Exterior room with balcony with street views (shared with room 4). Furnished with double bed, desk, and wardrobe.
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A 5-bedroom apartment in the Sants-Montjuïc neighborhood of Barcelona with rooms for rent with utilities included. Located on Carrer de la Noguera Pallaresa, this flat measures 75 m² and offers a convenient base for those who need to commute to work or like to travel often, as the Sants Train Station is located 13 minutes away by foot. The common areas include the kitchen, the living room, and bathroom. These rooms will be perfect for those who want to live in a well-connected area and meet new people while doing so. With 4 other roommates, you're sure to make friends!
Pets: not permitted
Couples: rooms which permit couples will have a rent increase of between €60 and €90 per month when occupied by a couple
**Utilities limit: **
15-day booking policy:
Example: If the previous tenant leaves on July 1, you must move in by July 15
Fortnightly payment policy:
Check-in policies: (Madrid only)
Check-in policies: (Barcelona only)
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Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Your central, unpretentious hideout
Urban, urbane and central.
Home to Barcelona’s main train station.
Sants has a strong community spirit. And a multitude of options when it comes to bars, shopping and nightlife.
Sants’ green lung is the towering Montjuïc Park.
Sound good to you?
What can I do here?
Go to Plaça dels Països Catalans, next to the station. Admire the skills of the skaters. Dem skills…
In Parc de l’Espanya Industrial, you can discover the area’s industrial heritage. It’s a strange place though:
You’ll have to make up your own mind on this one.
Take yourself on a day trip from Sants station. You can get to the Basque country in 6 hours. And with almost 40 Michelin-starred restaurants, it’s one of the top food destinations in Europe.
Need to get out?
You have hours of exploring to do in sprawling Montjuïc park. There are miles of jogging trails. It’s home to the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya too. You can learn about 1,000 years of Catalan art.
And then there’s that view of the city and sea.
At the end of August, the whole neighbourhood celebrates the Festa Major de Sants. Human pyramids, fireworks, Catalan food and drink – it’s full on. Party on. And on.
Can I afford it?
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