It goes without saying that Las Ramblas is one of Barcelona’s iconic places. It is the most well-known walk in the capital city, not just because of its central location, but also because it passes by a large number of points of interest. This path, which connects the port with the Plaza de Catalunya, is noticeable for its environment and dynamism. Would you like to explore Las Ramblas? Take note of all the places to see on your walk! If you stay at our central family hotel in Barcelona, you’ll have the jumping-off point for this route just steps away.

  1. Columbus Monument

The Las Ramblas route starts from the port of Barcelona, so you can take advantage of the opportunity to admire one of the most iconic monuments in the city. The Columbus Monument was built in honor of the historical figure, since he chose the Catalan capital as the starting point for his trip to America.

  1. Wax Museum

After the Columbus Monument, the next point of interest is the Wax Museum. Without a doubt it is one of the most picturesque museums in the city, where you will have a chance to see some of our most important historical figures.

Wax Museum in Barcelona

  1. Palacio Güell

El Palacio Güell is another architectural marvel that carries the seal of Gaudí. This singular building was conceived as a family home, and inside you can observe a masterful use of light and space.

  1. Plaza Real

La Plaza Real is one of Barcelona’s most enchanting spaces. You’ll love stopping here on your route through Las Ramblas. The plentiful palm trees, terraces, and beautiful porticoes make it irresistible.

  1. Gran Teatro del Liceo

Just steps from the Plaza Real, the Gran Teatro del Liceo is impossible not to notice. It surprises you even from far away, but inside it hold fascinating spaces like the Hall of Mirrors.

Teatro Liceu on Las Ramblas, Barcelona

The attraction par excellence along Las Ramblas is this enormous market, always packed with people. Let yourself be carried away by the scents and colors, and be sure to come hungry. An endless array of gastronomic options awaits you inside.

  1. Las Canaletas Fountain

Tradition says that anyone who drinks from this iron fountain will return to this beautiful city. So it’s up to you!

Plaza Catalunya Barcelona

  1. Plaza de Catalunya

The end of your route through Las Ramblas is marked by the Plaza de Catalunya, undeniably the most famous plaza in the city. It is flanked by various shopping centers, bars, and restaurants, so take advantage of the chance to refuel!

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