Alicante’s Rambla and Esplanade of Spain

Alicante’s Rambla and Esplanade of Spain
Pic by Vitaly Titov & Maria Sidelnikova | Dreamstime
Europe - Spain - Alicante

Rambla Méndez Núñez, Alicante, Spain
38°20'45.3"N 0°29'02.9"W
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La Rambla of Alicante and the Esplanade Spain are two of the favorites places for alicantinos and also for tourists. They make some of the points of the city and is almost impossible not go there when visiting Alicante. La Rambla joins Alfonso the Wise Avenue and the Esplanade of Spain, another of the most famous sights of the city and it’s the place where you get to everywhere. In addition, it’s one of the places where it’s typical to eat or drink, shop or stroll. The avenue is wide and has reserved a space for trees and plants along with the old kiosk in the middle of the street that gives a lot of personality to the place.

On the promenade, there's the Museum of the Bonfires of Saint Juan, the most popular festival of Alicante, and admission is free.

The Esplanade of Alicante is one of the places most frequented by tourists in Alicante. The avenue is unmistakable because the ground has a very characteristic undulating forms of earthy colors and also there are palm trees lined along the street which give the concourse a very special exotic air.


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