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Sunny and spacious rooms with AC are available to rent in this stylish 7-bedroom property with several balconies near the Polytechnic University in Pedralbes. The property has an ample kitchen with everything you might need, including an oven, a dishwasher, a microwave, a washing machine, and a big dining table. There are 2 full bathrooms in the apartment, both of which have showers and plenty of storage space.
Pedralbes is a lively, well-connected neighborhood just to the west of Barcelona's historic center. Nearby, you'll find lots to do, with the Camp Nou stadium, Palau Reial, and the Parc de Pedralbes all within close walking distance of the property. And you're in luck if you're a student: the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya is also a short walk from your doorstep. Perfection.
Overnight guests: €40 per person per night
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Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Lots of money; lots of students
Chic. Trendy. High-class.
Pedralbes is one posh neighbourhood. The classy architecture and refined atmosphere will blow you away. And blow a hole in your bank balance too.
No wonder so many celebrities buy their homes here. Opulent is the word.
Pedralbes is part of Les Corts district, which is home to lots of universities and international schools:
Are you studying in Barcelona? Do you love the finer things in life?
Get yourself to Pedralbes.
What can I do here?
Go for a walk along Avinguda Pearson. Or have your manservant carry you.
After all, this is the Beverly Hills of Barcelona. Mansions here sell for up to €17,250 per m². Oh well, dreaming is free. Just about.
Watch a tennis tournament at Reial Club de Tenis. The Barcelona Open Tennis Tournament is held here. Or for €1.485, you can become a member. Learn to serve the ultimate ace.
Explore gothic Pedralbes monastery ...
… It’s 700 years old. It’s huge. It has a museum. You can even learn about medieval diets. The 40-metre arched cloisters face a central garden of orange trees and pine. €6.75 entry fee.
Breath the perfumed air in the scented gardens at 17th-century Pedralbes Palace.
There’s a fountain by Gaudí. You can find lots of trees here: palm, pine, lime, eucalyptus, cypress and more. It’s pretty. A tranquil refuge from busy Barcelona.
Two fun facts
1: Shakira and Gerard Piqué live in Pedralbes.
2: Pedralbes is a rephrasing of “petres albes”, meaning “white stones”. The name refers to the stones used to build the local monastery.
Can I afford it?
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