Studio apartment in El Raval near UB Universitat de Barcelona

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Kitchen

Kitchen

Kitchen

Bathroom

Bathroom

Street

Street

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Studio

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Studio

Floor plan

Floor plan

Price
€ 1000 per month
First payment
One-time service fee
Includes our Spotahome guarantee, free cancelation and additional 24h. to review your rent.
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Minimum stay: 1 month (32 days).
No maximum stay
Type of contract: dailyLearn more
Available: January 1, 2018
Ref. 85346

General info

Description

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom studio apartment is located on Carrer dels Tallers in the center of Barcelona’s El Raval neighborhood, located to the left of Les Rambles. In addition, its close proximity to Plaça de Catalunya, which divides the older parts of Barcelona from L’Eixample, makes its location ideal for students at the UB (Universitat de Barcelona) or anyone having to access other points via the Plaça de Catalunya hub. The area of the apartment is 25 m2.

Details

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom 25 m2 apartment is located on the first floor of the building. The apartment has A/C heating and central water heating.The price of rent includes utilities (electricity, WiFi, heating/A/C, water, and WiFi) and sheets and towels. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month).

Transportation

The apartment is a three-minute walk from Plaça de Catalunya Metro (TMB L3, FGC L6 and L7) stop and FGC train station (ES, S1, S2, S5, and S55).

Landlord policies

Smoking is NOT permitted inside the apartment. The landlord speaks English and doesn't live inside the apartment and requires 1 month´s rent as a deposit. Rent may be paid either in cash or via bank transfer.

Bills included

Electricity
Water
Wifi
Central Heat
Council Tax
Bed Linen

Apartment features

Furnished
A/C
TV
Washing machine
Interior
Equipped kitchen
Smoking allowed
Central water heating
AC units for heating
Oven

Neighborhood information

El Raval is situated between Barna's most important markets: La Boquería (El Mercat de Sant Josep) and El Mercat de Sant Antoni, making it the city's most densely-populated and one of the most controversial neighborhoods. Initially farmland, it started to grow through the Sant Pau del Camp church outside the city's walls, a corner to which you should go in order to go back in time to the 10th century without leaving Barcelona. It is presently one of the city's most multicultural areas, where immigrants have made space for themselves and live calmly with modern structures such as MACA (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona), the Filmoteca, or the Centre de la Cultura Contemporania. From the Centre de la Cultura Contemporania you can enjoy an overlook boasting views of the Mediterranean. Its main streets are not the cleanest nor the city's safest, but it's inevitable not to miss out on them and discover curious stores and the most picturesque business alongside more modern architecture.

What we liked the most

  • The apartment has A/C, ideal for humid Barcelona summers
  • The double bed has storage underneath
  • The kitchen is well-equipped
  • There’s a HUGE TV

Things to keep in mind

  • The apartment is in a walk-up building, meaning that there’s no elevator