Las Ramblas

La Rambla, Barcelona


La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona, popular with tourists and locals alike. A tree-lined pedestrian mall, it stretches for 1.2 kilometres connecting Plaça de Catalunya in the centre with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. One of the most famous boulevards in Barcelona La Rambla is the main attractions and entertainment point for tourists and locals. La Rambla can be crowded, especially during the height of the tourist season. Its popularity with tourists has affected the character of the street, with a move to pavement cafes and souvenir kiosks. Extensions at either end of the Rambla also carry the name Rambla, but are not normally considered part of La Rambla itself. Over the next few centuries, La Rambla became established as a centre of Barcelona city life, a long wide thorough fare used for festivals, markets, and sports. Several large religious establishments were also built along the street during different periods. These include the Jesuit Bethlehem monastery and college.

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  • Dioelena Ramirez

    - 13 October 2015 -

    Mal servicio!

  • Paco Ubeda

    - 20 September 2015 -

    Excelente sabor!

  • Vivian de Lima

    - 06 May 2015 -


  • Zeibeat

    - 26 April 2015 -

    Tourist trap...

  • Vincent Toch

    - 30 June 2014 -

    If you want to pay €21 euros for a sangria, you should come here.

  • Ebru Konyar

    - 08 May 2014 -

    worst place in barcelona avoid this place they are cheater we paid 16 € for a medium size sangria and 8 € for a medium size beer DONT GO THERE

  • Aline Constancio

    - 15 September 2013 -

    Um rouboooooo. Uma sangria 18 euros

  • Gül

    - 15 December 2012 -

    Avoid that! One piece of pizza and one sangria costs 20 € !!

  • Helena Pontes

    - 02 May 2012 -

    Son ladrones! Te hablan el precio despues que comes... 25 euros por una sangria y una baguete es un robo.

  • Giuseppe Basile

    - 20 November 2011 -

    Worst place in Barcelona. Lowest quality highest price!

Las Ramblas tours

City Sightseeing Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Discover the ancient, medieval and modern sights of Barcelona on the convenient and flexible City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. Choose between a 1-day and 2-day ticket and enjoy access to 3 routes and 40 tour stops in total. Passengers can hop on and off at any of the tour stops along the routes...

Barcelona Hop-on Hop Off Tour: East to West Route

See Barcelona at your own pace on a one-day or two-day hop-on hop-off tour. With two interconnected routes, this tour is the easiest way to get around Barcelona and see all the sights. Get a bird's eye view of the cobbled medieval streets of Las Ramblas, discover the Port Olímpic beachfront promenade...

Tapas Evening Walking Tour of Barcelona

Combine gourmet food and Catalan culture on a pre-dinner walking tour of Barcelona's famous tapas bars. It's a great way to begin your visit of Barcelona - not only do you get an overview of this fabulous city, you also learn how to order tapas (bar snacks) and discover some of the best bars and cafes...

Barcelona Shore Excursion: Barcelona City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

No matter what cruise ship you arrive on, this is the perfect do-it-yourself shore excursion in Barcelona. This double-decker open-top bus tour can be met at the Port of Barcelona (Port Olímpic - stop 6), which is a 15-minute walk from the cruise terminals. A hop-on hop-off tour is the best way for...

Barcelona Electric Bike Tour with Tapas and Drinks

Combine Barcelona sightseeing by electric bike with tapas and drinks on a 3.5-hour city tour, led by a local guide! Fun and safe, the bike has an electric motor that kicks in as soon as you pedal, so your energy is saved for sightseeing. See landmarks such as El Born Cultural Centre and Frank...

Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona

Visit the Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona, close to the famous La Rambla. Enjoy its stylish new look and see such memorabilia as: A Prince vest worn on the back cover of his 1988 album Lovesexy, a dark green Aria Pro II signed by the members of Metallica, a Fender Stratocaster custom-made for Bon Jovi...

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