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Located in the delightful Les Corts neighbourhood of Barcelona, this fantastic 1-bedroom property has everything you need for your visit to the city.
Two friends or a couple will feel perfectly at home in this delightful city pad. The decor is refreshingly simple with restful shades and attractive wooden floorboards under foot accentuating the sense of space.
Make yourselves comfy in the stylish living room area upon the large contemporary sofa. Here you can relax with your fellow guest in the evenings and enjoy the flat screen TV also provided, should you not feel like going out into the city – it’s nice to rest those tired legs in the evening
A dining table and chairs alongside are ideal for serving up your own home prepared meals during your stay. Mealtimes are the perfect time to make plans together for tomorrow’s adventures in the city. A delightful fitted kitchen allows you to prepare all your favourite dishes from home with ease and you can always pick up fresh ingredients form local supermarkets.
The bedroom is presented with the same cool, restful décor and fitted with a double bed and storage furniture. The apartment also features a private bathroom fitted with a toilet, bath and wash basin.
Located on the first floor you can choose to take the stairs or the lift to your front door.
This fantastic apartment boasts an incredible location in the delightful Les Corts district which lies just west of Eixample. It’s an opportunity for you to experience a more local Barcelonan vibe as opposed to the usual Cuitat Vella tourist traps. You will find excellent public transport links close by including Les Corts and Placa del Centre metro stations located a few minutes to the south and west.
The iconic thoroughly modernista neighbourhood of Eixample is just next door and well worth a visit. Featuring almost all of the city’s most famous 20th century sculpture, it remains one of the most popular architectural haunts. Be sure to pay a visit to Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia as well as his more fun loving Casa Batllo. The latter features ornate tile work and glazed ornamentation to tell the tale of the battle between St George and the dragon. Inside the beautifully gnarly winding banister suggests the backbone of the huge dragon.
Camp Nou Stadium is also close by, hence the apartment’s name. If you are a sporting fan then a visit here comes highly recommended. It’s possible to take a guided tour of the 11,000 seater stadium and see the extremely sparkling trophy room of F.C. Barcelona.
Barcelona Old Town which includes the neighbourhoods of El Raval, El Born and the Gothic Quarter are just minutes away for you to explore.