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Experience some Catalan delight in a modern style. This great 3-bedroom apartment for six is a perfect place to stay if you wish to explore the exciting heart of Barcelona.
Once you enter the amazingly bright and spacious interiors of this charming place you’ll be enthralled by the sense of freedom you can feel inside these four walls. The large windows grant lots of daylight and great views of the surroundings, while the chic plain decor ensures a truly enjoyable stay.
Let’s begin with the huge living room. This is where you’ll find a full lounge set consisting of two sofas and a flatscreen TV, as well as a classy dining table complete with a set of matching chairs. Serve your home-made meals directly from the adjacent kitchen, which enjoys a very eye-pleasing colour scheme and layout and comes equipped with a big amount of useful cooking utensils.
There is plenty of space to take a good night sleep, too. With three separate bedrooms you can’t really complain, can you? The master bedroom is furnished with a king-size double bed, while the two smaller ones offer two single beds each. All of them feature some additional bedside items and storage units, but no apartment is finished without a bathroom – and there is one, of course, equipped with a sink, toilet, bathtub and a shower nested in a fresh and modern setting.
Although slightly busy at first sight, the remarkable district of Eixample will soon win your heart by the plenty of attractions and forms of diversion you can pursue in the vicinity. The mind-boggling number of friendly bars, cafés and restaurants to visit is only one of the many advantages, as the apartment is nested right really close to all the local landmarks, including the grand La Sagrada Familia to the north, the fabulous Parc de la Ciutadella and the vibrant beach of Barceloneta to the south-east or the picturesque old town by the name of El Gotic just a stone’s throw to the south. And if you’re a fan of architecture, the places like Casa Batllo or Casa Mila will be within your reach.
Once you decide to make some moves around the area, you will also most surely appreciate the vicinity of the famous Passeig de Gracia – a beautiful alley lined with fancy boutiques, bound to keep shopaholics occupied for hours. Still, if you’re after something more ‘unique’, you can cross the gridded network of streets of Eixample and head north to the lovely district of Gracia, where you will be able to explore the ever-exciting creation of Antoni Gaudi by the name of Park Guell – a fable-like park with lots of amazing artefacts and an excellent vantage point to admire the panorama of the city.