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With all the features granting a couple a truly enjoyable stay in Catalonia, this splendid Barcelona holiday apartment is an absolute treat if you value comfort and good location.
The homelike interiors of this fabulous place will provide you with everything you might need to enjoy your short stay in Barcelona to the max. The décor will win your heart with its simplicity, while the range of elements of furnishings will ensure a top level of functionality.
The light and roomy daily area comes furnished with a nice sofa, a classic, practical coffee table, a flatscreen TV for some indoor entertainment, and a large dining table complete with a set of chairs. The dining section is provided in an open-plan form, and offers a big selection of cooking utensils to make you fully-supplied for some home-cooking!
The ‘after-dark’ area consists of one atmospheric bedroom, which contains a big double bed with a bedhead, a capacious chest of drawers, and a pair of bedside lamps to make it easier for you to browse through the tour guides before each next day of sightseeing. And the fresh bathroom comes fitted with a toilet, sink, and a shower-bathtub combo, so that you’re able to relax conveniently after a busy and active out in the city.
The modern district of Les Corts is one no doubt a real attraction if you fancy a bit of urban chic and contemporary diversion. The neighborhood abounds with fine eating establishments and cafés, some of which you’ll also find in the nearby L’illa Diagonal – a big shopping complex located on Av. Diagonal. If you follow this street to the east, you’ll be also able to see some of the most remarkable creations of Antoni Gaudi, including Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, and La Sagrada Familia – the top highlights of the modernist district of Eixample.
Head west and you’ll soon reach the site of the majestic Camp Nou, where FC Barcelona players hone their skills. But if you’re after some genuine Catalan vibes, you should definitely follow Carrer de Numancia to the south-west and make sure to visit both Parc de L’Espanya Industrial and Parc de Joan Miró – two very different but equally inspiring city parks. And if you continue to the amazing Placa d’Espanya, you’ll enter the border of the charming neighborhood of Parc Montjuic – a place rich in both natural and man-made attractions.