La Rambla is a road in focal Barcelona, mainstream with travelers and local people alike. A tree-lined walker shopping center, it extends for 1.2 kilometers 0.75 mi associating Plaça de Catalunya in the middle with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell.
La Rambla shapes the limit between the quarters of Barri Gòtic, toward the east, and El Raval, toward the west. La Rambla can be swarmed, particularly amid the tallness of the vacationer season.
Its prevalence with travelers has influenced the character of the road, with a move to asphalt bistros and keepsake stands.
The most evident transport mode on La Rambla is its overwhelming stream of people on foot, who to a great extent utilize the wide focal pedestrianized region.
This is flanked by two tight administration streets, which thus are flanked by limit walker walkways before the structures.
Regardless of its length, no vehicular activity is allowed to cross the focal walker walkway.