Plaza Catalunya is the main nerve of Barcelona, meeting place and destination of tourists soon, who sit on the bus from the airport. It is here that usually begins to explore the city. The buildings around the square were built during the Franco dictatorship and therefore singular beauty did not shine. You will see a huge multi-storey store El Corte Ingles, selling certain products on each floor, Several buildings of banks, hotels and offices.
In the central area of the circular portion grazing flock arrogant pigeons, but on the contrary quite scenic splash fountains, which are highlighted in the dark. From Catalunya Square is heading towards the sea through the famous Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter through, but if you want beautiful buildings and shopping on the contrary go upstairs to the side of the Eixample district of Boulevard de PASE Grasya.Na Plaza Catalunya is Cataluya metro station and two commuter train station - RENFE and Ferrocarriles Catalanes, where you can go in any direction outside of Barcelona.