A year and a few months ago we were in Barcelona. An incredible city with enviable transport (as almost all in Europe). The first thing you do after arriving at El Prat (the airport) you arrive at Plaza Catalunya (an incredible square)
Catalonia square is the point of union between the old city and the rest.
It is almost always very lively and is close to the promenade, the boulevards, the old town (such as the Gothic Quarter and the Jew)
It is a central place where you can find roads such as the great Catalan route, shopping centers, showcases and lots of food.
It is also a place to go shopping and also enjoy how passers-by walk all directions.
The walk of grace is also an incredible place. It is one of the most important roads in Barcelona. It is made since the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. It has buildings by Gaudi and others such as Casa Battlo, Casa Ametler and La Pedrera, etc.
It was designed to be the great via of Barcelona and has many modernist buildings. Its origins come from the Roman era (including the middle ages). Until 1827 it was a different city from the city of Barcelona.
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