La Rambla Principal is the main artery running in the life of the inhabitants of Vilanova. It is flanked on one side by the Plaça de la Vila Carrer dels Caputxins i and on the other by the Central Market. The upper part of La Rambla (farthest from the sea) begins at the rear of San Antonio Abad church. Coming down to the right is the Municipal Theatre and a couple of interesting restaurants on the street on the left. Throughout the entire Rambla there are various shops including major clothing chains. Heading to the railway (which passes through an underground tunnel) are mansions that stand out much more than in any other location, such as Can Pahissa and Magriñà House. From the railway Rambla is renamed as the "Rambla de la Pau" and flows into the harbor, where there is a statue honoring Francesc Macia.
This corner of Montblanc is our downfall, due to the excellent pastries, sweets, chocolates, cakes and candies that you can enjoy here. The service is so good that you feel like a friend rather than a customer. We go a few times a year at Easter and Christmas, no more because we're miles away, but it's always worth the trip. A visit to Montblanc is very nice and it would be a sin not to go to the Pastisseria Viñas. This year it won the second prize for innovative storefronts but they deserve the first prize.