This two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located on Career de la Llibertat in the Gràcia section of Barcelona. Known as the bohemian neighborhood, this is an ideal apartment for those looking for a young, vibrant community with plenty of access to the center of Barcelona as well as to universities in Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Pedralbes, and the suburbs. Its location near the Avinguda Diagonal and the point where the Passeig de Gràcia converts into Carrer Gran de Gràcia allows you to have the best of Gràcia with the ease of connecting into centric areas as well as the suburbs. This apartment is ideal for a group of friends studying at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and ESADE Business School due to its proximity to the Gràcia FGC station that will get you service to campus. The area of the apartment is 60 m2.
The apartment is a seven-minute walk from the Diagonal Metro (TMB L3 Línia 3) stop and a nine-minute walk from the Verdaguer Metro (TMB L5 Línia 5) stop. It is also an 11-minute walk from the Gràcia Metro (FGC L6 and L7) stop and FGC train station serving lines ES, S1m S2, S5, and S55, which provide connections to the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and ESADE Business School campuses.
Smoking is not permitted inside the apartment. The landlord speaks English and does not live inside the apartment. Rent may be paid in either cash, via bank transfer, or by credit card.
According to the people who live there, La Villa de Gràcia like a small village in the middle of the city. Known as the artsy or bohemian neighborhood, it's full of small workshops, boutiques for young designers, and restaurants serving cuisines from half of the world. It's an area full of young people who flood the area's plazas day and night. During August don't forget about this area, because over the course of the week, the neighborhoods fight over which is the best-decorated street with incredible designs that will leave you open-mouthed! In this area you can also visit some modernist buildings: el Hotel Casa Fuster or the Casa Vicens, or even go up to the Parc Güell, Antoni Gaudí's famous attempt at a 60-home development which is now a magnificent park.