Postgraduates and workers only.
This spacious apartment includes plenty of room for cooking and sharing meals, with a large separate dining room and a kitchen that includes a separate pantry area. The landlord's decor brightens up the space, with touches of color and a few neat art objects.
This apartment is located in the neighborhood of Gràcia, known as one of the city's best areas for restaurants and bars as well as joining in on the local street life in small plazas. Get your shopping done at the Mercat de Lesseps, just a 5-minute walk away, or enjoy a break from the city at the lush Parc del Turó del Putxet, a 10-minute walk from your front door.
Genders allowed: Only males
Suitable for: Professionals
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
Your charming, lively hangout
Gràcia was once an independent town.
Perhaps that’s why it feels like a village in the heart of Barcelona.
Bars, boutiques and restaurants pepper the pedestrian streets. It's a real a favourite of local residents.
What can I do here?
Visit the colourful temple of Catalan modernism that is Park Güell. Think Spartacus meets the Flintstones. Awesome. You have to pay €8 to get in, though.
Shop for fresh food at Mercat de la Llibertat. It’s an indoor market, open since 1888. You can buy fish, legumes, vegetables and other natural products.
Explore the car-free streets. (Why aren’t all city centres car free?)
Pause for a cool beer or vermouth in one of Gràcia’s vibrant squares:
Cines Verdi is a cinema. It shows original language films with Spanish subtitles. Some weeknight viewings are a tiny bit cheaper (€7 vs €8). Gosh.
The best time to be in Gràcia is mid-August during the Festa Major de Gràcia. Jaw-dropping street decorations, human pyramids, fireworks, parades, great food and lots to drink. Party on. And on.
Can I afford it?
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