Rumbles Barcelona is the most famous and bustling avenue in town, some like it and others are deterred by its crowds. Federico Garcia Lorca, a Spanish poet, said of La Rambla: “The only street in the world I would not want to end.” Here is all you need to know about Barcelona Ramblas

Ramblas is the main avenue of Barcelona and if you look at the map of Barcelona, ​​you can see that it extends over a mile and a quarter between Placa Catalunya and the port area of ​​Barcelona, ​​where the statue of Columbus is located. La Rambla, which is called the Rambla and the Rambla, is a very touristy boulevard, from which you can reach a number of important sites to visit, such as the famous Mercat de la Boqueria, which is on the western side of Ramblas Avenue and more Attractions in Barcelona which we will expand on later. Along the boulevard and its surroundings are dozens of hotels in Barcelona, ​​and anyone who wants to be in the center of things is recommended to stay in one of them.
Ramblas Avenue is divided into several parts, each named by another. You may not notice this as you walk along the noisy avenue, but if you stop occasionally you will notice the various signs

The first Rambla is called the Rambla de Canaletes after a 19th-century mythological fountain called the Canaletta Fountain.
The second Rambla is called the Rambla dels Estudis, named after the ancient university that was built there in the 16th century.
The third Rambla is called the Rambla de Sant Josep after an ancient monastery destroyed in the middle of the 20th century, on which the bazaar market was built.
The fourth Rambla is called the Rambla dels Caputxins, where the former Capuchin monastery was located and which now reaches the Real Square and the Lisau Theater.
The Fifth Rambla is called the Rambla de Santa Monica, also named after an ancient monastery that became an art museum with the Columbus Column and the Museum of Fine Arts and the Wax Museum.