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A delightful accommodation, modern and practical, for 6 guests, located in the centre of Barcelona, overlooking the lively Plaza Real square
The accommodation consists of a beautiful, large open space arranged in a tasteful and convenient way, in order to host a living room and a dining area, abundantly brightened during daytime by two large windows.
The living room comprises two relaxing and comfortable sofas - one of them can be eventually unfolded to reveal a double bed - a small tea table and a flatscreen TV, ideal to spend a peaceful and tranquil evening in. The dining area contains a simple white table with four classy chairs.
A modern and minimalistic cupboard will offer enough room for your belongings and provisions, lying discreetly in a corner just behind the dining table.
The clean-cut walls are all white, with the exception of the living corner’s red wall, making a special detail and giving the apartment an extra touch of class, complementing the wooden beamed ceilings, recently restored and also brightly painted in white.
The kitchen is essential, providing all the indispensable utensils and tools you may need to prepare your own meal, cleverly allocated in a compact and minimalistic space adjoining the dining area.
The apartment features two bedroom, both furnished with two single beds, nightstands and reading lamps.
The bathroom has a large shower-box, two sinks and a toilet.
Plaza Real (Plaça Reial in Catalan) is the main square of the central Barri Gotic of Barcelona, one of the section defining the Ciutata Vella.
The square extends next to La Rambla street and constitutes a renowned attraction for tourists and local people, especially during summertime, when many festivals take place right in this vibrant and colorful quadrangle. Despite the location - one of Barcelona’s oldest neighborhood - the square was conceived during the XIX century.
Once in Barcelona and having the opportunity of residing in such area full of history and charm, you may want to spend a day visiting the remarkable alleys and wide open squares that form El Gotic: Carrer del Bisbe Irurita, Plaça del Rei, the Jewish quarter in El Call, are only few of the many spots where you can enjoy the true Catalan atmosphere and get pleasantly lost in its wonderful maze.
La Rambla, few steps from the accommodation, is a long pedestrian avenue dissecting the city centre. Enjoy a long walk along this delightful commercial street, starting right from Plaza Real heading down to the seaside (Plaça de Colom with the monument dedicated to Christopher Columbus) or up north to Plaça de Catalunya leading east to the astonishing Eixample district, distinguished by Gaudì’s works.