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Our Gothic Loft A apartment is located on the first floor of an eighteenth century building in the Barri Gotic which together with the El Born area is a part of historical old city centre. This apartment has enough room for four persons who want enjoy a short stay in Barcelona.
The Barri Gotic area is the oldest part of Barcelona with a maze of narrow cobbled streets. So watch your step when walking on the cobbles, they can be slippery when wet. Gothic loft is an amazing apartment. This apartment has been refurbished in a balanced manner between old authentic and modern stylish elements. The old wooden floors and the wooden ceiling beams are the authentic part and the neutral colors and the stylish furniture are the modern part. Daylight comes through the large windows securing a bright and warm atmosphere in the lounge area. Here you can find a double sofa-bed, a beautiful designer armchair and a flat screen television.
An open stainless steel kitchen with a dining table close by is equipped with all the appliances you need to prepare a romantic meal for your partner.
The bedroom is spacious and has a comfortable double bed. With the air-conditioning on you will have no problem falling asleep. And of course we deliver the linen sheets. The bathroom is bright and fresh and has a shower and a toilet. We also provide you with towels.
Standing on the balcony you will have a good view of the old city centre. So go outside and walk through the narrow streets and visit the Cathedral de Santa Eulalia. This cathedral is the main church of the archbishop of Barcelona and is named after a martyr lady called Eulalia of Merida who died for her faith in the fourth century. They started building this cathedral in the thirteenth century.
In this old city centre you can taste the good old times. In the thirteenth century Barcelona was a rich town with many wealthy merchants. In those days the clothes of the poor or the rich were made of the same textiles. In the middle ages the textile guild had their business in this area. If you want to know more then go to the textile museum and have a cool drink at the little café attached to this museum.
Take a stroll further on the Calla Montcada and if you are a fan of modern art, go to the Picasso museum and try to feel or understand the bizarre world of this painter who worked in the Barri Gotic from 1895 to 1904.
After so much culture it is time for a drink and to enjoy the nightlife in El born. There are a lot of bars, clubs and discotheques which you can visit and when you have enough energy left after a couple of hours then walk to La Rambla and get a real sense of the Barcelona nightlife.