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Gay Friendly City Center Walking Tour in Barcelona
"Once your guide meets you at your hotel you will start this 3-hour tour heading to Plaza de Catalunya passing through one of the city's main streets Paseo de Gracia. As you stroll through this area you will enjoy a delightful promenade observing all the modernism architecture like La Pedrera Casa Batlló Casa Amatller Casa Lleó i Morera
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Barcelona Gourmet Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show
"After meeting your guide in central Barcelona near Palau de la Musica take a leisurely stroll to Eixample to discover a tapas gem one of Barcelona’s Modernist-style bars. The bar serves up delicious small plates of Catalan favorites such as pa amb tomàquet (bread with olive oil and tomatoes) and patates braves (potatoes with oil red pepper and chili served with aioli). Watch the chef prepare the food and then sit down to savor a plate and a drink while hearing tales about Catalan cuisine.Walk off your snack with a stroll to Born
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Barcelona Segway Tour: Barri Gòtic and La Barceloneta
Barcelona Segway Tour: Barri Gòtic and La Barceloneta "Choose from a selection of start times and then meet your guide in central Barcelona. Put on your helmet and enjoy a training session to get familiar with your two-wheeled Segway. Once you feel at ease follow your guide and glide through the city on one of two routes:2-Hour Tour:Your first stop is Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic in the center of the old city. Home to a labyrinthine tangle of streets the neighborhood contains some of the city’s most impressive 15th-century architecture. Admire stately buildings sitting cheek-by-jowl with sidewalk cafes
From EUR59.00

Las Ramblas Tips (187)

La Rambla Tourist Central 2

part two of my tips with more pictures around Las RamblasThe Populas Las Ramblas of Barcelona is like an open tree-lined pedestrian mall that starts across the Plaça de Catalunya and ends at the...
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machomikemd
Sep 09, 2016

La Rambla Tourist Central 1

The Populas Las Ramblas of Barcelona is like an open tree-lined pedestrian mall that starts across the Plaça de Catalunya and ends at the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell and is about 1.3...
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machomikemd
Sep 09, 2016

Tourist Central

The Populas Las Ramblas of Barcelona is like an open tree-lined pedestrian mall that starts across the Plaça de Catalunya and ends at the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell and is about 1.3...
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machomikemd
Sep 09, 2016

Tourist Central

The Populas Las Ramblas of Barcelona is like an open tree-lined pedestrian mall that starts across the Plaça de Catalunya and ends at the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell and is about 1.3...
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machomikemd
Sep 09, 2016

A street with shady trees. What's the big fuss

I have to say that I am at a loss to understand the fuss about Las Ramblas. As an iconic street it does not have much to recommend it. Whilst the trees are shady, there are far too few benches along...
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Orchid
Sep 08, 2016

DIFFERENT FACES OF LAS RAMBLAS

As you walk down Las Ramblas it is broken up into quite distinct sections. The top is mostly just cabins selling magazines, postcards etc Then there are all the entertainers - those human statue types...
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hevbell
Jul 06, 2016

LAS RAMBLAS

The main thoroughfare in the centre of the city is Las Ramblas. Its really about five separate streets that all make up one long boulevard with a wide pedestrian area in the middle and traffic down...
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hevbell
Jul 05, 2016

Too busy and touristy

I liked it more when I was a child. Now it looks like a thematic park! In my opinion it has lost a lot of its original charm... Better to wander around some other nearby streets, like Carrer del...
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xalia
Jun 29, 2016

Check out Las Ramblas

So, if you travel to Barcelona you have to see Las Ramblas (Les Ramblas)! It is a well known street with many shops, street vendors, street performers, the gothic quarter, architecture, lots of...
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GracesTrips
Jan 10, 2016

The Columbus Monument.

Where La Rambla reaches the seafront, you will see the Columbus monument. Christopher Columbus stands pointing out to sea from the top of a high column. The base of the column is surrounded by lions...
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IreneMcKay
Jan 09, 2016

La Casa Bruno Cuadros

La Casa Bruno Cuadros is an extremely ornate building on La Rambla. It used to be an umbrella shop and is known by locals as the Casa dels Paraigües or House of Umbrellas.This building was refurbished...
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IreneMcKay
Jan 09, 2016

La Rambla.

La Rambla connects Plaça de Catalunya in the centre of Barcelona with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. This street is 1.2KM long. Traffic runs down both sides of La Rambla, but the...
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IreneMcKay
Jan 09, 2016
 
 
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Things to Do Near Las Ramblas

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Gran Teatre Del Liceu

GRan theater de Liceu was constructed in 1847, and competed with Theater Principal just one block away. It serves for the opera and other musical events. It is now a mundane facade with no street...
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Plaça Reial

About half way down the Rambla just off to the left hand side if you are facing towards the sea lies the Placa Reial. Plaça Reial means Royal Square. On the plaza there is an ornate fountain, many...
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Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

more pictures in the flamenco show this will be my things to do tip for the always packed flamenco show in La Rambla and or which If you don't have time to visit other areas of Spain, then you can...
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Palau Guell

The Palau Güell was designed and built between 1886 and 1888 by the architect Antoni Gaudí for the industrial tycoon Eusebi Güell. It was one of the first commissions Antoni Gaudí received at the...
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Teatre Principal

This is the main cultural theater for the city. Its roots go back to 1579 and has ties to the Santa Creu Holy Cross Hospital. It burned to the ground in 1587, but one year later was completely...
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Museum Erotica - CLOSED

Museum Erotica is definitely worth a visit. It is quite explicit and I think a bit more interesting than very similar museums in Amsterdam and Paris. Opening hours: 1 May - 30 September ALL WEEK :...
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