On foot. Approximate duration: 3 hours.
The Rambla, which runs from the Plaça Catalunya to the Port; has been the heart of the city down through the centuries and today continues to be the most typical, popular and cosmopolitan of the city's streets. Our itinerary begins at the top of the Rambla where it opens into the Plaça Catalunya.
We list below all the points of interest that you find while wlaking down the Ramblas from Plaça Catalunya:
1- "Font de Canaletes"
Iron fountain dating from the 19th Century. One of the city´s landmarks.
2- Iglesia de Belén
At the junction with Carme street. Ancien Jesuit church. Catalan Gothic style interior.
3- Palau Moja
Located Opposite the Betlem church. Important house at the beginning of the 18th Century.
4- Palau de la Virreina
In Rambla nº 99, One of the most sumptuous buildings of the Rambla. There is an information office on the ground floor.
5- The Sant Josep or "Boquería" Market
Wrought iron building which houses one of the most popular and traditional of the city's food market
6- "Pla de la Boquería"
This is that part which lies between Hospital street and Boquería street. There is a mosaic by Joan Miró on the pavement.
7- Palau Güell
Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 3. The work of Antoni Gaudí. Built as the Barcelona residence of the Count Güell. The building houses the Museu de les Arts del Espectacle.
8- Plaça Reial
Square formed by unifrom buildings. Iron fountain in center. lamps-posts are the work of Gaudí.
9- Wax Museum
The building built in 1867 is part of the National Architectural in the exhibition of its figures, protagonists of the history and fantasy of mankind, justifies wordlwide acknowledgment.
10- "Reials Drassanes"
The most important and most complete medieval dockyards in existence are to be found at the end of the Rambla. The Maritim Museum is housed inside.
You can rent an apartment on the Ramblas from walking distance of all these points of interest.