The apartment is situated just next to the busy touristic city center (Barrio Gotico & La Rambla), within 10-min walking distance to the sea (The Barcelona Old Harbour), on the 3rd floor of a typical Barcelona building from the 19th century, with a stylish staircase and a balconies overlooking the street. The street is wide, properly illuminated during all night, and the area is safe.
Please note that there is no elevator in the building.
The great majority of the city attractions is easily available walking, the only ones where you would need to take the metro are:
- La Sagrada Familia (10 mins by direct metro train)
- El Parque Guell (17 mins by direct metro train)
- El Camp Nou - home of FC BARCELONA (15 min by metro train)
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Double bedrooms with a real queen-size bed or a double, pull-out sofa and sunny balcony facing the street.
Bathrooms with a sink, WC and modern shower or bath tub. Linen, towels, shower gel, shampoo and soap provided.
Spacy living-room, with a pull-out sofa that eventually can accommodate 2 extra guests, and a dining area.
Nicely equipped kitchen. Coffee, tea and the basic spices (salt, sugar, oil, vinagre, tobasco, soya sauce, and others).
If the answer is YES, then Barcelona is must see destination. If the answer is NO, there are some reasons why change your mind.
Many of the buildings date from medieval times, some from as far back as the Roman settlement of Barcelona. Catalan modernista architecture (related to the movement known as Art Nouveau in the rest of Europe), developed between 1885 and 1950 and left an important legacy in Barcelona. Several of these buildings are World Heritage Sites.top attractions
Spending a day at Barcelona beach is a must-do experience on a trip to the city, especially in the upcoming summer months. Barcelona beach was listed as number one in a list of the top ten city beaches in the world according to National Geographic and Discovery Channel.barcelona beaches
Long before the molecular gastronomy craze made Catalonia a culinary funhouse, Barcelona and its surrounding hinterlands had their own lush tastes and textures, including sausages and charcuterie, wild mushrooms, spring onions with romescu sauce, and acorn-fed hams from southwestern Spain, all happily irrigated with sparkling wines from the Penedèstop 10 spanish dishes