Best streets to walk along in Barcelona

When you have a hard day, there is nothing better than a relaxing walk to break away from the daily workload. One step after another, we feel our level of anxiety decreasing and we empty our heads of stressful and worrisome thoughts. Other times, we just enjoy the pleasure of walking around. No matter our destination, we just wander and witness the beauty of the streets or the nature itself.

If you identify yourself with this paragraph, Barcelona is your place to be! The Catalan capital has all kind of sceneries where strolling and discovering beautiful landscapes, cosmopolitan environments and a multicultural and unique personality.

Discover in the next paragraphs the best streets, avenues and promenades to walk along in Barcelona.

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Las Ramblas

This is probably the most known street not only in Barcelona, but also in the whole world. Las Ramblas are a long promenade that drives from Plaza Catalunya to the port area.

Among this iconic walk, we find all kind of exciting buildings and businesses: magnificent museums such as El Liceu or Teatre Principal; incredible and charming corners like PlaçaReial (Royal Square) or Mercat de la Boqueria (Boqueria Market) and much more.

Walking through Las Ramblas is a great experience that allows knowing at first hand Catalan culture and gastronomy. So, don’t hesitate! Find your apartment for rent in Las Ramblas and discover all these magical places.

Passeig de Gràcia

This Street is full of modernistic buildings designed by Antoni Gaudí and JosepPuig I Cadafalch such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milà (also known as La Pedrera) or Casa Atmeller. Those houses are architectural wonders with curvy and impossible shapes and precious pieces of decoration that will make you feel you are living in a fairy tale world.

In addition to these wonderful constructions, Passeig de Gràcia is probably the most luxurious and cosmopolitan street in Barcelona. In this astonishing large avenue, we find some shops firmly related to fashion and luxury such as Valentino, Louis Vuitton or Prada.

Rambla de Poblenou

This is one of the secret charming corners of Barcelona. Rambla de Poblenou is not as famous as Passeig de Gràcia or Las Ramblas, but it is also a beautiful promenade that finishes in Bogatell beach, on the shores of Mediterranean Sea.

Walking through Rambla de Poblenou is a gift to all our senses. We can breathe the peace and calm of this walk, surrounded by food stands, small pubs and buskers playing jazz music. For sure, this could be a perfect scenario for a Woody Allen film!

Passeig de Lluís Companys

Just 10 minutes away from Plaça Catalunya, we find Arc del Triomf, the magnificent construction that means the starting of Passeig de Lluís Companys. This promenade surrounded by palms and sculptures finishes in Ciutadella Park, a beautiful park where people play sports, juggle, play music or just chill and relax.

Amidst the recreation center, there’s where you can cruise a little pontoon and think about the magnificence of the swans that swim in those waters. Furthermore, In the south area of the park you’ll find Barcelona Zoo.

This way, Passeig de Lluís Companys and Ciutadella Park are also great places to take a walk and let your head fly away.