A very characteristic side street in the Gothic Quarter, the distance between the two sides is very narrow, not very long. Because of this feature, many people are attracted to visit, and there are also many cafes and restaurants around.
Badelichu pedestrian street is located in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, very close to the Ramblas. This is actually a small alley, very narrow, with shops and places to eat on both sides. Although it is only a small alley, it is quite flavorful, it is worth a walk, recommended!
This is a small street in Barcelona, on the east side of La Rambla. The road is very narrow, not so much a street as an alley. On both sides of the street are small shops with various characteristics, which are very flavorful when shopping.
A small street parallel to the east side of La Rambla. Although it is only 3 meters wide and 130 meters long, no one knows it locally. In the 1950s, this street became the first pedestrian street in Barcelona. In fact, this is a very special street.
There is a small and famous pedestrian street in the local area with convenient traffic.