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A fantastic 3-bedroom holiday apartment within the Eixample district that caters for up to 6 guests.
The apartment is located on the 3rd floor and accessed handily via a lift. Inside you will find a beautifully presented home from home environment featuring delicious wooden flooring and rather sophisticated styling throughout.
The main living room area boasts lots of natural light thanks to the large windows and features to comfortable sofas and a flat screen TV. Relax here with your guests and plan tomorrows adventures in the city. Excellent air conditioning will keep you at your ideal temperature day and night, whatever the weather outside.
You can whisk up paella or one of your more usual snacks from home in the generous fitted kitchen area and you can serve up your meals at the elegant dining and table and chairs.
The private bedrooms are simply decorated in restful colours ensuring you experience undisturbed sleep. Storage furniture and bedside lighting are also provided as standard. Two of the rooms have two singles each whilst the third has a double bed. The apartment also features a private bathroom fitted with a bath, shower, sink and toilet.
This delightful holiday home is ideal for a large family or group of friends looking for safe, comfortable and affordable accommodation in Barcelona.
The apartment can be found in the popular, safe and clean district of Eixample. Its famous grid-like street plan is not only easy to spot on the city maps but also one of the first of its kind in the world to ever be appropriated. The district is famous for its upmarket shopping street, Paseo de Gracia, from which the apartment of course takes its name. It is no surprise to learn that it is located only a few metres away. When exploring this thoroughfare be on the look-out for crowds of click-happy photographers. It’s likely they will be gathered around two of the city’s most popular buildings - Casa Batllo and Casa Mila. The latter is also known as ‘La Pedrera’ and both buildings were created by the city’s favourite artistic son Antoni Gaudi.
To see Gaudi’s most famous creation, the iconic la Sagrada Familia, then simply hop on the metro at Paseo de Gracia and alight at the station of the same name. It is fair to say that there are as many people who adore this fairy-tale like building as those that loathe it. There is no denying that the design is creative and certainly unusual. However after more than 130 years under construction it remains yet unfinished. Some say it has been continued in line with Gaudi’s plans although it’s beginning to look as though it was designed by committee. It looks very different from each angle you view it. There will be no shortage of onlookers ready to discuss its aesthetic merits with you when you visit. His fans are fiercely defensive of his creations and love a heated debate.
Eixample is the home to almost all of Antoni Gaudi’s constructions so be prepared to witness his architectural finger prints at every corner.
Step back in time by visiting the nearby Gothic Quarter. Its many narrow winding medieval streets reveal secret courtyards and it’s likely you will get lost here. Don’t worry, this area is mainly free of general traffic and losing your way is all part of the city’s charm.