There are a lot of things to see and do in the Catalan Capital. If you want to experience the urban center through a local?utes eyes, or want to visit all the touristic sights, The capital is a place which will give you the best stories. Though visiting the preferred sights, such as Las Ramblas, La Sagrada Familia and La Pedrera, is very important for some, one of the best ways to experience and comprehend Barcelona is to hang around like locals perform. With this in mind, here are some tips for your perfect day as being a local in The capital!
Rambla de Catalunya
Just up out of Pla?a Catalunya you?ll find Rambla de Catalunya, don’t be confused with the more been to and touristy Las Ramblas located close by. Much like the other Ramblas, Rambla dom Catalunya is also a street with no shortage of shops and eating spots, but gives a far more quiet and native atmosphere with its thee-lined tracks. Here you can find a lot of high street stores, together with small, independent shops. This kilometre-long boulevard will give you the opportunity to experience a more tranquil side to the town while remaining in the very center of Barcelona.
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