Variable rent. See Landlord policies.
There are rooms to rent in this 85 m², 3-bedroom apartment in Poblenou which has a spacious living area, a furnished kitchen and a laundry room. The apartment also offers a shared bathroom and 2 ensuite bathrooms, as well as air conditioning throughout.
This apartment is on Carrer d'Ali Bei in Poblenou, a beachside neighbourhood which is home to several popular restaurants, bars and cafes. Poblenou is also home to the Parc de l'Estació del Nord, and the nearby metro station provides easy access to the city centre and surrounding regions.
Admin fee: €150 (to be paid upon arrival)
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Your by-the-beach Barcelona heaven
Say hello to Poblenou.
It’s a beachside neighbourhood with a sporty, serene vibe. It’s mellower – and more affordable – than heavily populated Barceloneta.
You have public transportation connections to Barcelona’s most popular neighbourhoods.
Friends go to war here over a game of beach volleyball. Then laugh it off over a coffee on a terraza.
Want to enjoy the Barcelona beach life at a slower pace?
Poblenou is where you need to be.
What can I do here?
Relax. A lot.
It’s what people do here.
Spend the day at the beach. Cool off in the Med. Grab a drink from the nearest xiringuito (beach bar). Oh yes.
Poblenou’s own Rambla has shops, bars, restaurants and the rest. Its seafront promenade is perfect for cycling or rollerblading.
Poblenou was once an industrial centre. So it has lots of old workhouse buildings. They’re now home to bars and apartments. It’s a good vibe.
Plaça de Prim is the oldest plaza in the neighbourhood.
Once it was home to fisherfolk. Today it’s home to fish restaurant Els Pescadors. It’s one of those places you go to for simple, fresh food that tastes fine. (It’s a little expensive, though.)
Plaça de Prim also has 3 ombú trees. You know, those huge gnarly trees with roots like a seething den of snakes. Photo op ahoy.
If you tire of being outdoors, you have good shopping in Diagonal Mar Shopping Centre.
In the 19th century, Poblenou was Spain’s thriving industrial epicentre. This success earned Poblenou the nickname “the Catalan Manchester”. Progressive.
Can I afford it?
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