This pedestrian street is full of street artists, musicians, cafes, terraces and great architecture. There's a lot to see and do, and the street itself is an attraction. La Rambla is full of tourists during peak season, which makes it perfect for pickpocketing, so you should be careful.

La Rambla is actually a collection of many small street, with different names, which is where the plural form "Las Ramblas' came. It is bordered on both sides by trees, and there are only two narrow lines for cars, which makes it perfect for walking and exploring the city.

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