Visit the World's Most Famous Streets

By Condé Nast Traveler - 2014-03-24T16:47:28Z

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La Rambla


Commonly (and incorrectly) referred to as Las Ramblas, this central Barcelona street connects the city’s famed Christopher Columbus monument with Placa de Catalunya. Hard to believe La Rambla is less than a mile long, but its lush, tree-lined and café-laden pedestrian zone is arguably the most popular stretch for people watching in the city, if not the country.

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