The Via Laietana is one of the main streets in central Barcelona, connecting Plaça Urquinaona (near Placa de Catalunya) to Plaça d’Antonio López near the seafront. It separates the two old town neighbourhoods Barri Gotic (west) and Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera (east). Here we see a section of its west front (Barri Gotic), close to the southern end at the seafront. It is named after the Laietanii people who once inhabited the area.
The boulevard is lined by some famous examples of Modernista, Noucentista and Art Déco architecture in Spain, an overview can be seen here. This streetview includes the following buildings: Grup Escolar Baixeras, Casa Francesc Fargas, Casa Pomés, Casa Santana (left block, left to right) and Cases Tomàs Recolons (right block).
We documented more sections of the Via Laietana, including the extension of this view down the left side, which can be edited on request.