If you are tired from strolling in the square next to it, you can come to this old commercial street. Not only can you stroll, but there are also many cafes to stop your feet. It’s not bad, but note that there are many residents in this street, so take pictures Pay attention to it.
A very interesting old street, the main color is goose yellow. Although it looks mottled in some places, it feels good. There are many beautiful workshops on this street, as well as some restaurants and cafes.
This street is just beside Plaza Espanya. A very tasteful historical street, there are many small shops to shop for some things, and there are many coffee shops worthwhile to sit in, but these shops are open late.
Margotá Street is not very far from Plaza de España. Walk for five or six minutes. There are shops selling goods and coffee shops on both sides of the street. Sit down and take a rest to see the people coming and going.
This ancient street is a filming location for the Roman Holiday. There were relatively few people in the accident. I chose an afternoon to take a stroll. The buildings on both sides of the street were basically closed, but they were quite quiet.