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The one bedroom Liceu Apartment A1 offers a peaceful retreat for up to four persons in the heart of the city’s bustling core, perfectly positioned for a dynamic Barcelona experience.
Inhabiting a historic building mere metres from the famous boulevard of La Rambla, this warm and welcoming abode would ideally suit a family or group of friends desiring a base within a vibrant and heavily populated quarter, particularly well situated for fans of nightlife. Fashionably decorated with fresh white walls and sleek wooden floors, the lodging appears bright, modern and appealing throughout.
Opening onto a cosy balcony, the living area comes complete with a flat screen TV and a convertible sofa, which easily converts into a comfortable sleeping spot for two of your guests. The elegant dining space comprises of a sociable table and an attractive, contemporary kitchen, fully functioning to enable home cooking, just one of the many great benefits of renting holiday apartments. Charming and peaceful, the bedroom ensures a good night’s sleep in the soothing double bed and grants access to the en suite bathroom, smartly presented and accommodating a sink, toilet and shower unit.
This Barcelona apartment enjoys a central location on the left flank of La Rambla, the elongated pedestrian avenue that slices the city’s historical core in two. Granting immediate admission to the transportation hub of Plaza de Catalunya, the ancient treasures of the Gothic Quarter and the unrivalled nightlife scene of El Raval, the accommodation is wonderfully based for utmost convenience. The apartment’s namesake is reachable in a matter of minutes, opened to the public in 1847 and regarded as one of Europe’s largest and most spectacular opera houses. Visitors with a partiality for musical splendour should certainly invest in tickets for a show, although the tour of the complex offers a mesmerising account of the theatre’s troubled past equally worth attending.
Also close by and highly regarded by both tourists and locals alike is the CCCB, otherwise known as the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona. Commanding an impressive space of over 15,000 square metres, this contemporary cultural venue is the largest of its kind in Spain, and hosts ground breaking exhibitions that are unsurpassed in their ingenuity and delivered with masterful expertise.