Las Ramblas Barcelona is, without a doubt, the most famous promenade of Barcelona and probably in Spain. Begins at the Plaza Catalunya and reaches the old port, where there is the monument to Columbus. It seems that life does not stop at Las Ramblas, there is always people enjoying the famous flower and animal stalls, street performers and painters.
You’ll also find lots of cafés, restaurants and shops. The most known commercial activity happens at La Boqueria market which is just by the side of Las Ramblas. Nearby, there are also other attractions such as the Teatro Liceu, the Wax Museum of Barcelona and the Columbus Monument at the end of Las Ramblas.
Las Ramblas is also known as ‘La Rambla’ but is better known in its plural name because it is divided into different sections, each with its own name. The walk ends at the Plaza Portal de la Paz, famous for the Columbus Monument, from there the Rambla de Mar takes you to the Maremagnum. From the Rambla de Mar you go to the Rambla de Santa Monica, Rambla dels Caputxins, Rambla de Sant Josep, Rambla dels Estudis and finally Rambla de Canaletes.