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The Ramblas In Barcelona

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To visit the Ramblas in Barcelona it is best to begin our tour in Plaza de Catalunya. It will be very easy to get to it, for there are many buses and subway lines that pass through it, including tour buses. The first thing you will visit the Ramblas in Barcelona. Las Ramblas is a walk of about one kilometer far from the Plaza de Catalunya to the sea. In this picturesque walk you can find kiosks, florists and more representative, the mimes and the human statues that move if you throw a coin. But what you see will be people on the Ramblas, the constant flow of tourists in the daytime and at nightfall. Along this walk, right, we can see the Boqueria market, worthwhile move into this beautiful food market, so beautiful building and the environment from their posts, where it will be hard to resist buying fresh fruit if you visit in summer. In addition, right, you can visit the Liceu Theatre, built originally in 1847, is a theater of reference across Europe.

In 1994 he was almost completely destroyed by fire, but completely rebuilt and in 1999 reopened its doors. You can perform two types of guided tours. The first slope 8.50 a, and passes through the lobby, with its impressive chandeliers, to climb the marble staircase to the Hall of Mirrors, neo-baroque, both rooms are original then survived the fire, and finally climb to the fourth floor to see the stage. The other is 9 a, and includes the Cercle del Liceu, a collection of modernist painting works of Ramon Casas. Near the high school can find the museum of erotica, another interesting visit in which we find the history of eroticism and pornography told from the sculpture, literature and anthropology. You can watch pornographic films in the twenties, wood carvings from the Kama Sutra positions, etc. It is an interesting visit as the first museum dedicated to eroticism.

The museum offers an exhibition of contemporary erotic art internationally known artists. 6.5 The entry fee is a, for seniors and students and 7.5 a, for the rest of the visitors.

Written by Minna

February 7th, 2011 at 6:20 am

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