Cosy&comfortable central flat
from £53 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Nice modern apartment totally refurbished in a bohemian building of 1910. It is composed by:
* 2 bedrooms (with king and queen size bed)
* Large sitting and dining room
* Big and fully equipped kitchen
* Sunny covered veranda of 12 square metres
* 1 complete bathroom and 1 smaller toilet
* 1 studio for working
* 1 complete room at disposition that you can use as a wardrobe and leave your luggage in
The apartment has individual gas heating and air conditioned.
Parquet floor and half timbered original catalan roof.
It is situated at the last floor(3 floor, sorry no lift!) of a small and quiet building with few neighbours, it is very sunny and lightened all day long. We rent the entire flat, it is not shared. You will find that you have plenty of space to relax and access to all the comforts of a modern home. You are invited to cook, enjoy a sumptuous breakfast on the veranda or relax on the confortable couch.
It is situated in Poble Sec neighbourhood, that stretches from Plaza España to the port, nestled between Avenida Parallel and the enormous park areas on Montjuic, one of the city's most beautiful and interesting hill. The "Poble Sec" has managed to maintain its charm and authenticity better than other Barcelona's neighbourhoods and it is full of bar and lively restaurants. In fact, the Poble Sec is where you can find one of the best traditional tapas bar of Barcelona, Quimet Quimet (Poeta Cabanyes, 25 - very, very close to the apartment). Only at 20 metres you will find Carrer Blai: the main pedestrian street of the neighborood, along with the charming Plaza Sortidor there are the ideal places where to enjoy a cocktail, a coffee or some delicious food in one of the many open air terraces.
The Poble Sec offers a wide range of cultural activities and features several popular theatres. The view of the city you can enjoy from Montjuic is really impressive and you can decide to walk up to the top if you feel fit or take the funicular from the Parallel metro station. The Ramblas, Raval and Gothic Quarter are a short 10 minutes walking distance away and is very easy to get there: just cross Avenida Parallel and wander through the multicultural and lively Raval neighbourhood until you reach Las Ramblas or Plaza Catalunya. The Poble Sec is also connected to other parts of the city and important tourist attractions by metro (lines L2 and L3 as well as several bus lines that are only 150 mts away from our apartment).
Late check in after 20.00 hrs and early check out before 08.00 hrs have a supplement of 20 € to be paid locally
Available for renting on site :
Extra cleaning, ironing and washing services
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Nearest beach||Barceloneta 2 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: http://www.aerobusbcn.com/ 12 km, Nearest railway: www.renfe.es 3 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Catalunia region
Barcelona is a city steeped in culture and history, so if it's some sight-seeing you're after then you've come to the right place. Barcelona is most famous for the fantastical architecture of Antonio Gaudí, whose building are scattered all around the centre of the city. The most famous and impressive can be seen along Passieg de Gràcia where you will find La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. Or head to the Parc Güell which is a gorgeous parc designed by the man himself. However the most impressive of Gaudí's works is arguably the Sagrada Familia, the huge, still unfinished temple You can't fail to be humbled by such an imposing and ambitious project, the detail on the exterior walls is just staggering, but beware, if you are scared of heights don't be tempted to climb to the top of the turrets.
Other than Gaudí, Barcelona does offer a lot in terms of architectural brilliance. The Gothic Cathedral in the heart of the Gothic quarter is a must-see. Just wandering around Barcelona you will come across a feast of beautiful buildings, and also get off Las Ramblas, there is so much more to see just 2 minutes either side of this famous street.
For all you culture-vultures out there Barcelona has plenty of museums to keep you happy. The MACBA (museum of modern art) and the CCCB next door are worth a look and generally have good exhibitions on every month. The Picasso and the permanent Dalí exhibition in the Gothic Quarter are always popular. The Caixa Forum is a museum which has different art exhibitions every month. It is just off Plaça Espanya, on Avenida Marques de Comillos that is popular with locals but much ignored by tourists, which is a shame because it's great and free! Near the Caixa Forum is MNAC (museum of Catalan art) which is so beautiful inside and out.
Barcelona has great food, there is no doubt about it. You can get anything you want from international food to Catalan favourites, tapas to seafood platters. All you have to do is look around, there are lots of very reasonably priced restaurants, as well as some extremely pricey ones. People here eat late, lunch is usually at 14:00 and dinner at 22:00, for dinner it is usually advisable to book a table. Like with many things, if you want good quality without the price tag then head away from Las Ramblas.
Tapas is particularly good around Barceloneta, this was originally a fishing village and there are still many quaint little local places where you can get fresh seafood tapas for good prices.
Also I would really recommend having a look round the markets, La Boqueria is on Las Ramblas, Santa Caterina close to the Cathedral and Mercat St Antoni are both filled with fresh products to tempt your every sense.
Barcelona is a party city, whatever time of the night or morning there is always something going on. There are bars to suit everyone, weird ones, secret ones, Catalan ones, Irish pubs, ones with great views and ones with a trendy clientele.
The bars are open here till 3 normally so there is no rush, wander around and move from place to place
Barcelona is a child-friendly place and there is a lot that kids will enjoy. For a start there's the Zoo in Parc Ciutadella, the zoo is large and will provide a days easy entertainment for kids and adults. Or there is the aquarium which is the largest in Europe and is always fun.
Another good place for children is Poble Espanyol which is on Montjuïc, just up from Plaça Espanya. Poble Espanyol is an odd place, a village created in 1929 to imitate the different styles of Spanish regional architecture. There are lots of craft shops, and activities you can watch such as glass-blowing. Often there are also kids only activities where you can leave the little ones for a couple hours, last time I was there it was stilt-walking! And while you are in the Montjuïc area don't miss the magical fountain of Montjuïc, a music and light extravaganza
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4 Jan 2015
"A perfect location in a wonderful city"
The flat was certainly cosy and comfortable, and well equipped. The location was brilliant - walking distance to all the best sites and places of interest, with great access to public transport.
Thanks a lot for your review. It has been a pleasure to host you and your friends during your holidays
10 Oct 2014
"Excellent location, very considerate hosts, modern comfy apartment."
Very well presented apartment in fantastic position for exploring Barcelona at large or just wandering through tapas bars in the local area. The extra touches like basic provisions in the fridge were greatly appreciated. Home away from home. The air-con was welcome as can be quite warm. Only suitable if you can manage quite a few stairs...
Thanks Fran, it was a real pleasure to have you and your nice family in Barcelona! As you said stairs to climb to the apartment are just like a session of "steps" in the gym but I'm happy that you agreed that the reward was proportionate to the effort:)
9 Nov 2013
"Great place to stay for a visit to Barcelona"
This clean great apartment was a pleasant surprise for us. Even tough there was no elevator that didn't make any difference for our positive experience with this apartment. Beautiful living room and also the kitchen was very nice. In a very quite area near to the metro. Right next to one of the best tapas bars of Barcelona. Walking down the street in the apposite direction of Parallel you will find a surprising cosy street with nice bars and terraces. Good connection to the high lights of this amazing city, also with the cable cars. Worthwhile during your stay in Barcelona. This apartment will be absolute a place we will rent again for a next visit to Barcelona, hopefully soon!
31 Mar 2013
Accommodation well equipped and welcoming. There is everything you need. It is very well located for shopping, subway and walking tours. Very good stay.
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