How to visit the city comfortably with a Barcelona Taxi ?
Yes, You Need a Reliable Barcelona Taxi if You Want Visit The City Comfortably.
In this article we’ll talk about different places to go and see if you come to Barcelona.
You’ll find links to useful information about visiting Barcelona and you’ll check all the places and areas where you can go by a taxi of Barcelona, and avoid to get lost and exhausted.
Of course we always recommend our services of Taxibarcelona-MR but you can get available taxis all over the town. OK, here you are, all the information promised.
First of all a little bit of history. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, Spain, and with a urban area of over 4.5 Million people it is Europe’s largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast. Founded as a Roman city, Barcelona became the capital of the Counts of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, it became one of the most important cities of the Crown and their king’s day-to-day residence until the 15th Century.
Visiting major areas and streets
If you plan your trip you must decide what areas of the city you want to go. the most important areas of Barcelona. Here you have a list of some areas and streets:Barri Gòtic, Diagonal, El Born, El Port Vell, Gràcia, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, Les Rambles, Montjuïc, Pedralbes, Sants, Tibidabo, Vila Olímpica, Via Laietana, Sants,… A new and pleasant route during summertime is the route by night.
Some things to see in Barcelona
Arguably the most crowded place in Barcelona is the Les Rambles, the old city’s major walkway and boulevard, between the Catalunya Square (in Catalan: Plaça de Catalunya), down town, and the old port of Barcelona. There you can find flower kiosks, cafés, restaurants and shops.
La Rambla de Barcelona
Las Ramblas in Barcelona extends approximately 1.2 kilometres to the south end is the Port Vell (near the cruise port) and the far north is the Plaza Catalunya.
Attractions along the Ramblas include live presentations, human statues, artists that will make your portrait or caricature. Many flower shops and terraces for a drink.
You may wonder where is the Miró. Miró’s work, a circular mosaic tiles, lies close to the Liceu Theatre. Find It.
Strolling Les Rambles you can admire several interesting buildings and architecture, like the famous opera house Gran Teatre del Liceu, built by the city’s industrial bourgeoisie (and not by the Crown, as it was the case in most cities) and the Palace of Virreina, the La Boqueria market. A side road to the left leads to the Royal Square (Plaça Reialin Catalan), a plaza with palm trees and buildings that house pubs, bars and restaurants.
You can go by a Barcelona taxi to the Ramblas and we recommend our service Taxibarcelona MR.
Les Rambles ends near the old port, where the statue of Christopher Columbus(or Monument a Colom) the famous man who discovered America and was born in Catalonia. His statue points to the sea, celebrating that Barcelona was his first scale when he came back to Europe. Nearby is the Maritime Museum (or Museu Maritim), an astonishing Gothic building which used to host the Medieval shipyard. The old port offers other attractions, such as a leisure centre, full with shops, restaurants, music Bars an IMAX theatre for 3D cinema and an aquarium of the Mediterranean marine fauna.
This leisure centre is the Maremagnum shopping centre. You can get a taxi to Maremagnum and go straight forward to enjoy the mall.
In the Maremagnum shopping and the port
Open Monday to Sunday welter is an option for dinner from the sea. Located just meters from the port of Barcelona is reached by crossing a drawbridge. It has a playground and entertainment
Come light on the terrace at sunset and then stroll along the promenade. Where to find the best ice cream.
In the next articles we’re going to share a lot of places to visit and enjoy the city. You’ll discover hidden parts of the town that you’ll need a Barcelona Taxi to go there.
Because you can have fun and feel at ease in a save way with our service Taxis in Barcelona, call us if you want more info.