Barcelona’s streets

Barcelona is best discovered by wandering through its streets and discovering all the hidden corners known to the locals, which will allow you to see not only the streets that they pass daily, but also to get to know the small details which shape the history of the city.

Barcelona has several streets worth visiting, each with their own identity. Some are known throughout the world and are therefore usually very crowded, such as La Rambla or the Passeig de Gràcia, and many others are less well-known by the majority of tourist who visit the city, but they are streets that you must visit if you want to get to know the ‘real’ Barcelona. For this reason we would like to give you some information about the smaller, less well-known streets of Barcelona that are known better to the locals and have something a little different to offer, as well as the most obvious tourist locations.

The most interesting streets in Barcelona

As we have mentioned above, there are a huge number of streets that are well worth a visit in Barcelona, so in this section we have listed a few of the most unique and charming, with the hope of adding to this list in the future.

La Rambla
The world-famous ‘La Rambla de Barcelona’ (also known as Las Ramblas) is without doubt the main street and the most famous street in the city....

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Paseo de Gracia - Passeig de Gràcia
Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia (also known in Spanish as Paseo de Gracia) is seen as one of the main arteries of the city, as well as the site of...

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Rambla de Catalunya
On the right hand side of the Eixample district, one of the most central areas of Barcelona and parallel to one of the other great roads in the city,...

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Rambla del Raval
The Rambla del Raval is located in the historic district of the Ciutat Vella, the Old Town, and specifically in the neighborhood from which it takes...

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In the heart of Barcelona, just a short walk from La Rambla, is one of the most historical narrow streets in the city, Carrer Petritxol (Petritxol...

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Rambla del Poblenou
Developed in the middle of the 19th century under the plan known as ‘Pla Cerdà’, the Rambla del Poblenou brought a breath of fresh air to what...

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