This fantastic 5-bedroom apartment has rooms to rent in the central district of L'Eixample. The apartment has been newly renovated to a high standard, and each room is spacious, with double beds, desks, sofas, and plenty of storage space. There are 2 bathrooms to share between 4 of the rooms, whilst the 5th has an en-suite. The bathrooms are all brand new, with spacious open showers, and brand new fittings. There is a large kitchen with plenty of storage, an oven, and a stove, as well as access to a small balcony with lines to dry your clothes.
You will be living in a central district of the city, surrounded by thousands of shops, cafés, bars, and restaurants. You will never lack for a place to go for a bite to eat, or to buy some last-minute groceries. Valencia's Estació del Nord is a few minutes' walk away, and there are several metro stations nearby, along with lots of bus routes. In the area you can also find the Plaza de Toros, several museums, and the IMAX, near the Jardines del Túria.
Smoking permitted: no (only on balconies)
Accepted ages for tenants: 18-30 years old only
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
The district of L’Eixample is comprised of 3 neighborhoods: Ruzafa, El Pla del Remei, and Gran Vía. The most famous and popular is Ruzafa (also spelled Russafa), characterized by its ethnically diverse and cultured atmosphere; it is a place to go for authentic international cuisine (including a location of the Taste of America chain of American food stores). Russafa is a great neighborhood for students as well and due to its vibrant flavor and proximity to the center of the city, it is becoming a target area for cool local small businesses. While L’Eixample lacks the genius of Antoni Gaudí, there are still plenty of elegant Modernist-style buildings throughout the neighborhood. You’ll often find groups of friends meeting on the Plaça de Canovas, which is right next to the famous Edificio Chapo, to go out for the night. This is also the epicenter for Les Falles festival at the end of March, when the city turns into a hotbed destination for travelers worldwide.