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Up to 3 guests can get comfort on a budget with this fully equipped and central studio apartment. Barcelona’s Vila de Gràcia puts the city at your fingertips with plenty of entertainment, nightlife and sightseeing within walking distance.
Bathed in natural light and outfitted with exposed-beam ceilings, a private balcony and refreshingly modern amenities, this studio apartment is a great choice for your next trip to Barcelona. The open kitchen features a breakfast bar, plenty of counter space and sleek, new appliances to make dining at home an easy choice. The living area holds a large sofa to easily sleep one guest, and a half wall divides the living area from an accommodating double bed for an additional two guests. The bathroom, with a toilet, shower and elegant ceramic fixtures, is a great place to freshen up before or after a long day of sightseeing. Complete with a dishwasher and a washing machine, this apartment lacks nothing in homey comfort, and the clean and modern décor throughout is sure to please even the most discerning eye.
The Vila de Gràcia is a former medieval town, now subsumed into greater Barcelona. It’s hard to imagine that Barcelona and Gràcia were once separate entities, as only about a half mile now separates this apartment from Barcelona’s principal Old Town, the Ciutat Vella. Aside from picturesque streets with diverse architecture, you’re in the middle of three must-see works by the Catalan Modernist, Antoni Gaudí. Toward the Ciutat Vella, along the wide and welcoming boulevard of the Passeig de Gràcia, you’ll come across the Casa Batlló, a quintessential example of Modernista form and function. Not far to the Northeast is perhaps the most iconic example of this movement, the Sagrada Familia. In the opposite direction of the Passeig de Gràcia, a few minutes’ walk will bring you to the hills that hold Park Güell, where you can catch a great view of Central Barcelona.
A bohemian vibe pervades the Vila de Gràcia, which has a much more homey feel than the touristic areas closer to the Mediterranean. Students and artists who call the neighborhood home support a vast array of daytime cafes and nighttime pubs that can sustain your exploration during the day and keep you out well into the wee hours. Multiple metro stops and bus lines converge on this central neighborhood, putting the entire city easily within reach.