Bedroom 1 is furnished with a comfortable double bed, and it has access to the terrace. This room also has a desk for studying, and a standalone wardrobe for storing clothes.
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Rooms are for rent in an 4-bedroom refurbished apartment with a terrace situated in the l'Eixample neighbourhood in the heart of Valencia. The flat is right next to the Jardí del Túria, a picturesque retreat for when tenants would like to escape the busy, city lifestyle for a few hours. The property has recently been renovated, and is therefore equipped with modern, clean furniture. The living and kitchen areas are combined in the same room, and the kitchen is fully equipped with up-to-date appliances. The University of Valencia is 17 minutes from the property, making the rooms ideal for students.
Alameda metro station is 9 minutes from the apartment and provides access to lines 3, 5, 7 and 9.
Smoking permitted: no (only on balconies)
Accepted ages for tenants: 18-30 years old only
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, Students, Erasmus
Your central, stylish and chic home
L’Eixample is Valencia’s most exciting area. It’s stunning. And it’s divided into 3 smaller districts:
Walk round any corner and you’ll find something worth seeing. The old and the new stand side by side. Valencian traditions have a strong presence here.
What will you uncover in L’Eixample?
What can I do here?
Gaze up at the Art Nouveau architecture.
Stroll in the sun down wide boulevards.
Browse the stores on Carrer Colón – Valencia’s most exclusive shopping street.
Enjoy the chic bars, restaurants and nightclubs of Russafa (Spanish: Ruzafa). It’s Valencia’s trendiest barrio.
Why not try out one of the many burger bars? The Black Turtle is known for its interesting variations on the theme. Pancake burger, anybody?
Just around the corner from is Ubik. It’s a bookshop and café in one. It has attentive staff and vegetarian options. Some consider it the heart and soul of Russafa.
This area really comes to life during the Las Fallas festival in March. The street lights and illuminations in Russafa are magical. (Think Christmas multiplied by ten.)
Eixample is Valencian for ‘extension’. This neighbourhood grew from the old city in the late 1800s, swallowing up the former village of Russafa. Expansionist!
Can I afford it?
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