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This 2-bedroom apartment is perfect for you if you want to live in one of Barcelona's more residential neighborhoods. Not only does it come with an equipped kitchen and spacious bathroom, it also has quite a large combined living and dining room and a balcony that lets in a ton of fresh air and natural light. Can't leave your sweetheart behind? It's no problem because this apartment allows for couples!
Just because you'll be in a residential area, doesn't mean that you won't have all of the conveniences of living in a big city. There are two grocery stores within a 5-minute walk from the apartment. You'll also find several restaurants of different types including tapas bars, pizzerias, and traditional sit-down restaurants. The closest metro stop, Torras i Bages, is just 8 minutes away.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
Your relaxed and charming hangout
Tranquil. Familiar. Good transport links.
Sant Andreu is a residential community in the north of Barcelona.
You can enjoy small-town life while living in the big city. Because it’s a fusion of several old villages, Sant Andreu is also a friendly and authentic place to live.
Looking for a small-town community with excellent connections to the city centre?
Sant Andreu is your home away from home.
What can I do here?
See what’s on at Fabra i Coats. It’s an old factory reinvented as a community-and-cultural centre with exhibitions, festivals and workshops.
Discover the well-hidden Plaça de Masadas. It’s one of the only porticoed plazas in Barcelona. Sombre neoclassical buildings house the bars. High archways shade the stone terraces.
Sit down. It’s vermouth time. The first Sunday of each month, there’s an antique toy market here too.
L’Empanat is also on Plaça de Masadas. It’s a burger bar, and it’s very, very popular. A good sign. A meaty burger dressed with quince, brie and walnuts? We’re there.
Explore 1,000 years of history in the old town of Sant Andreu de Palomar.
Browse the shops at the Maquinista shopping centre. It’s more popular than a pirate in a pub, which is weird … it’s a shopping centre.
Central Barcelona is a short metro or bus ride away.
What could be better?
Residents are called Andreuencs. Linguistic.
Can I afford it?
€ (budget friendly)
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