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A stylish and convenient apartment located in the privileged area of La Rambla, ideal for up to four persons valuing modern design and practical solutions.
The first thing you may notice when you cross the doorstep of this fantastic place is the amount of space it offers. The bright wooden floors go exceptionally well with the simple, toned-down finish of the interiors and the furnishings found inside create a sense of comfort and contemporariness while not giving up on cosiness and intimacy.
Starting from the ‘ground’ floor, you’ll be able to use the living-sleeping-dining area featuring a large double sleeping sofa, an armchair, a standing ‘wardrobe, a coffee table and a TV-DVD home entertainment center for those casual stay-ins. Moving on, you’ll get to the dining table complete with a set of chairs to accommodate all the guests. The kitchen is located separately and comes with a range of items useful for true homelike cooking; it opens directly onto a private balcony where you’ll be able to enjoy your meals outdoors, as well as to admire the city from a fresh point of view.
The unique feature of a mezzanine solves the problem of the lack of a separate bedroom. If you go upstairs you will get a big double bed accompanied by a set of bedside items. Of course, the apartment comes complete with a modern bathroom fitted with a sink, toilet and a shower cabin.
With the access to so many different types of diversion found both within and around the area of el Gotic, it seems understandable why this district becomes often the first choice when it comes to visiting Barcelona. And to add to this, it is the district where you can actually explore the rich history of the city by visiting the numerous museums found around, including the City History Museum where you can see some truly unique exhibits, as well as go underground to discover the passages of the old city!
Another way to take advantage of your visit to Barcelona is to visit the world-famous places concentrating on endorsing modern art – the CCCB and MACBA, both located in El Raval, quite close to each other, and if you’re lucky enough, you might also witness some top skateboarding or flamenco street dancing in front of these museums. Also, while you’re there, make sure to stop by at some tapa bar to taste the most famous export product of local cuisine!
A close distance to Barceloneta comes also as a big advantage – not only you can try some of the best mojitos in the city and paint the town red in one of local clubs (the same goes for the neighboring Placa Reial, too), but you can also visit the amazing L’Aquarium Barcelona offering an abundance of exhibits devoted to marine life, including some live species of truly rare animals!