon. Anyone who enjoys watching street entertainers such as those in Covent Garden, though seeming to appear every few...

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Product Information : La Rambla, Barcelona

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Landmark

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Type: Landmark

City: Barcelona

Country: Spain

Continent: Europe

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