La Barceloneta is known for its sandy beach (which made an appearance in Don Quixote, book 2) and its many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk. The neighborhood is nested, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Moll d'Espanya of Port Vell, and the El Born neighborhood.
2. The Tapas Street of Barcelona
Some tourists don’t know this, but tapas are originally from Andalusia and pintxos are from the Basque Country. With the influx of tourists, these dishes have become increasingly popular also in Barcelona. In most of the touristic districts, each tapa or pintxo can cost 2€ or more. But there is a street where you can indulge in all your tapa/pintxo desires, paying only 1€ for each, and that street is Blai.
3. Las Ramblas
Las Ramblas de Barcelona represents the urban and tourist heart of Barcelona, and one of the most famous walks in Spain.Where La Rambla meets the sea, you will find the Mirador de Colom, where from the top you can admire La Rambla beauty from above.
4. Night Life
The "Sala Apolo" offers, through its sessions, what is perhaps the most extensive agenda of clubbing and concerts in Barcelona. The Nasty Mondays is a party directly related to the skate, surf and snowboard scene in which Rock, Pop, Indie, Garage, 80's and Electro Rock sound. Crappy Tuesdays for the most Indie and Electro Pop Tuesdays. The Caníbal Sound System sessions welcome every Wednesday live groups and acclaimed DJs in the most massive underground scene of the city. In the Cupcake party on Thursdays the hymns and the most danceable songs are punctuated through a review of the singles of the 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000's