When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
This is a furnished sunny room with an interior patio view and a comfortable double bed.
Special landlord policies.
Looking for a student room in a modern and recently renovated apartment close to the beach, the city centre and University of Barcelona? This shared, exterior apartment, with all utilities included and 5 bedrooms available for rent is conveniently situated on Carrer de la Blanqueria, in the popular neighborhood of El Born. This sunny apartment is fully furnished, with two shared bathrooms, a living area with a balcony, fully equipped kitchen and five double bedrooms for rent. It's a perfect location for a student or a professional as it has easy access to metro and bus stations - you won't have any difficulties commuting to university or work. The apartment itself has a lot of natural light, thanks to Barcelona's sun - and don't worry, there's air conditioning for those hot summer days. With Parc de la Ciutadella located just around the corner, you'll have access to perfect study and picnic spots.
The apartment is just a 16 minute metro ride away from University of Barcelona or you can take a 20 minute walk. You will have easy access to metro and bus stations, so reaching the city centre and the Barceloneta beach won't be a problem.
Payment method: bank transfer or direct debit (landlord charges directly on tenant's account)
7-day booking policy (January to December):
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
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.