This privileged location, in Barcelona makes it the gateway and Port of Spain, gives it the special role of being both the most European enclave in Spain and perhaps the Spanish presence is most important in Europe. Situated between the mountains and the sea, not far from the border of the Pyrenees, Barcelona seems to welcome many visitors who come to Spain. Between Las Ramblas and Parallel And we are in the beginning of one of the most famous avenues in the continent. Crowd eager to be a good way to work, vague window shopping or sitting on the terrace of a café or on rental chairs under the trees; groups that meet to discuss bullfighting news in the Arc Theatre, or soccer with the Power Chutes; cacophony of birds caged in free or sold positions in the aviary merchandise; cries of the flower at the foot of their stalls; chatter owners kiosks of books, magazines and newspapers are sold. It's all a joyous commotion in the streets and popular, colorful, light and vitality. At the entrance of the street from the Assault Count visitors are surprised by the bold lines of the Palau Güell, Gaudí. Located here also the Theatre Museum. Any of the streets off in the same direction of Las Ramblas lead, sooner or later, directly or indirectly, to Parallel curious mixture of Broadway and Montmartre, under a sign, however, very Barcelona, where theatrical life, especially during the night, finds its expression.