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What's a trip to Barcelona without taking a stroll down La Rambla. This vastly famous walkway is one of the most popular stretches in Europe as well as the world. Starting at the the Colon... Read More
What's a trip to Barcelona without taking a stroll down La Rambla. This vastly famous walkway is one of the most popular stretches in Europe as well as the world. Starting at the the Colon (Christopher Columbus Statue) by the beach, it goes until Plaza Catalunya dividing the Old City with the Gothic Quarter on one side and the Raval on the other. At the very top is the Eixample neighborhood, where the city expanded at the end of the 19th century. If you're looking for an entertaining and fun stroll, La Rambla won't disappoint. Featuring everything from street performers, to merchants selling books, art, portraits and even animals, this is a top Barcelona attraction. Just be sure to keep your purses closed and pockets zipped as it's also a haven for pickpockets.
- Things to Do with Kids: "Try and find the 'army man', it's impossible to make him move or even flinch"
- Attractions near Cruise Port: "Try to find the man sitting on the toilet"
- Free Things to Do: "Try to find the Soldier street performer - he's one of the best"
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Find the soldier he doesn't move"
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Barcelona's most exciting walkway full of street performers and vendors, ideal for kids
- Best for Attractions near Cruise Port Because: La Rambla is one of the busiest walkways in the world and a city 'must-see'
- Best for Free Things to Do Because: The city's most entertaining walkway, free of charge and full of exciting characters
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: One of the most famous walkways in Europe, a fun and exciting free activity