If you've been to Barcelona, you'll recognise this avenue as something like a smaller version of that city's famous Ramblas. Not surprising, as the Catalan capital has had tremendous influence all over this city. The Rambla de Palma starts at the busy Carrer dels Oms and comes to an end practically at the front steps of the grand Teatre Principal. Stroll up and down this pretty boulevard for a look at a typical day in the life of the city, with plenty of buying, selling, and to and fro of office workers and tradesmen throughout the day. Then after sundown, a lively nightlife kicks into gear, with restaurants, cafés, bars, and pubs attracting a motley crowd of all ages.
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