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This fresh and modern apartment provides convenient accommodation for up to five persons looking for comfort and class in the lively area of Barcelona’s La Rambla.
Minimum is the new maximum. With a simple and thus elegant finish of the interiors, as well as with a large amount of daylight coming in through the big windows, the place makes you able to enjoy good time in a very special setting.
The functional living area comes with a comfortable sleeping sofa, a coffee table, a TV-DVD home entertainment set for your stay-in pleasure, a designer armchair and a dining table complete with a set of chairs. The kitchen is fresh and modern as well, offering all the amenities you might find necessary to pursue some homelike cooking.
This classy apartment comprises also a separate bedroom furnished with a large double bed. You will also find a single bed that can unfold into two single beds, as well as a range of useful bedside items and some storage space to place all of your belongings. No apartment is complete without a bathroom and this one is no exception, offering one in a fresh design and fitted with a sink, toilet and a shower cabin. A great bonus of this place is the access to a private balcony where you can enjoy some outdoor city view and take a deep breath of authentic Catalan air, just as energizing as the local attractions.
This great apartment is found in the one-of-a-kind barrio of el Gotic – a place to be in Barcelona if you wish to discover all the treasures of the past of Catalonia. The maze of narrow colorful alleys lined with fabulous cafés, restaurants, bars, as well as fine examples of sacral architecture seems to be an attraction in itself, for only a stroll through its veins can lead you to plenty of fantastic spots.
Talking about architecture, you will need to get used to the abundance of smaller and bigger churches scattered here and there. All of them are truly impressive and the closest one to pay a visit to is the church of Santa Maria del Pi with its name deriving from ‘pine’ translated as ‘Pi’ in the Catalan language. If this kind of architecture is your thing, then follow north-east and admire the Esglesia de St Jaume, the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Barcelona and Barcelona Cathedral, each unique and special in its character.
If you wish to go more ‘local’, you can do some shopping at the nearby La Boqueria with a big selection of various goods, specializing in food in countless amounts. Still, if you don’t feel like cooking you may stop by at one of the fantastic local eating establishments like Los Caracoles or Escriba to have some tapas, for instance. Actually, the neighboring Placa Reial is known as a nightlife centre of the area, so if you’re after a drink, in turn, you know where to go. And to spend some time in a more tranquil environment, we recommend a visit to L'aquarium Barcelona on Barceloneta or one of the amazing museums found within walking distance.