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La Rambla

We wanted to have a glimpse of Barcelona nights (of the places we visited in the day). So we thought of taking another round in Blue line bus from Barri Gotic (without hopping off this time) until it dropped us back at Placa De Catalunya at 9pm. And that was an end to a beautiful Day 2 in Barcelona.
Shailja Daga
The most popular street of the city where the hustling and bustling life of Barcelona can be witnessed by the tourists. It is named 'La Rambla' as the place is a series of various streets having a distinct feel. The place is loaded with performances, tourists, bars, restaurants, shops etc.
Payal Shah
DAY 1 - As soon as we landed from Marrakech to Barcelona we took a cab for our hotel.We stayed in Auto Hogar which is 5 mins walk from La Rambla. We decided to stay in a hotel closer to the most happening Area of Barcelona and it is the city centre so everything is available nearby and most fun places are near.we decided to visit La Rambla street have wine and food and relax on the first day.We started with the same and had a great evening exploring the street and shopping.
Mahalakshmi Venkatesh
I just had until 11 am on my third day in Barcelona. After an early morning stroll on the La Barcelonata beach, I packed my bags. Although I was all set to leave for Girona, I was in no mood to say "Chao" to this beautiful city, yet. (Article on Girona, Costa Brava, Besalu and Banyoles, coming up soon!)MAIN EXPENSESEntry fee to Casa Batlo and train to Montserrat- 19+22=41eurosStay – 17 x 3 = 51 Euros at Hola Hostel (probably the cheapest you can expect, especially for a B & B)Metro – 3x2 = 6 Euros (appx. 10,500 INR)
Mahalakshmi Venkatesh