It might look kind of anachronic to ride along Las Ramblas of Barcelona on one of those horse-drawn carriages (buggies in this case) something which is very common in cities like Seville for example, I mean it must be difficult to circulate considering there is still a dense traffic in spite of official bans to regulate it. Not that horses look out of place, in fact they were always here when this street was young, a long, long time ago, but aside from the platane trees that adorn the famous promenade the rest seems to go against the pleasant effect the ride's supposed to trigger. I am not saying that they should stop the service, on the contrary, I'd prefer that Las Ramblas got rid of cars and everything looked the way it must have been in the early 20s of last century.
Information about La Rambla buggies:
Departures from the Portal de la Pau at the end of the Ramblas, near Columbus monument
Mon-Sun and holidays: from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Length of time of the route: 30 minutes or 1 hour
Information and reservations:
Tel.: 93 421 15 49
Fax: 93 421 88 04
Labels: buggy, horse rides, las ramblas