Think of the most famous streets in the world: surely passed you by the head the Champs Elysees in Paris, Fifth Avenue in New York and do La Rambla of Barcelona? La Rambla is the emblem and the heart of the Catalan capital and is not surprising. Whether day or night, Monday, Friday or Sunday, La Rambla presents a continuous coming and going of people. Thousands of people from all over the world walk from one side to another camera in hand to catch the charms. Tourists look at ballpark everywhere, astonished with his rhythm, color and beauty. The Rambla is framed by two of the most representative of the city neighborhoods: el Raval and the Gothic quarter. Both are characterized by its miscegenation and its cosmopolitanism and the two there are a myriad of shops, restaurants and museums. La Rambla starts in the famous Plaza de Cataluna and extends to the Columbus statue.
In addition, is divided into several parts: Rambla de Canaletes, Rambla dels Estudis, Rambla de Sant Josep, Rambla dels Caputxins and Rambla de Santa Monica. The Rambla itself hides so many treasures that it is impossible to not fall for her. For example, the famous Liceo Theatre, which is located towards the middle of the enigmatic Street. There are represented the best operas and ballets from all over the world. Another one of the great charms of the Rambla are the kiosks of flowers, press and animals that flank it to one side and another. But without a doubt, one of its main attractions are Cuddles and artists of all kinds that animate the walk. Among musicians, dancers, painters and human statues, La Rambla is the perfect street scene to show art in all its variants.
In addition, right in the middle is the most enchanting market of Barcelona and one of the most famous of Spain: La Boqueria. This market is part of the history of the city itself, and is one of the places most visited by tourists. For those who need to do some shopping, they can do in the numerous shops that flank both side of the street, skipping with hotels, bars, discos and restaurants. The terraces at the end of the street are always filled with people eating the delicious paella and drinking the refreshing sangria, both typical Spanish. You’ve never seen anything like! The Rambla you’ll fall in love with, equal to that of Barcelona will do it. Stay in apartments in Barcelona, and if you can, choose the heart of the city to make your holiday unforgettable.