This exterior room has a street-facing balcony and is furnished with a double bed and a wardrobe. You'll have a nightstand and a desk provided for you by the landlord.
Located on Carrer Ferlandina in the El Raval neighborhood of Barcelona, this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment has 2 rooms for rent. The budget-friendly and centrally situated rooms are ideal for young professionals and students, as El Raval is one of the most diverse and exciting areas of the city. You'll find museums like the MACBa and shops all around the area! As some of the campuses of the University of Barcelona are located a 5 minute walk away, students of this institution will benefit having a this flat as their base. The rooms are both spacious and exterior, and the flat itself is quite charming: you'll find walls painted with blue and yellow tones and tiled flooring with traditional designs. The 4th floor apartment has views of the street, even of the MACBa, and is within walking distance of many transportation lines. Convenient location and comfortable home- this 120 m² has it all.
This apartment is located on the 4th floor of a building which isn’t equipped with an elevator. It has single electric heating and electric water heating. You can dry your clothes on racks inside the apartment. Wi-Fi is installed and activated.
Metro station Universitat (Line 1 and 2) and Sant Antoni (Line 2) are both a 5 minute walk.
Payment method: cash
Overnight guests: not permitted
Cancellation policy: strict
Occupancy rules: 1 person per room
Cleaning: every 15 days
Smoking not permitted
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
El Raval: Located to the left of Les Rambles between two of Barcelona’s major markets, El Mercat de Sant Josep (better known as La Boquería) and El Mercat de Sant Antoni, the former red light district is a diverse and thriving area that’s ripe for exploring. You’ll find the MACBa (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona), the Filmoteca, and the Centre de la Cultura Contemporania nestled in this district as well. This is a great area to shop for clothes, and though the increased gentrification is pushing out small businesses, you can still find more of a variety than the designer stores in L’Eixample. This area is definitely worth visiting!