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If you are looking for an amazing restaurant experience in Barcelona, Can Culleretes is the second-oldest restaurant in Spain, founded in 1786. The place is decorated with paintings and photos of famous visitors and is definitely full of character. This restaurant has always remained popular with the locals as it provides a delicious and authentic Catalan menu, serving the likes of traditional stew and wild boar! It will undoubtedly give you an unforgettable dining experience.
There is plenty to see and do in this exciting area of the city. Just exploring up and down La Rambla you can enjoy the abundance of colourful and interesting street performers, some of whom are dressed in rather outlandish outfits. There is more than just your standard human statue; some of the performers show impressive acrobatic displays and dances. When venturing down La Rambla you can’t miss La Boqueria Market; this is well worth checking out as it provides the freshest food in the area. You can purchase amazing fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as seafood so reasonably priced and delicious, you will find yourself coming back for more! Located at the bottom of La Rambla is the Colon Monument, this is dedicated to the explorer Christopher Columbus. If you want to see one of the best views of Barcelona, then you can get in a small lift that will take you to the top of the structure to a viewing tower, so you can admire this wonderful city.
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