This interior room has a window facing the interior patio of the building and is furnished with a single bed, heating unit, desk, and a standalone wardrobe.
This landlord only accepts students and workers between the ages of 24 and 30.
Special payment policy. See landlord policies.
Located along Carrer Jonquers, this 7 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment is in the heart of Barcelona's culture. The flat is situated on the border of El Born and Barri Gotic, both of which are known for their historical sites, dining and shopping options, and bars! The apartment has 7 rooms for rent and is renovated. The flat is modern, but some parts have maintained the beautiful traditional flooring, creating a great contrast. With comfort at home and entertainment at your doorsteps, these rooms would be perfect for those who like to stay busy! The total area of this property is 140 m2.
This apartment is located on the 1st floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes on racks inside the apartment. The price of rent includes electricity, water, gas, wi-fi, and weekly cleaning of the common areas. The minimum lease for this apartment is 150 days (5 months).
The Plaza Catalunya station, with access to various metro, train, and railway lines, is a 7 minute walk.
Payment method: bank transfer; credit card (after the 1st month, credit card payments incur a 3.5% fee)
Maximum age: 30 years old
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students, Professionals
El Born: This neighborhood has a mixture of historical sites and a trendy scene day and night. Santa Maria del Mar, one of the city’s most beautiful churches that was built thanks to the area’s businessmen and residences, is a must visit. On the Carrer Montcada, you’ll find the Picasso Museum, Barbier-Müller, and Palau Dalmases. If you need to get away from it all, you can relax in the gorgeous Ciutadella park. In addition to having plenty to satisfy your appetite during the day (including eating through Mercat de El Born!), thousands of bars and restaurants open their doors each night to the city’s cosmopolitan and alternative scenes.
Barri Gòtic: Here you’ll be able to find the remains of Barcelona’s Roman origins. As the historic center, you’ll find the Catedral de Barcelona, the Plaça de Sant Jaume, and the headquarters of the Ajuntament (City Hall) and Generalitat de Catalunya (the regional government). Besides the Catedral, there are numerous churches (such as Sant Felip Neri, the Basilica de Santa Mari del Pi, and the Basilica dels Sants Just i Pastor) and the must-visit Plaça Reial. For shopping, the Portal de l’Angel area is a great place to get everything you need. Full of restaurants, bars, and cafés, this area is always bustling with tourists and locals.