This laid-back 27 sqm studio apartment is exterior and bright, and has a balcony with beautiful street views. It is located in Agullers street, in breathtakingly beautiful El Borne. This trendy neighbourhood is bustling with activity and it is also very central and well connected. Accessing public transport from this apartment is very easy, with train station Barcelona França and metro station Jaume I both located five minutes away by foot.
This apartment is located on the fourth floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. The apartment has a hot/cold air-conditioning unit and central water heating. The price of rent includes utilities (water, electricity, gas and WiFi), bed linen, towels and a cleaning service when you check out of the property. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month)
This apartment is located five minutes away (400m) from Barcelona França, a major railway station from where you can catch regional and medium distance trains, as well as long distance services to Valencia and Alicante. Metro station Jaume I (L4) is located 500m from the apartment.
Smoking is not permitted in the apartment. Pets are not allowed. The English speaking landlord does not live in the apartment. Rent can be paid through bank transaction or with a credit card. Check in policy: Please note that check-in starts from 15:00 h at the central office. If you arrive before this time, and if there is space in the office, you may leave your luggage at reception. The reception opening hours are from 10:00 to 20:00 h.
Check-in outside of these hours takes place in the apartments and will be an automatic check in. You must call the Landlord to receive the code to access the building and keys.
In case you arrive after 20:00, require a person to open the door for you, and do a “Personal check in,” there will be an extra charge of 40 euros. You must request this service at least one day prior to your arrival. Personal check in at the apartment is not possible after 01:30 h.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
El Born, in the Middle Ages, started being the place where celebrations and jousts were held, but little by little, the wealthy merchants decided to build their palaces in the area on streets such as the Carrer de Moncada; today you can still visit some of these houses, like the one that houses the Museu Picasso or the Palau Dalmases. Part of the neighborhood was destroyed in 1714 to make way for the Ciutadella military fortress, from which a few buildings are preserved. The Ciutadella is today an enormous park where people seek to disconnect on weekends. In the daytime you can visit one of the city's most beautiful churches: Santa Maria del Mar, built thanks to the area's businessmen and residents. A novel, La Esglesia del Mar (La Catedral de Mar in Spanish), by Ildefonso Falcones, is set during the period of the church's construction. And at night, thousands of bars and restaurants open their doors to Barcelona's most cosmopolitan and alternative people.