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Summary for Las Ramblas and Living Statues

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"Las Ramblas and Living Statues"

Tree lined pedestrian street running between Raval and Gotico neighbourhoods, from Barcelona Port to Plaza Catalunya, Known for its living statues and kiosks.

Address: La Rambla, Barcelona. 8002

Summary of prices for Las Ramblas and Living Statues

Train/Bus Fare Entry Ticket Additional Information
Adult Zone 1 T-casual Free
Child Free
Group/Family Ticket:
Notes: Public boulevard.
Free day:

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About Las Ramblas and Living Statues

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Las Ramblas was an old open brook that ran alongside the outer walls of the old city. Over time as the city grew and was expanded to include what is now the Raval Neighbourhood this brook became a busy throughfare. In the 1500s The brook was submerged and paved over and trees planted to make what is now the modern day Rambla.

La Rambla is actually five streets in succession: the Rambla de Canaletes, the Rambla dels Estudis, the Rambla de Sant Josep, the Rambla dels Caputxins and the Rambla de Santa Monica. Collectively know as La Rambla, they form the 1.2km long boulevard.

La Rambla is the seperation between the neighbourhood of Raval and Gotico.

There are 4 Nearby Attractions

"Palau Guell castle style house"

Palau Guell castle style house

Former Mansion of Eusebi Guell (and now Museum) designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1886 and Recently restored in 2011. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Updated: Sep 16, 2021
"Plaza Reial Grand square"

Plaza Reial Grand square

Grand Plaza built on the site of former monastery in 1835. Known for its nightlife, restaurants and Antoni Gaudi lamp posts.
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"Liceo Theatre Grand Opera House"

Liceo Theatre Grand Opera House

Ornate Grand Opera house dating from 1837, offering guided tours as well as concerts and plays.
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"La Boqueria Sant Josep Food Market"

La Boqueria Sant Josep Food Market

The oldest and most famous food market in Barcelona located in Raval off las Ramblas. Market is surrounded by small tapas bars and restaurants.
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Updated: Sep 16, 2021

Visiting Las Ramblas and Living Statues

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Today it is a pedestrianised boulevard known for its human statues near the Drassanes end. (Performers dressed up as living statues, standing perfectly still until someone makes a donation.) If you make a donation most will let you take a photo. From Liceo to Plaza Catalunya Las Ramblas has flower and seed stands and several newspaper and magazine stands.

Notable places in Las Ramblas are the Plaza Reial, Liceo theatre, La boqueria food market and Plaza Catalunya.

Getting To Las Ramblas and Living Statues

Las Ramblas Runs from TMB METRO Drasanes via TMB METRO Liceo and TMB METRO Plaza Catalunya. All on the green (L3) Line.

Warning: This part of Barcelona suffers from pick pocket thieves so ensure all zips and flaps on bags are done up and keep an eye on your belongings at all times. Thieves ride past on bicycles to steal off of tables or out of hands, Or are disguised as beggers so be extra vigilant.

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