There are individual and shared rooms available to rent in this residence hall in Eixample Esquerra. This grand residence hall has a beautiful classic design with modern touches, high ceilings, and wood flooring. There is a 2-room shared living room, spacious and equipped kitchen, as well as a large dining room and study hall.
Tenants can choose from Type A (single bed) or Type B (shared room) rooms. Each room comes with a personal desk and wardrobe, as well as a private key for added privacy. There are communal bathrooms, where you can find various shower cabins, toilets, and sinks.
The residence hall is perfect for students attending the Universitat de Barcelona, which is less than a 15-minute walk away. Located on Carrer Esquerra, you will have the opportunity to experience Barcelona's charm, surrounded by international cuisines, plenty of bars and cafés, and lots of shopping options.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Restrictions: This property is only for Students
L’Esquerra de l’Eixample
Your laid-back, upscale hub for student and LGBT life
In L’Esquerra de l’Eixample, all walks of life and all ways of living are at your fingertips.
L’Esquerra de l’Eixample means “the left side of the Eixample”. It’s part of an extension to Barcelona built in the late 1800s. L’Eixample is pronounced ‘luh-shamp-luh’.
Today, L’Esquerra is a well-to-do place. You’ll find lots of cafés, bars, restaurants and shops. And what’s better than reading a thrilling novel in the corner of an adorable café? Apart from that, cheeky.
What can I do here?
First, let’s get you refreshed...
Go to Sirvent on Carrer de Balmes and try their excellent orxata. It’s a drink made from tiger nuts. Not quite milk, not quite ice cream, it’s very moreish.
Shop for quality fresh produce at Mercat del Ninot. This market is in a hangar made from cast-iron and glass. Remodelled in 2009, it’s a bright, clean, modern space.
The stalls sell fresh fish, meat, vegetables and other natural products. There’s also a bakery.
Contemplate Miró’s Dona i Ocell sculpture at Parc Joan Miró. It’s a 22-metre-tall dream figure covered in red, blue and yellow tile fragments. The tiles were actually applied by Gardy Artigas, a close friend of Miró’s.
In 2010, bullfighting was banned in Catalonia. Las Arenas bullring is now a shopping centre. Progress.
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