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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
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Ramblas Studio B is a wonderful place to stay in the city centre of Barcelona. Only a few steps away from the walkway Ramblas and with room for four people this cool studio is ideal for those who want to explore Barcelona from a great central starting position.
The studio is part of an authentic building and is located in a lovely narrow street that dates back to medieval times. The building has access to an elevator and there is wireless internet.
Once inside you will find a lovely renovated studio where original elements such as the Catalan vault ceiling are left in place. Clean white walls, soft colors and light wooden accents create a wonderful place to stay at. There is a large comfortable sofa that can also be used as a sleeping sofa. At the dining table you can sit with four enjoying breakfast or a fantastic Catalan homemade dinner. To prepare this there is a complete modern kitchen which has everything to assist you in your cooking efforts.
In the sleeping area are two comfortable single beds and a large wardrobe and is designed in the same warm atmosphere as the rest of the studio. The bathroom has a shower and a toilet. Both bed linen as clean towels are provided by us.
Not very many tourists will know that they have a chance to walk on an art work of the famous painter Miro when they meander along the Ramblas. The famous painter Miro made a sketch of a painting and spread this out on tiles. These tiles are close to El Gran Teatro de Liceu. Miro even put his signature on one of the tiles. This theatre is the opera house of Barcelona and was opened in 1847. Close to this theatre you can visit two museums, the wax museum and the erotic museum. The last one is very popular. The portrait artists can make a serious or a funny drawing of you.
Tapas and sangria are typical products of Spain. Take a seat on a terrace and order a jug of sangria with some tapas. Take a side street and head for the Barri Gotic or the Gothic area. Old, cobbled, narrow streets with beautiful squares are characteristic for this area. El Catedral de Santa Eulalia is the seat of the archbishop of Barcelona. This cathedral resembles the importance and the power of the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages.
On the other side of the Ramblas you will find the Raval area. In this area is the Barri Xines, the red light district of Barcelona. It is a bit seedy but nevertheless worthwhile a visit. When the Catalans take the siesta on the hottest moment of the day, then you can always go to the Barcelona beach.