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La Rambla
Barcelona, Barcelona 08002

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"Instead, enjoy the time in La Rambla & Plaça Espanya areas."  See More

"Xaica was a typical catalan restaurant at La Rambla."  See More

"Especially the area around La Rambla is expensive."  See More

"Avoid La Rambla, super touristy, loud, horrible ."  See More

"Based on my experience, I would suggest La Rambla."  See More

"Spent a lot of time at Gaudí Bar, an amazing place, also La Rambla."  See More

"If you have more time stroll La Rambla and visit the market, Mercat Boqueria"  See More

"Walking along La RamblaEl Barri GòticMercat De La Boquería"  See More

"Also from right there, check La Rambla and maybe with enough time El Barri GòticBasilica of Santa Maria del MarCathedral of Barcelona"  See More

"Must see/go in Barcelona: La RamblaBasílica de la Sagrada FamíliaCasa BatllóLa PedreraEl Barri GòticCathedral of BarcelonaBasilica of Santa Maria del MarLa BarcelonetaMontjuïcPlaza EspañaParc Güell"  See More

"Mercat Boqueria- This covered market is right off La Rambla and is a great place to go sample meats, cheeses, and agua frescas."  See More

"You can take a walk on La Rambla, the most typical street in Barcelona there is the market Mercat Boqueria and El Barrio Gothic."  See More

"Don't know how limited you mean but see the Camí de la Seguera, Parc Güell, take a walk down La Rambla , more time see the old town."  See More

"La Rambla, El Barri Gòtic, La Pedrera, Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, Spain, Casa Batlló, Maremagnum, Barceloneta, Plaça de Catalunya, Plaza de España."  See More

"'s suggestion to take a stroll down the La Rambla."  See More

"La Rambla is a vibrant and lively promenade filled with nice restaurants, bars, shops and art."  See More

"Anywhere close to the main street, La Rambla."  See More

"Try not to buy food or coffee from Cafes on La Rambla as its a total tourist trap."  See More

"Walk to the end of La Rambla , look at the Christopher Columbus monument, and stroll down towards the sea."  See More

"Definitely have to check the Gothic neighborhood, La Rambla, visit La Pedrera (Gaudi) , Sagrada Família and drink lots of Sangria :"  See More

"It would also be fun to shop La Rambla ."  See More

"You have many places and sightseeing in Barcelona as: El Born, Parc de la Ciutadella, Barceloneta, Mercat De La Boquería, Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, La Rambla, Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona, Montjuïc, Casa Batlló, Museu Picasso, Catedral De Santa Maria Del Mar, etc."  See More

"La Rambla is highly entertaining for the street performers, and the many tapas joints."  See More

"La Rambla + La Boqueria : walk around, take photos."  See More

"La Rambla: Next to the square, the most charming streets with a market and shops surrounding."  See More

"Have to say you should visit La Rambla street which has it all - atmosphere, flowers, food, beach nearby, shopping, absolutely lovely."  See More

"I also liked a lot Maremagnum, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, La Boqueria and La Rambla."  See More

"Stay away from La Rambla and El Borne - not a safe neighborhood!"  See More

"Just a friendly suggestion - stay away from La Rambla/El Borne district."  See More

"Hotels in that area and near La Rambla will probably be more pricey but are close to all the action."  See More

"La Rambla is a great place for first timers."  See More

"A major landmark is La Rambla or Mirador de Colom."  See More

"It's perched at the top of La Rambla and is an easy walk to La Pedrera as well as Casa Batlo ."  See More

"Definitely tour the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona's most historic area and you can walk on La Rambla, and head to the Raval neighbodhood which is quite cool and rustic and less touristy."  See More

"Having said so I would detail the best places that you must visit: Starting with Plaça de Catalunya that is at the top of La Rambla the main street that leads to the ocean."  See More

"La Rambla Barceloneta El Born - spend a day walking around here, it's awesome."  See More

"Also go up to Montjuïc, walk down La Rambla and walk the promenade by Barceloneta all the way to Port Olympic."  See More

"La Rambla would be the best are to stay."  See More

"Walk down La Rambla, it can get a little crowded but it's a fun lively area to be in with a lot of locals and markets to browse through."  See More

"I would say La Rambla is a pretty safe area, full of nice comfy hotels, restaurants, plazas, museums, bus stops, and the Barcelona city tour bus."  See More

"Walk La Rambla and the big boulevards in Eixample Admire Gaudi's works from the outside: Sagrada Família (though the ticket for entry is fairly inexpensive), Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Parc Güell."  See More

"Also, after you stroll through the Petit Palace Boquería, walk down La Rambla to the water."  See More

"Additionally, it's close to La Rambla, as well as two beautiful works by Gaudi: Casa Batlló & La Pedrera."  See More

"A walk down La Rambla is beautiful and perfect for children."  See More

"Eixample + La Rambla"  See More

"I sipped Sangria at El Bosc de les Fades just off La Rambla among the trees and great interior design (pictured above, and yes, that is inside the bar)."  See More

"We also ate at Attic which was a really nice restaurant on the second level of the building right on La Rambla so you can get a nice view of the street if you sit by the window."  See More

"In Barcelona we stayed in and fell in love with El Born as you could walk to Barrio Gótico de Barcelona, La Rambla Barceloneta and were close to the park and zoo."  See More

"Make sure you see Barrio Gótico de Barcelona, El Born, and of course you must walk down La Rambla and go to the La Boqueria."  See More

"Wak La Rambla to the sea and make a left and continue walking down to Barceloneta."  See More

"Check out El Bosc de les Fades\off of La Rambla."  See More

"When you are at La Rambla (the shopping street of Barcelona) you have to take the side streets maybe they look dark and scary, there are the nicest tapas restaurants."  See More

"We stayed right off of La Rambla and loved strolling the walkway down towards La Boqueria, where you should eat breakfast,or an early lunch, at Pinotxo."  See More

"We enjoyed strolling along La Rambla and towards the end on the right is the La Boqueria-the food stalls are amazing."  See More

"In Barcelona you should visit Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Parc Güell, La Rambla, Montjuïc fountain show, the gothic quarter but also there are lots of incredible buildings by Gaudi that are mind-blowing - I don't really get into architecture much but I loved Barcelona for it!"  See More

"Here are some places you can go: - Montjuïc - Basílica de la Sagrada Família - Parc Güell - Casa Batlló - La Pedrera - Camp Nou Barcelona Cathedral - Poble Espanyol de Montjuic - Palau de la Música Catalana - La Boqueria - Tibidabo - Parc de la Ciutadella - Hospital de Sant Pau - Museu Picasso - Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - Agbar Tower - Gran Teatre del Liceu - La Rambla - Barrio Gótico de Barcelona - Plaça de Catalunya - Plaça St Jaume - Monastery of Pedralbes - Church of Santa Maria del Mar - La Barceloneta - Olympic - Güell Palace - Port Aventura If you have questions about any of them, ask me!"  See More

"I also enjoyed very much my visit to El Raval, near La Rambla, is similar to the Barri Gòtic but less touristic and is habitated by african or southamerican inmigrants mostly."  See More

"Take a long walk up La Rambla to see the shops and restaurants there."  See More

"La Rambla is a great spot for the discovery how big is our world, step by step you can see a lot of people from all the world, colors, languages and styles"  See More

"I would say La Rambla is a bit touristy, full of souvenir stands and the like."  See More

"La Rambla is very crowded and touristy."  See More

"La Rambla in my opinion is crowded and touristy, head to El Born for nice shops and restaurants eat at Mercat de Santa Caterina, went on a local tip, it was great!"  See More

"La Rambla Once upon a time it has been a street with a lot of unique charm."  See More

"And the second is La Rambla, which is an outdoor marketplace, which has a ton of great food."  See More

"In Barcelona you can visit Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Camp Nou (Barcelona Stadium), La Rambla and Gothic Quarter (these are an area to visit), Museu Picasso and La Pedrera (a Gaudí built)."  See More

"I had great tapas, including a hamburguesa caballo, at Bar del Pi just off La Rambla."  See More

"They are amazing and you probably won't leave without having 7 or 8 of them - La Rambla - Very touristy, but interesting street performers."  See More

"La Rambla a pedestrian boulevard full of cafes and souvenir shops (to see here:"  See More

"La Rambla, being sure go a few blocks either side when things look interesting."  See More

"what i surely recommend to you is to take a walk on the street La Rambla, this place is magic."  See More

"Besides that spend a day walking around La Rambla and the Gothic Quarter eating, drinking and shopping"  See More

"At the time that I was working the bus would drop you off at La Rambla,the famed street of shopping, and artistry."  See More

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