The famous Ramblas goes from Plaça Catalunya to the Columbus statue, right in the seaport. In the east of las Ramblas lies the beautiful and romantic Gothic neighborhood, while in the west there is theRaval neighborhood. From the Columbus statue to the east, the Maritime Pg crosses the Moll de la Fusta and the Port Vell.
The charming area of Barceloneta leads to the Port Olimpic. To the west, the Paral.lel leads to Pl d'Espanya, from where stands Montjuïc, one of the mountains of Barcelona.
Between the Plaza de Catalunya and Diagonal street we find practically all L'Eixample, emerged from the famous "Pla Cerdà" and whose aim was to unite the city center with nearby towns, which today are part of Barcelona. These nearby towns such as Gràcia, Les Corts, Sarria-Sant Gervasi, etc.. have managed to save over the years its own historical and cultural identity. This group of squared blocks named l’Eixample, has as the main part the Passeig de Gracia where there is the famous building of la Pedreraby Gaudi.