La Rambla in Palma is an elegant paved avenue which extends between Teatre Principal and the intersection of Calle de los Olmos, Vía Roma and Calle Barón de Pinopar. There is underground parking at either end of it.
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The tree-lined boulevard shares some characteristics with Las Ramblas in Barcelona. It’s designed for pedestrians, with traffic flowing on either side of the paved walkway, and there are fresh flower stalls lined up in the centre. However, La Rambla in Palma, is much shorter and quieter than that of the Catalan capital.
On either side of La Rambla, streets lead off to hidden gems. The trendy Toque de Queda and Michelin-star Marc Fosh restaurants are less than five minutes away. It’s also possible to enjoy a coffee on the avenue itself. At the southern end of La Rambla there are steps leading up to the bars and restaurants of Plaza Mayor.
Popular shopping high streets are located close to La Rambla. Walk up Calle de los Olmos to reach bustling Sant Miquel. In the opposite direction are busy hubs: Plaza Weyler, Plaza del Mercat and Plaza del Rey Juan Carlos I. This last square connects with the shopping street of Avenida de Jaime III and one of Palma’s most beautiful avenues, Paseo del Borne.