La Rambla, also called Las Ramblas (Les Rambles in Catalan), is the name of a landmark tour of the city of Barcelona which runs between Plaza de Cataluña (Plaça de Catalunya in Catalan), the nerve center of the city and harbor old.
The walk is crowded during the day and late into the night. It is marked by newsagents, flowers and birds, street performers, cafes, restaurants and shops. Near the port tend to settle markets, as well as painters and artists. Walking along La Rambla can see several interesting buildings, like the Palace of the Viceroy and La Boqueria market and the famous Liceo Theatre (in Catalan, El Liceu), in which operas and ballets. One of the side streets, a few meters long, leads to the Plaza Real (Plaça Reial), a plaza with palm trees and buildings with porches that host a multitude of pubs and restaurants, and where the weekends collectors meet stamps and coins.