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Barcelona's most famous street was once a dry riverbed. Now, La Rambla is a 1200-metre boulevard, and a major draw for visitors. During the day, La Rambla fills with pedestrians, some of which stroll past impressive human statues and artists while others take a break to people-watch while enjoying a drink at one of the many terraces. Housed here is the iconic Boqueria Market that offers one of the most varied and appetising selections of local produce and specialty meats and treats. While it’s important for tourists to keep an eye on their belongings at all times, this area is most safely explored in the daytime and is a must see for everyone who visits.
Drinkable water tap, with history and connection to the Barcelona football club. In earlier times, before the internet, fans would gather here to await news of the football club's away games because the building behind the faucets housed a news agency
We walked by and smelled the waffles so we walked in... not to mention the cute desserts and pastries they have on display. Coffee was excellent and prices were decent, not like other places on this street that rip you off. Also, they have Inside and outside seating.
Unsure of where to.go for food we stopped off here. Typical American styles sports bar which offered a good selection on their menu for bar food. Staff were very friendly and polite. Ideal place for a bigger and a beer without being too over priced.
We dropped in before a Flamenco show a few doors down and were pleasantly surprised at the service and ambiance. After the show we returned for a few more drinks and Gabriel was very attentive and provided good suggestions.
We went to the Jasmin Experience as it was part of our Barcelona card.
They had cancelled a tour due to staff shortages however they managed to sneak us in. We thoroughly enjoyed it. It was an interesting tour (however we did at times feel like we were in a pig escape room!)
The tasting at the end was the...
The entrance to this small hotel has a low profile but it's in a perfect location for getting around, it is walking distance to many of the good sites and la Rambla is right outside the front door. The room was not huge but it was very comfortable, the bathroom was a good size with a nice sink and walk-in...
Very nice hotel in a very convenient location. Rooms are clean and comfortable. Staff are very helpful and friendly. The only downside is the noise from La Rambla at night which is to be expected but might be less obvious on a higher floor. Would definately stay here again.
This hotel it is located in Las Ramblas - wow! super great location. If you want a good Flamenco show it is just across this hotel
Personnel was nice and very friendly.
The only thing I would complain is that the beds are not that comfortable, but after walking all day and being that tired I really didn't mind much...
No milk to go with the tea and no coffee on the tea tray, did not eat here so cannot comment on the food, but reception very helpful, great location on the Rambles everything on your doorstep, lovely lady on reception that was very helpful when we could not get our safe locker to work
Staff is friendly and will give you many tips on the city sites if you ask. Oriente is located on Las Ramblas street. The Metro, La Boqueria Market, Tableo Cordobés Flamenco, City metro, Hop On-Hop Off city tour buses are very close. Right in front of the hotel are many restaurants, on Saturdays and Sunday’s there are street vendors. It’s...