This 1.3 km long CityWalk is one of the city's most famous places and also one of it's most important avenues. Starting at the Placa Catalunya a large square in central Barcelona and ending in the beachfront at the Maremagnum.
The Ramblas are always crowded with tourists and local artists that act like human statues, The Ramblas are always animated. Full of terraces and bars where you can have a drink or a meal, or just sit and watch people pass by.
At The Ramblas you can visit historic buildings like The Liceu theatre or the popular market La Boquería. Next to the old city port is the place to find small markets, cartoonists or painters. One of its side streets takes to the Placa Real, with plenty of smalls breweries and restaurants, and where stamp collectors and money collectors get together on weekends.
The Rambla de Mar, is a wooden walkway that connects to the Maremagnum shopping center, Barcelona's only mall opened 365 days a year, and where the most famous brands of the world have stores. About 13 million people visit it every year.
The Rambla de Canaletas has the famous fountain where FC Barcelona's fans get together after important wins; the Barri Gotic or Gothic Quarter is at the east of Las Ramblas. It is an entanglement of millimetric streets and smalls squares that connect with each other.
El Raval Quarter is at the west, and if famous for its nightlife and cabarets. It hosts famous buildings, among the Palau Guell, by the famous architect Carles Gaudi.