Extending from the Liceu on the Ramblas to Plaça Sant Jaume, this is where Saint James' Church was constructed in ... More
Extending from the Liceu on the Ramblas to Plaça Sant Jaume, this is where Saint James' Church was constructed in the fourteenth century, on the site of an ancient synagogue. Today only the facade of this church remains. The rest of the buildings on the street are from later periods. It's only recently that it has been changed to a walking street, making it much more pleasurable to stroll along. There are a lot of shops and cafes here as well - check out the grocers' shops that still have wonderful display windows like in the past.
This is a series of streets joined together one after the other, that lead from Plaça Catalunya to the sea.
The word rambla comes from the Arabic term, ramla, which means a riverbed, and these streets actually used to ...
Situated in a beautiful heritage building, right in the heart of Barcelona, the Alternative Creative Youth Home Hostel is the
perfect base from which to enjoy the city and make the most of its incredible opportunities. The hostel was ...
Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona is a huge white mass of a building designed by Richard Meier. It combines elements
of contemporary American architecture with the Mediterranean rationalist tradition. It opened to the public in 1995, showing a permanent ...