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Located on the 4th floor of a classic building in La Dreta de l’Eixample, there are rooms available to rent in this spacious 3-bedroom apartment. The apartment has classic features with stone tiling, high ceilings, and modern appliances. There is a cozy interior living room and a spacious, fully equipped kitchen.
Not only is this apartment located in the elegant La Dreta de l’Eixample (one of the best neighborhoods), but it is just minutes from the world-famous Sagrada Família Basilica. If you are looking to live and feel the energy of Barcelona, this is the place for you. You are central, you are surrounded by restaurants, and you are well-connected.
Cancellation policy: strict
To be paid upon check-in (summary):
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
La Dreta de l’Eixample
Your elegant and upscale hideout
Buildings raised in praise of God. Buildings raised with freedom of thought. The medieval. The modernist.
“La Dreta de l’Eixample” means “the right side of the Eixample”. It’s part of the extension to Barcelona built in the late 1800s. L’Eixample is pronounced ‘luh-shamp-luh’.
Plaça Catalunya is here. It’s the heart of Barcelona life. All buses, metros, footpaths and stories meet here. Probably.
Are you looking for an adorable corner to call home?
Come to La Dreta de l’Eixample.
What can I do here?
Go to Plaça de Catalunya.
There is always something going on here. Ice rinks in winter, cheese fairs in summer. Sit and listen to the falling waters of the fountains. Watch the world go by.
Visit the Sagrada Familia. Marvel at the rainbow interior. Breathtaking. You may not often feel a sense of wonder, but you will here. Especially if you go on a sunny day.
Did someone say shopping?
Grab a suitcase full of €50 notes. You’ll need them if you go shopping on on Passeig de Gràcia. It’s home to names like Prada, Stella McCartney and Valentino.
Go to La Terraza del Claris. Try botifarra (sausage) and other traditional Catalan tapas, along with a vermouth.
Construction on the Sagrada Familia began way back in 1882. But you’ll have to wait until 2026 to see the completed building. Patience, my young Padawan.
Can I afford it?
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