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Rambla de Mar

Local name: Rambla de Mar

Rambla de Mar is a wooden promenade that connects Port Autognom with Moll d'Espanya. It was designed by Helio Piñona and Albert Viaplan, it was put into public use in September 1994. There is a wide view of the harbor, Montjuïc Hill and the Columbus Column (Monument a Colom), you can also admire the monuments of the lower part of the Barri Gòtic.

The promenade was designed in a minimalist style, arches symbolizing sea waves were placed on the high columns. In addition to the pedestrian area, a place has been created for tourists to relax - benches and glass screens protecting against the wind have been set up.

In the central part of the platform there is a swing bridge, thanks to which it is possible to move small vessels, mainly yachts and sports boats. Near the pedestrian area you can visit many restaurants, pubs and clubs.


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    Rambla de Mar Barcelona , Spain