This is the Orange Route, which will help you discover the western part of the city of Barcelona. We'll be passing through a number of emblematic places, beginning with the Old Town, the end of the Ramblas and the monument to Columbus, the Barcelona cruise ship terminal, the Olympic mountain of Montjuic, the Plaça Espanya square and the Camp Nou, among other places of interest. The route takes around 2 hours, depending upon the traffic.
Plaza España, where the Venetian towers are situated, was the entrance to the enclosure of the 1929 World Fair. One of the most popular symbols of the exhibition, combining light, water with sound is known as the Magic Fountain, designed by Carles Buigas. Arenas de Barcelona is one of the main axes of the city that uniquely combines the conservation of the facade of 1900’s Neomudéjar bullring. The forefront of architectural design is complemented by its great dome that is 27 m in height. The best and original fashion brands are represented in the complex as well as a variety offer of cultural and gastronomic attractions.