This sunny exterior loft was created with flair and style and will appeal to those looking for something a little bit special. As you enter the house you will encounter the kitchen and a wonderful private terrace on the left hand side. The bathroom follows, and the living area is located towards the back of the apartment with the bedroom located on a mezzanine level above this room. This apartment is conveniently located in the Barri Gotic, on Ferran street, right in the centre of Barcelona. A short walk will take you to Plaza Real, a stunning square which is popular with tourists and locals alike, offering a fantastic atmosphere and an excellent selection of bars, clubs and tapas restaurants located under arched walkways.
This apartment is located on the fifth floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. The apartment has central heating and air-conditioning and central water heating. The price of rent includes council tax, utilities (water, electricity, gas, heating and Wi-Fi), bed linen, towels and a cleaning service when you check out of the property. There is a safe box available to store your valuables. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month).
The closest metro station is Liceu (L2) and it is located three minutes away from the apartment by foot.
Pets permitted: no
Check-in after 8pm: €40 extra cost
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
To the right of Les Rambles you'll find the Barri Gotic, the city's historical nucleus. From Barcino, the Roman name for the city, you'll still find many remains: part of the walls, temple columns, tombs...you can visit many of these in the Museu de l'Historia de la Ciutat in the Plaça de Rei, a plaza you must visit. Much has change since the perfect Roman squared urban planning, up until today's chaotic streets and alleyways that have remained intact since the 19th Century. Even movies set in medieval times have taken advantages of the Barri Gotic's aesthetics to film sequences. Visiting Barri Gotic is to lose oneself for hours and find rocks with hundreds of years of history: the Catedral de Barcelona with its magnificent cloister and 13 oca plants, the Plaça de Sant Jaume with the Ajuntament (City Hall) and Generalitat de Catalunya (the Catalan Regional Government), the Jewish quarter, the Plaça Reial (which is ideal to find places to have drinks), and the Portal de l'Angel, a shopping street de excellence. It's a neighborhood full of locals and tourists alike where you'll always be able to find a new corner to visit.