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Rambling down La Rambla

La Rambla is the most famous street in Barcelona, and one of the most well known in Europe. It receives thousands of visitors every day, from cruise tourism touching down on dry land at nearby Port Vell, to every other tourist – and resident – who uses this busy street that connects Barcelona's...

Published on September 21 2015, 15:05

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