The Plaza Royale is adjacent to La Rambla. The area of the square is small. There are a row of arcades surrounded by neoclassical buildings. It is now occupied by many cafes. There is a round girl fountain in the center of the square and a street lamp on each side. When Di was 19 years old, he participated in an award-winning work in a municipal construction competition. On the head of the street lamp is a helmet with wings, three and six lamp arms, symbolizing the glory of Barcelona and its commercial strength. These street lamps are gas lamps and have lost their function as street lamps. They are still in the Royal Plaza and are only for tourists to watch.
The Royal Plaza is adjacent to the Ramblas and constitutes a famous tourist attraction. There are many restaurants and some of the most famous clubs in the city, including Sidecar, Jamboree and Karma. It is also known for its many outdoor areas and is a popular meeting place in the summer. Open-air concerts are held at La Mercè in September, while other festivals, such as New Year's Eve, are often very crowded. The square was designed by Casamajó in the 19th century and is a twin brother of the Garibaldi square in Mexico City. The street lights were designed by Antoni Gaudí.