In La Rambla which is also known as Las Ramblas you can really feel the energy coming from the diversity of people there. This is a wonderful quarter of Barcelona, which consists of a famous market (La Boqueria) that is worth purchasing some food and fruits at. There are many street performers out on the street craving your attention and wanting your money. There is also a vast majority of tapas restaurants that is easily accessible as mentioned on my previous post about Las Ramblas. I have to admit that most tapas restaurants along La Rambla are very pricey due to the amount of tourists strolling around La Rambla. It’s cheaper to have your meal just away from the La Rambla perhaps around little side streets you’ll find some good reasonable price for Tapas restaurants.
It’s easy to get distracted in La Rambla while walking through the crowded street as the performers are absolutely eye catching. The bars, ice cream shops and restaurants are within easy access if you are staying in La Rambla. You can also sit down in the middle of the foot path where chairs and tables are available for customers to have a beer and watch people walk pass. I also mentioned on my previous blog post that in La Ramba there are plenty of hotels available however they tend to be overpriced due to its location. In La Rambla you can also find many creative works designed by locals. Most of their costumes are generally appropriate to weather.
Have fun :)