Placa Reial, Spanish, Royal Square, is located near La Rambla off Carrer de Ferran in the Barri Gotic area of the city. It was built in 1830. The buildings around the square were reconstructed on the basis of the original St. Franciscans. The structure of the building was basically the same. Some of the builders were able to see signs of navigation and exploration in the Americas. Part of the square was designed by a very young Antoni Gaudi. People who love Gaudi must not miss it, especially the street lamp, which looks like a soldier's helmet, from Gaudi's handwriting. The street lamp of Royal Square is the first work that Gaudi has just qualified as an architect. The shape of the iron helmet has begun to show his unique style. There is a fountain in the middle. There are many palm trees around it. The square is full of bars and restaurants. It is very busy all year round. During the day, it was quiet and quiet. I passed by several times and thought it was a common square. There were too many squares in Spain. Until one evening, when I passed by, I was shocked by the buzzing atmosphere and found an open-air restaurant. Sangria drank and felt like Spanish. The area around the square, Esgoodeyer Street and Abinio Street, was once famous for its indulgent and unconstrained atmosphere. It is said that the inspiration of Picasso's masterpiece "Avenon Girl" came from here.
The Royal Square, next to Lambra Street, looks like a palm tree planted in a closed courtyard. The unique street lamp on the square is Gaudi's masterpiece. At the same time, the architectural pattern is full of strong Arab characteristics. Neili is also very lively. There are various restaurant and bar performances, which are good places to visit Lambra and the Gothic Special Administrative Region for rest.
The square near Lambra Avenue is located in the Gothic Special Administrative Region. The more closed square is surrounded by small stalls on sunny days, like a flea market. There are ancient books and newspapers, minority antiques, special handicraft and so on. Palm trees and Gaudi street lamps were planted all around. It's very distinctive. It's very lively. Fashion Travel Blogger @kymicochan
The open pedestrian square is surrounded by neoclassical buildings built between 1848 and 1859. Palm-shaded squares, scaled cafes, shoemakers and small shops add some unique flavor to the square. The fountain in the centre of the square is lined with Gaudi's reflective street lamps. Every Sunday morning there is a stamp money market here.
The Royal Square is right next to Lambra Avenue. On the side are restaurants and bars, with lots of shed selling small goods in the middle. There are many tourists and many performers. When sitting in an open-air seat for dinner, you must pay attention to your belongings. In addition, there are many restaurants in the alleys near the square. Ps: The cover of the destination is not the Royal Square. It's near the King's Square, here is the Great Palace.
The Royal Square is not on the edge of Lambra Avenue. The house surrounding the square separates it from Lambra Avenue, but a passage is left. If you look carefully, you can still find this small plaza. Square is not big, square, surrounded by four-storey buildings, under the building there are continuous arches exposed below the corridor, there is a circular fountain in the middle, surrounded by a circle of restaurants divided by many open-air places, I went to the day just coincided with the market, the square stalls stand, quite a number of people, the most surprising thing is that many people around the square lamp post view. I don't know what's magical about this lamp post at first. Since everyone is watching it, I took a picture on it. Later, I found out that the lamp post was designed by Gaudi. Come on, what can I say? It's just luck. I bumped into it by mistake.