When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
This bedroom has a single bed and was unable to be filmed.
This four-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom exterior apartment is located on Carrer de Muntaner in the Eixample Esquerra section of Barcelona. The apartment has the advantage of being within walking distance of all of L’Eixample’s attractions, including several Modernisme Catalana architectural landmarks, the whole Raval/Born/Ciutat Vella, and is also next to the Universitat de Barcelona (UB) campus, excellent for anyone studying at the UB. The area of the apartment is 100 m2.
This four-bedroom, one-bathroom 100 m2 exterior apartment is on the first floor of a building without an elevator. The apartment has individual electrical heating and electric water heating. The price of rent includes water, electricity, and WiFi, sheets and towels, but heating is NOT included in the price of rent. All utilities are capped at €50 per month. The minimum lease for this apartment is 180 days (6 months).
The apartment is a five-minute walk from the Universitat (TMB L1 Línia 1) Metro stop.
To the left of Passeig de Gràcia extends the other side of L'Eixample, which was constructed at the beginning of the 20th Century. Many middle-class Catalans and students from the Universitat de Barcelona (or UB) or the Escola Industrial, among others, take advantage of the area's proximity to their campuses, the nightlife, and the center of Barcelona in order to enjoy the city. At the other end of the area is Las Arenas the city's newest shopping mall with an overlook that lets you peek at Barcelona's skyline. You'll also find Antaño, an old bullring with over 100 years of history. Between these two points you'll find the "Gayfriendly" zone, or as residents call "Gaixample": stores, businesses, and various organizations make it one of the city's most authentic neighborhoods. In the lower part of the area you'll find the Mercat de Sant Antoni, the city's oldest and that is currently under renovation. On Sunday mornings you can walk through antique books, records, or you can even exchange trading cards.