The early risers with what my baby gives me every weekend have served to Take advantage of Sundays and take walks in the quiet streets of Barcelona in the morning. Getting on the first bus that passes, stopping in any appetizing place and taking a walk with a good breakfast included have become one of my last routines when I am in the city.
On this occasion, free will led us through the Parks and gardens in the neighborhoods of Les Corts and Sants in an approximate journey of one hour and where we enjoy much greener and tranquility than one expects in these very populated areas of Barcelona.
Rambla del Brasil in Barcelona
So as every Sunday we go out on the street about 8 in the morning and go to Pla de Palau waiting for the first urban bus to pass. The V-20 made the journey from Barceloneta to Hospitalet. We cross that long diagonal much less renowned that crosses Parallel, Hostrafrancs and Sants Street. We stopped at a promenade whose name attracted my attention and did not know: The Rambla of Brazil, also known as Rambla de Badal and covering the extensive stretch that goes from the Free Zone until practically reaching Avenida Diagonal at the height of the English Court.
On a Sunday morning we barely found people walking and among a green stage with industrial ornaments we reached the height of the Baix Sun Square. Under a small mantle of pines this land park rises and with a children's park looking at the horizontal mass of buildings that provide shade.
Plaça del Sol Baix in Les Corts