It is a substantial square in focal Barcelona that is, for the most part, thought to be the two its downtown area and where the old city and the nineteenth century-assembled Eixample meet.
A portion of the city's most vital lanes and roads meet at Plaça Catalunya: Passeig de Gràcia, Rambla de Catalunya, La Rambla or Portal de l'àngel, notwithstanding Ronda de Sant Pere, Carrer de Vergara or Carrer de Pelai.
The court involves a territory of around 50,000 square meters. It is particularly known for its wellsprings and statues, its closeness to some of Barcelona's most famous attractions, and the groups of pigeons that assemble in the middle.
The majority of the bistros and eateries where essayists and craftsmen would meet in the city haven't made due, with the prominent special case of Café Zurich, where Fabiola of Belgium's sibling filled in as a piano player.
The square is additionally one of Barcelona's most essential transport center points, both above and underground.