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Las Ramblas Barcelona is an incredibly popular area that is made up of a bunch of small streets. Each has a different name and features various attractions including historic landmarks, restaurants, street performers, shops, bars, and much more.

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Best Hotels in Las Ramblas Barcelona

When you plan to travel to Barcelona Spain, one of the factors you should consider is what is the best area to stay in Barcelona. And there is no doubt that La Rambla is among the best places to stay in Barcelona.

You can book hotels in Barcelona near Las Ramblas or directly at Las Ramblas. There are many options, and you can choose the category you want according to your budget, from a hostel in Barcelona to a luxury hotel.

Hotels in Barcelona city center are always a perfect choice, but you can also find deals for hostels, guest houses, and top apartments at La Rambla, or nearby. If you are arriving in the Port of Barcelona or you are going to take a cruise ship, you'll also find deals on hotels near Barcelona cruise terminals. And Las Ramblas in Barcelona is nearby.

Click on the link below to open the hotel map of La Rambla and Barcelona city center. Find an accommodation in the location you prefer and book it now!

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Las Ramblas Barcelona - The Columbus Monument has a viewpoint at 60 m height

The Columbus Monument has a viewpoint at 60 m height

Barcelona Tourism Highlights at Las Ramblas Street

You will find that there are several Barcelona attractions to see just right in Las Ramblas. You could spend days just exploring this area. For example, there is the Erotica Museum, the Wax Museum, the Liceu Theater, the Columbus monument, the Maritime Museum, La Boqueria Market, the Ham Museum (unfortunately, the museum closed on December 31, 2017), and much more.

Speaking of the Columbus Monument, this is a great spot that definitely qualifies as the Best of Barcelona. This large memorial has a statue of Christopher Columbus at the top pointing to the sea.

There are budget boat trips that depart from in front of the Columbus monument. One company, Las Golondrinas, has been running tours since 1888, which was the year that the monument was completed. Your tour will include sightings of a variety of top places to visit in Barcelona including the forum site, the seafront, the marina, the Barcelona beach area, and much more.

Columbus Monument Viewpoint & Wine


Las Ramblas Barcelona - Rambla de Mar (Sea Ramblas) joining the Maremagnum area

Rambla de Mar (Sea Ramblas) joining the Maremagnum area

Interesting Facts of Las Ramblas

As you explore Las Ramblas, you will find that each street has its own distinctive character and flavor. One of the streets was recently continued on a wooden walkway called Rambla de Mar or "Sea Ramblas".

This bridge now joins together the rest of the Ramblas with the Maremagnum area, which is one of the top places to visit in Barcelona. This part of the city includes the Aquarium, and ample shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.

One of the Ramblas that is particularly intriguing is called Rambla de Canaletes where you'll find the font de Canaletes. According to legend, if you drink from this fountain, you will end up returning to the city.

After FC Barcelona victories, you will see fans collect together at this fountain to celebrate. The Font de Canaletes is the meeting point for the FC Barcelona fans. This tradition began all the way back in the 1930s.

There is also the Rambla dels Caputxins where the Liceu opera house is located. This building is an exciting Barcelona tourism attraction as it is the largest opera house in the country. This Rambla also includes the Plaza Reial and the famous Miro mosaic.

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Las Ramblas Barcelona - La Boqueria is one of the most important markets in the city

La Boqueria is one of the most important markets in the city

Barcelona Attractions for the Foodies

One thing you will notice is that Las Ramblas is full of restaurants and all types of food. One of the Barcelona attractions that food lovers like to frequent in La Rambla is La Boqueria market.

We offer a Tapas Tour that visits La Boqueria market, as well as other traditional places in the neighborhood. These places are on the Best of Barcelona list where food is emphasized. Be prepared to enjoy lots of free tasty samples!

One word of caution, however, some parts of Las Ramblas can be a little seedy. But no matter what part of the area you may be in, many pickpockets prey on tourists. Be sure to keep a close eye on your belongings and try not to look too lost!

Tapas tour including La Boqueria Market at Las Ramblas


Las Ramblas Barcelona - Get free entry to the Ham Museum with the Barcelona Card

Get free entry to the Ham Museum with the Barcelona Card (unfortunately, the museum closed on December 31, 2017)

Las Ramblas is Packed with Various Attractions

Since La Rambla is such a popular area, there are lots of coupons available for its various attractions. For example, we offer a variety of discounted walking tours as well as discount admission to some of the places to visit in Barcelona mentioned above.

You can also find similar discounts when you buy the Barcelona Card. Be sure to plan ahead and have these discounts ready. There is so much to do in La Rambla that otherwise you could end up spending a fortune!

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Las Ramblas Barcelona - A regular crowd in one of the busiest streets of the city

A regular crowd in one of the busiest streets of Barcelona city

La Rambla in Barcelona is a Busy Street

The various streets go successively towards the Port of Barcelona. Las Ramblas is not only full of tourists but also locals.

Once in ancient times, Las Ramblas was just a gully with a stream fed by storms. The term "Rambla" is Arabic and means dry stream. Back until the early 1700's, this was a path that divided old city walls from the convents on the other side.

Today, this area has been completely transformed into one of the busiest streets in all of Europe!