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Accommodating up to 4 guests, this charming two bedroom apartment occupies a prime position just a short walk away from Barcelona’s famous La Rambla.
Oozing a sense of style and sophistication, this apartment provides the perfect place in which to relax and unwind following a busy day of sightseeing and entertainment. Enhanced by authentic Catalan vault ceilings and modern furnishings, the apartment effortlessly blends traditional with the present day.
The living room, which consists of a huge sofa bed and a flatscreen television, is highlighted by beautifully exposed brick walls and wooden floors. The fashionable kitchen is fully equipped with everything that you will need to enable you to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together with your companions at the elegant dining table.
The two bright and airy bedrooms ensure you have somewhere to rest and appreciate a good night’s sleep. The first bedroom is furnished with two comfy single beds, a bedside cabinet and a wardrobe, whilst the second features bunk beds. The refreshing bathroom is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower cubicle. Completing this charming abode is the apartment’s delightful balcony, which offers views over the surrounding neighbourhood.
Ideally located within easy reach of many of the city’s must see sights and attractions, this apartment is perfectly positioned just a short walk away from the bustling La Rambla. Regarded as one of Barcelona’s most popular streets, attracting thousands of visitors each day, this 1.2 km thoroughfare starts at the iconic Plaza de Catalunya and makes its way through the heart of the city down to the Mediterranean Sea. Along the tree lined La Rambla you will find an array of souvenir shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, together with the well-known street performers who entertain you with their variety of acts.
Situated at La Rambla’s central point is the striking Liceu Theatre, which offers a delightful evening of memorable opera performances. The theatre dates back to the 1800s and is the largest of its kind in Europe. Also close by, and definitely worthy of a visit, is Barcelona’s busiest market – La Boqueria, which began trading in the 13th century and boasts over a hundred friendly stalls. Brimming with a huge collection of fresh, colourful produce, the market is where you will find fabulous, freshly caught seafood and provides you with the chance to sample some of the city’s most tasty, traditional tapas dishes.