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Rambla de Catalunya, Barcelona

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Rambla de Catalunya is a major street in the Eixample district of central Barcelona. It is one of the city's trendiest streets, with many international fashion shops, and is lined with lime trees.The street stretches from Plaça de Catalunya to Avinguda Diagonal, a distance of some. It runs parallel to, and between, the Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Balmes. It can be seen as an extension into the Eixample of the famous La Rambla.
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  • Walking will go seeing spaces and facades of landmarks such as the font de Canaletes, the clock before marking the official time City (on top of the same Teatro Poliorama) the Boqueria market, where you can take a cut to the famous PINOTXO BAR at the entrance to the right, and then the great LICEO Theatre I suggest visiting on a one hour Tour and at the end of the Ramblas will arrive at the estaua of Cristobal Colón, but don't forget to stroll the other sidewalk because you will see Calle Ferran, which will take you to the Palau de la Generalitat and the Atuntamiento in the Plaza Sant Jaume.-on the Ramblas there is an emblematic building called the umbrella House, just below is the BBVA, but the entire façade is full of umbrella attached and a little earlier one source , the source of the CENTRALLY a doors which gave entrance to the walled city, by the way were these water sources were giving water to the entire city, there are several Interior to visit like Santa Anna etc...
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  • one of the streets more popular city Po its central walkway terraces and activities than in ellaacontecen the most popular day of san jordi pattern of Catalonia
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  • Impossible to come to Barcelona without a stroll on la Rambla. The pedestrian avenue is to visit at the start of the Catalonia square to the monument of Christophe Colomb. The avenue is littered with small shops of souvenirs of the kind "snow globe" and postcards... Very often, you will be approached by employees of the small "restaurants" on the terrace... To avoid because kitchen for tourists and fairly high prices. Not to be missed, a detour to the Mercado of San Antonio, at halfway, and the streets of the old town and the Cathedral. To eat, we went on placed it Reial, where some restaurants stand out. Eating on the terrace you can enjoy the performances of jugglers, acrobats, musicians, singers who are there permanently. One concern on this Rambla: pickpockets... put your bag on the chest, and do not visibly show your portfolio.
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  • Food is very good, but service is very slow... pity.
  • Had to wait 30 minutes for an omelet, that was cold when we finally got it... The omelet was okay, but it was easy to see and taste, that i had been done 20 minutes before we got it... All in all a poor experience, that i would not recommend.
  • We went 4 times during our 6 day trip. As a tourist this place is certainly recomended. The dishes are good, reasonably priced given its central location etc. They serve efficiently and give a nice idea about the Spanish kitchen. Much better then many other' fancy' bars where you leave with an empty stomach. We ll come back.
  • In a zone full of tourist food scams you can eat reasonably well for a fair price
  • They never knew what we had ordered. We had to remind them what we had ordered 3 times (we didn't even get everything at the end) and when they came with the food they kept asking if we were sure it was ours. The food was ok but quite small portions depending on what you took (we took tapas). We had 3 tables because we were alot and he never knew on which table to put the food. He would always interrupt us because he took about 1 minute to put any order on his ordering device. They then factured us some of the things we ordered and never got. But anyways exept all of that it's a good restaurant (joke).