There are rooms for rent in this 2-bedroom apartment in L’Hospitalet with a live-in landlord which is 60 m² and has a balcony, a living room, an equipped kitchen and a bathroom. This is a spacious apartment with plenty of storage space.
Home to attractions such as the Torres Fira and Plaça Europa, L’Hospitalet is a vibrant area with lots to offer. With a metro station nearby, residents have easy access to the city centre and surrounding neighbourhoods.
Genders allowed: Only males
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
Your gritty, authentic home
L’Hospitalet is an independent city just west of Barcelona.
It’s all about the money here. The rent money, to be precise. Office space is 20 % cheaper than in Barcelona. That’s why all of these companies are here:
So it’s a popular choice for office workers. The transport links to Barcelona are many, fast, and easy. So maybe it’s good for you too.
What can I do here?
Marvel at the skyscrapers around Plaça Europa. The iconic Torres Fira is here.
Catch a gig at the Salamandra music venue. What better way to practise your Catalan than standing a packed bar shouting to be heard? Prices go from €5–€22.
Parc de Les Planes is small and green. A good place to stretch your legs. Around here you’ll find authentic bars serving great tapas. And you won’t hear a word of English.
Restaurante O'Rincón de Galicia is a 6-minute walk from the park. It serves hearty northern-Spanish seafood. Fresh lobster with a cold glass of albariño white wine? Bring it on.
Barcelona centre is 10 minutes by metro. But take the time to explore, and you may grow to love Hospitalet’s authenticity.
La Rambla de La Marina is the main avenue in L’Hospitalet. Doctors tell patients with high cholesterol to walk up and down it. No wonder locals call this "La Ruta del Colesterol".
Can I afford it?
€ (budget friendly)
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