When the Romans arrived in Barcelona, Lambra Street was still a muddy, slow-moving river. Rambla means "sand" (raml) in Arabic. Now, it has become one of the most famous boulevards in Europe, extending downward from Catalonia Square to the port area, spacious streets, streets lined with rows of tree trees used to shade, the first day we did not go to the direction of the harbour, but towards Catalonia Square, the streets crowded, noisy, Asian and African skin color, all kinds of language. Interlaced words, there is a feeling of Nanjing East Road, which is tourism, compared to the local people are very few. The shops on the street are really not characteristic, so they began to turn into small alleys, and have the feeling of wandering through the alleys in Shanghai. Many buildings have traces of burned walls, so the vicissitudes of history have been recorded, although unknown, the map can not find, or can not help but stop to take pictures. As for many people who call Lambra Street the Street of Wanderers, we have studied it from Mr. Yu Qiuyu's 2001 publication "There is no limit for pedestrians". Mr. Barcelona's theme is very clear. It's vagrancy. " Where did this come from, he explained - "The main street in the city is called Wanderer Street, which is crisp and neat. There is a very similar word in English, spelled ramble, which means "walk, roam", so Mr. Yu took Spanish as English and translated Rambla into "vagrant".
The most comfortable Boulevard Hotel has a high cost performance. The street is full of restaurants, bars and shops. It's very busy. Most importantly, the next street is the famous Garcia Avenue. Shopping and scenic spots are located in several nearby streets. It is the busiest commercial shopping and tourist center in Barcelona. Art and Commerce combine well. You might as well go shopping, have a meal, watch an opera, visit Mira's house, and then walk to the harbour to have a good day. Over 5 points.
The Bolivian market on Lambra Avenue is well-known. It's like a paradise for food. The world of colors is the first time to find that the original market can be such Fancy. Although there are almost all tourists in it, the price is very affordable, and fresh and delicious (pushing the juice inside, tasting fresh and delicious). The beach is at the end of the whole Lambra Avenue. It's very hot. Noisy, many famous shopping malls and scenic spots are gathered here, where every tourist must go. ~Here, we should pay attention to pickpockets, more mixed people.~
It's really a beautiful street, the most famous sculptures of all kinds can be seen from the port, but they are all taken with money. Along the street, besides various shops or restaurants, there will be coffee shops, stalls selling flowers, crafts, refrigerator stickers, flower seeds, seafood rice and so on. It feels great when night falls, just be careful. Your own wallet or backpack, because there are too many thieves! Bogueria Market is also on this street. At the end of the street is Fountain Square. The beautiful hotels are sometimes dressed up as Monroe scratching your head on the balcony, although I don't know what she wants to do.
The famous Lambra Avenue, connecting the port to the city center, is also a shortcut through the old city. Lambra, a form of road between two sides of the road. There are all kinds of snacks, fruits and gadgets on Bogalia Avenue. They are of good quality and low price. It's the best time for Barcelona to do nothing, to think nothing, to walk along Lambra Avenue to the harbour, and to be dazed in the sun.
Barcelona's busiest pedestrian street connects Catalonia Square and Columbus Square. The day before yesterday, there was a terrorist attack that shocked the world. On Lambra Avenue tonight, at the scene of the terrorist attack two days ago, countless people spontaneously sent flowers, toys, candles and mourning to the victims. Visitors use various languages to write down their wishes for the city, including the Chinese "Barcelona, Come on" - - beyond the emotions of nationality, region and ethnic groups, which is very touching and a rare lesson.
Lambra Avenue is the main commercial street in Barcelona. In the middle of the street is the pedestrian street. On both sides are small restaurants and shops selling Souvenir Fridge stickers. On both sides are narrow motor lanes. There are many street artists in the street dressing up as bronze statues. They are frightened when they move. Of course, you can take photos with them, but remember to tip them.
Lambra Avenue is a famous boulevard leading to the old port of Barcelona. The first half is mainly catering and crafts, while the off-duty part mainly concentrates on the performances of artists and the arts of art. The whole street is bustling with people coming and going. It also passes through many famous scenic spots.
Walking on the most famous Boulevard in Barcelona - Lambra Street, in the Bogorian market, in front of all kinds of bustling stalls, tourists flock. In front of the Columbus Memorial Tower, the old harbour harbour harbour is full of yachts and yachts. Compared with the beach palms of the new harbour, it has a quiet charm of the years. Guer Park, Mira House, Bartro Apartment, Saint Family Cathedral, Gaudi's architectural works, like Barcelona's soul, highlight the city's different characteristics and tastes. Slow rhythm, leisure, enthusiastic Barcelona waiting to meet you.
Lambra Avenue is a busy pedestrian Avenue in central Barcelona, once known as "the most beautiful avenue in the world". Visitors and locals roam the streets all year round. Bookshops, flower shops and food kiosks line up on both sides of the street. The palaces and historic sites standing near Lambra Avenue are endless. If you have time, you can stroll slowly here, palaces and historic sites, sculpture fountains, restaurant cuisine, shop stalls, street performances will always attract your attention.