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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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  • This is a long pedestrian walking precinct that is covered by hundreds of mostly plane trees. Lots of interesting shops and stalls along it.  more »
  • I was shocked how many people were there...Its crazy... Shops bars restaurants market stalls but I didnt like the prices and I loved the buildings and the streets... I went a week ago 23rd of May..If ...  more »
  • Some great local architecture not built by Gaudi and a quiet place to stroll or even site and people watch.  more »
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  • Outstanding way to begin our trip to Spain! Paella was outstanding and the host ordered us champagne for no reason!! Lovely way to dine al fresco! Attentive staff and reasonable pricing!
  • Food was tasty enough but cold even allowing for the fact that in Spain food is never piping hot like back home.
  • 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.