Price shown is for long term stays
Bedroom 1 has a double bed and is stylishly furnished. The room features beautiful tiled floors, and opens out onto a small balcony. Furnishings include a comfortable arm chair, a chest of drawers, a large wardrobe, and a desk.
Variable rent prices:
Tenancy duration of 1 month: €480 per month
Tenancy duration of 2-3 months: €450 per month
Tenancy duration of 4-6 months: €400 per month
Tenancy duration of 7-12 months: €380 per month
Special conditions. See Landlord Policies.
Price dependent on tenancy duration. See Bedroom descriptions.
This 3-bedroom apartment on General San Martín, in L'Example has stylish rooms to rent and is in an excellent location. The 130m² property features stunning tiled floors throughout and has a beautiful decor. There is a fully equipped kitchen, 1 shared bathroom, and both rooms are spacious and fully furnished.
The apartment is located in L'Example and within easy walking distance of the city centre. The neighbourhood is as lively as it gets in Valencia and is an unbeatable location for those that want to soak up everything the city has to offer.
Suitable for: Professionals, 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?