27-05-2019

The most visited streets of Barcelona

The most visited streets of Barcelona

Barcelona is a charming city full of well-known streets: those that appear in the guides and in the media. Streets that stand out for their monumentality and history, very busy where the movement of people give a life and a unique environment and where services and accommodation, especially university apartments in Barcelona, ??is very varied. But Barcelona also keeps streets with charm and history, calmer and that allow us to know the city from another perspective. In them you can also find, besides a wide offer of shared student apartments, everything you need to live comfortably.

 

 

 

Las Ramblas or La Rambla is the best-known promenade in Barcelona. It extends from the Plaza de Cataluña to the port of the city. The name of it is of Arabic origin and means "sandy riverbed" because when it rained the water came down from the mountains through it. With the construction of the hospital in this it became the first largest street in Barcelona. Today it is very busy and is marked by various kiosks, cafes, restaurants, shops and numerous student apartments in Barcelona. It also houses famous buildings, such as the Palace of the Virreina, the Liceo Theater or the Boquería Market and numerous shows by street artists that give it a very bohemian feel.

 

The Passeig de Gràcia today is one of the main avenues of Barcelona. In ancient times it was known as the Camino de Jesús, a road for cars that linked the center of Barcelona with the old town of Gràcia. Nowadays, it is considered one of the most touristic of the Catalan city and it gathers important business centers, commercial areas and the most elite student flats of Barcelona. Not only that, but it is one of the great showcases of modernist architecture to house the works of Gaudí, declared World Heritage.

 

Perhaps less known is the Passeig del Born, but with a unique charm. In antiquity it hosted jousting tournaments of the knights and the celebrations of Holy Week and the Carnivals. Today is a modern neighborhood, but still retains that medieval halo; just look at the names of the streets that make it up: Cotoners, Sabatería, Assaonador ... At night it becomes a great leisure area, perhaps the busiest for young and not so young.

 

Parallel Avenue is another of the great avenues that you can find in the city. It extends from the Plaza de España to practically the sea. It is marked by numerous theaters where you can enjoy numerous works or musicals.

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