My name is Anna, I am 40 and I have been traveling for 20 years. I think it's traveling that makes us deeper, wiser, more confident and certainly happier. This is life at its best. And France is an undeniable place to enjoy life. That's why I adore it.
La Rambla is rightfully considered to be Barcelona’s heart. The street starts from the Catalonia Square and leads right to the sea, to Port Vell (Portal de la Pau). Cafes and restaurants, live statues, street artists and flower stalls are in abundance here. Live street performances, music and festive atmosphere never leave La Rambla. There you can also see buildings of various interesting styles of architecture and the Opera House of Barcelona.
In La Rambla Street you can enjoy flamenco dance shows or watch exultant fans celebrating victory of their favorite Barcelona football club (Barça). During our week-long stay in Barcelona we visited La Rambla a dozen times but every time it was a great pleasure.
Our evening continued on an impressive performance of the famous singing fountains.
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