Las Ramblas



A natural starting point for newcomers is of course and – on either side of it – the narrow streets of the medieval Old Town. Barcelona’s busiest boulevard by day, Las Ramblas is also heaving by night, especially in the early stages of the evening when the street performers are still playing their trade and the pavements throng with locals and tourists heading out for drinks and dinner. Restaurants at this time are spilling over with customers fuelling themselves on and other treats (although you’ll find better quality for cheaper elsewhere! Check ourfor suggestions), whilst the strip also has plenty of bars and clubs.