Millions of visitors from around the world flock to this Spanish’s city’s most famous street each year. Stretching 1.5 km (0.75miles), La Rambla in Barcelona connects the city centre from Placa de Catalunya to Port Vell by the sea.
During peak tourist season, La Rambla buzzes with visitors who come to soak up the lively atmosphere and enjoy street performances, see local and international artisans at work and explore La Rambla and its surrounding network of streets.
Hotels are dotted up and down La Rambla and surrounding blocks. Near and on La Rambla you’ll find large upmarket five star hotels, stunning boutique hotels, hostels and smaller budget hotels. There’s something for all styles and budgets in the lively centre of Barcelona.
Staying in a hotel around La Rambla provides easy access to the city’s excellent public transport system with links to the underground metro network and overground bus system. The city’s famous sightseeing tour stops and starts close to La Rambla giving you great access to Barcelona’s other landmarks. Dining up and down La Rambla is aimed at tourists but venture off the main stretch for authentic Catalan cuisine, which is best enjoyed at the city’s world-famous Bocqueria market. Stay at a hotel by the market and you can enjoy fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood, tapas and cava every day of your stay.