About La Rambla
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First To Review: Jeroen D.
Oct 22, 2008
This is Barcelona ’s largest pedestrian shopping strip, which not only has great for shopping but plenty of buskers and street entertainment to check out as well. It’s a great strip to wander and soak up the metropolitan feel to the city. You will find internet, banks, Tapas bars, markets and souvenirs along this street. Beware of pickpockets in crowded areas and while you are watch the street performers
Jan 5, 2009
i think i was expecting too much of the place, but i was a bit dissapointed by the Ramblas. the atmosphere in the whole city is lovely and i simply adore how they enjoy life there, but that is one of the most popular spots of the city and a bit annoying for me from this point of view. they have all souvenirs and million things you can buy, from maps, guides and postcards to little gifts, they have all the mimes and actors there, singers and street artists, which gives its charm. what i really didnt like though, was all the small animals and little birds kept locked in cages. me and my friend wanted to open up the cages and set them free, one night, but they were guarded.. poor animals.
Aug 3, 2008
Such a great strip of Barcelona!!
Has everything including stores such as Puma and what not going up, and going down leads to the port at the Maremagnum mall with an amazing design!
There are tons of small little kind of trinket booths too and little stalls where you can get a caricature of yourself and what not. A Barcelona must!
Sep 5, 2009
La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona , popular with both tourists and locals alike. A 2 kilometer-long tree-lined pedestrian mall between Barri Gòtic and El Raval , it connects Plaça Catalunya in the center with the Christopher Columbus monument at Port Vell . Very enjoyable and interesting walk along this famous street.