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Located between the manicured hills of Park Güell and the winding medieval streets of Barcelona’s Old Town Proper, this charming neighborhood offers ample opportunities for sightseeing and entertainment. This 2-bedroom apartment boasts 2 full bathrooms and over 100 square meters of living space, allowing up to 6 guests to live in comfort and style.
This delightfully modern apartment is bathed in natural light and equipped with all the latest amenities. The master bedroom holds a plush double bed and features an attached private bathroom. The second bedroom holds two single beds, and two single sofas in the living room guarantee a good night’s sleep for two additional guests. Between the apartment’s two bathrooms you’ll find a full bath and a shower, and both are outfitted in tasteful décor and modern fixtures. The open and sunny kitchen has plenty of counter space and all the appliances you’ll need to cook up a storm with healthy local ingredients. A dishwasher, a washing machine and a private balcony are all available to make your stay better, and at over 100 square meters, this apartment gives you plenty of space to stretch out and relax.
Please note that the pictures featured are not of this exact apartment, but are meant to convey a general sense of the space and atmosphere. Layout, decoration and furniture in the actual apartment may differ from what is pictured.
This apartment’s central location puts all of central Barcelona at your fingertips. The Vila de Gràcia is its own Old Town, with narrow streets and charming houses dating back to medieval times. Just steps from your door you’ll find the entrance to the picturesque Passeig de Gràcia, stretching about a mile to the border of the Ciutat Vella, or Barcelona’s Old Town Proper. Along the way, besides tree-shaded sidewalks and welcoming restaurants, you’ll find one of Antoni Gaudí’s most celebrated Modernista buildings, the Casa Batlló. The opposite direction from the Passeig de Gràcia will lead you deeper into the hills lining the top of the district, into which is nestled another iconic work by the same designer, the flowing and opulent Park Güell.
The neighborhood around the apartment is lively all year, with a bohemian mix of student-and-artist residence fueling a diverse collection of cafes and nightlife spots, but the Vila de Gràcia gives off a much more local vibe than more touristic areas closer to the Mediterranean. Here, you can live like the locals live without sacrificing any of the photogenic splendor of a medieval-meets-modern neighborhood, and the central location coupled with ample transit connections makes it a breeze to visit the rest of the city.