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This street is so famous that it even has its own verb in Spanish: ramblejar. “Rambling” in Barcelona means to wander up and down Las Ramblas on foot—and that’s something I recommend you do at least once in your life. Las Ramblas has many attractions, like La Boqueria market and the Columbus monument, but the biggest draw is the street itself. One last thing: if you visit at night, don’t wear your camera around your neck and don’t flash your wallet; it’s a pretty safe place, but pickpockets and small-time thieves can be an issue here after dark.

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Las Ramblas

This street is so famous that it even has its own verb in Spanish: ramblejar. “Rambling” in Barcelona means to wander up and down Las Ramblas on foot—and that’s something I recommend you do at least once in your life. Las Ramblas has many attractions, like La Boqueria market and the Columbus monument, but the biggest draw is the street itself. One last thing: if you visit at night, don’t wear your camera around your neck and don’t flash your wallet; it’s a pretty safe place, but pickpockets and small-time thieves can be an issue here after dark.