Las RamblasAlso known as La Rambla and Les Rambles, this is Barcelona's main thoroughfare. Very touristy, but still an essential stop for any visitor to Barcelona.
Barri GoticThe Gothic Quarter, probably Barcelona's most famous place for tourists to wander around after Las Ramblas.
El RavalFormerly known as Barri Xines (Chinese Quarter), this used to be a rough part of town but it has now been cleared up considerably. The restaurants and shops around here are nearly as chic as those in Barri Gotic.
La RiberaMore properly called Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera, sometimes erroneously referred to as Casc Antic. The area known as El Born is also found here.
BarcelonetaThe port and beach area of Barcelona.
What's Not in Barcelona's Ciutat Vella
You are likely to spend most of your time while in Barcelona in the Ciutat Vella. However, don't leave the city before you've been to the following sights: