When it comes to the city's most exciting playground, La Rambla (Lambra Avenue) is the best choice. This Golden Avenue is not only a flower, bird, insect and fish distribution center, but also a stage for street performers. There are also street markets and Flamingo dance venues which must be full every night. No wonder tourists like crucian carp all day long.
Full of street art and beautiful scenery, straight to the seaside, must go to the place
This is the lifeline of Barcelona! It runs from the Port Olympic / Christopher Columbus Statue all the way deep into the heart of the commercial and residential area of the city. Walking the entire length of it is a feat, but one that will be sure to entertain. In the lower portion of the Ramblas the experience is much more colorful. Cheap hostels are found right off the strip, strange petshops and flea markets abound and you can find street performers that travel the world over to come to The Ramblas to perform.
Having spent a whole day in Gaudi's works Casa Battl &3; / Park Gu &5; ll Casa Mil &4; / Sagrada Famili it's hard to imagine a designer who can combine practicality and imagination to the utmost, and each work can be called the peak of art. It's hard to imagine that his inner world is totally white about architectural design. I have spent a whole day lamenting such a human genius or not. It's a fairy or a devil who has written tortilla de patatas and Sangria many times in the exam. Really super regret not having come in exchange for liking Spain ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah! Despite ordering, Brazilian + English and a dictionary, everywhere I heard that I was learning Spanish, I was crazy and I Practicar encouraged me to be really enthusiastic. The streets were always busy. There was always a group of young people singing and dancing and eating well. Ah, I don't want to go home. I want to stay here [tears]