Barcelona - La Rambla & Barri Gotic (PDF Chapter)
This is the La Rambla & Barri Gòtic chapter from Lonely Planet’s Barcelona guidebook.
La Rambla, Spain’s most talked-about boulevard, packs a lot of colour into a short walk, with flower stands, historic buildings, a produce market and a ceaselessly changing parade of people from all corners of the globe.
- take in Barcelona’s liveliest street scene on La Rambla, with its human statues, open-air restaurants, flower stalls and saunterers from every corner of the globe
- explore the spectacular cloister, shadowy chapels, nooks and crannies of La Catedral, Barcelona’s magnificent Gothic masterpiece
- walk through the subterranean ruins of Roman-era ‘Barcino’ in the Museu d’Història de Barcelona
- restaurants & bars
Coverage includes: Neighbourhood Top Five, Local Life, Getting There & Away, Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping, Sports & Activities.
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