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Virtual Tour of Las Ramblas, Barcelona, Spain
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Kelly says:
"Very exciting to walk up and down - but watch your back. Pick-pocketers are rampant around here. I had two travel companions get taken for their wallets."
 
Lyndsey says:
"Las Ramblas is amazing, there is so many things to see there day & night. The stalls, the street entertainers or just watching the many different people walking up and down is fun. My favourite entertainer was The Big Baby. Away from the main street, Barcelona is a treasure trove of delights. Starting with the Gaudi features, his 3 buildings, Park Guell and all the benches and lamps that line the pavements. Theres a castle on Mountjuic which you get a cable car up to, with fabulous views of the coast and dock areas. For football fans, Camp Neu is a must see. Then right at the other end of Barcelona is Mount Tibidabo with an amazing Chapel with a huge figurine of Jesus on top. Reminds me of Brazil. After 3 days of finding and discovering everything I could. I still did not get enough of this fantastic city and will be heading back in 2026 to see the opening of the finished Segrada Famillia. If not well before. "
 
Lois Ronberg says:
"Why would Christopher Colombus spend everyday with his back to the Las Ramblas in Barcelona? Well I don't know but he sure is missing out on what must be the most talked about ''tourist walk'' in Spain. Start out at the sea/marina end, have a look at Christopher Colombus high on his mighty pedestal, looking out to sea, and then meander over to Las Ramblas for the best tourist treat in Barcelona. As you make you way up this pedestrian way smell the flowers, take time for a coffee or any other refreshment. Here, eating outdoors is memorable and what better place to sit and watch the world go by - just about everyone in the world (well Spanish tourists) do go by because it is the best place to be, when in Barcelona. Stalls include flowers, souvenirs, leather, pottery, artwork, food, trinkets, and expect a bargain or two as you ramble... and whatever you do, make a donation and photograph the truly professional ‘’statues’‘ which are some of the best ‘stationery thespians’‘ I’ve ever seen, anywhere in the world. Now, never ever go to Las Ramblas without calling at the covered MARKET..... I've heard international chefs say Boqueria Mercat is the best in the world. I agree, wholeheartedly. I would never visit Barcelona without going to Las Ramblas and the market. From the minute you walk into this ‘’food heaven’‘ every one of your senses is in overdrive. I have never seen some of the fruit and vegetables which are so stunningly presented here. Get your camera ready for constant clicking. Stop and have a fresh sardine meal, with a local beer, at a little market bar, buy the freshest of fish; some of them are still alive! The market is a tourist attraction in itself and one I visualize often, as I prepare my daily meals. Your Barcelona tourism highlight starts here Make the leisurely and casual stroll; take your time, soak up all a Las Ramblas experience offers: feel alive, visit Las Ramblas in Barcelona, you’ll remember it forever."
 
Liz Seakins says:
"The market is a great place for breakfast"
 
Steve Field says:
"Great street entertainment with lots of inventive living statues. On hot days take a break halfway up in the covered market, so much choice in there for iced fresh fruit drinks"
 
Nancy says:
"the month of september is the time for barcelona. the weather is perfect and that is also when the city has their annual festivals. nothing but a good time in september."
 
Dragnea Alexandru says:
"best pedestrian way in the world"
 

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