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For a memorable Barcelona adventure, look no further than this superb two bedroom apartment, which houses up to four guests in the enchanting Gothic Quarter.
Surrounded by medieval churches, cosy tapas bars and picturesque squares, this central lodging enjoys a convenient position in the heart of the Old City. Fusing traditional elements with contemporary touches, the residence appears charismatic throughout and benefits from a range of premium amenities.
Warm wooden floors, fresh white décor and plentiful natural light create a bright and inviting living area, which comes equipped with a sofa and flatscreen TV. The fashionable kitchen supplies all the essentials for indulging in home cooked meals during your stay, with a chic dining table at your disposal for such sociable culinary occasions. Striking vaulted ceilings and exposed brick walls continue into the bedrooms, each tastefully decorated, which house one double bed and two singles in total. The smart bathroom concludes this quality abode with a sink, toilet and shower unit.
License number: HUTB-012204
This Barcelona apartment would ideally suit business or leisure travellers seeking a base directly in the city centre, enabling easy access to a multitude of attractions. Occupying the right flank of the animated La Rambla, the accommodation can be found in the city’s oldest neighbourhood, the Gothic Quarter, which still retains remnants of its Roman heritage. For an incredible journey through Barcelona’s colourful past, head to the nearby City History Museum or MUHBA, which showcases substantial excavations of the original settlement.
Nightlife fans will be delighted by the district’s endless supply of bars and clubs, many of which populate the area’s series of scenic squares. Cafes, restaurants and stores are also in abundance, with several boutiques positioned within metres of your doorstep. The neighbouring barrio of Eixample offers a break from the hustle and bustle, secreting such architectural wonders as Casa Batllo and La Sagrada Familia, both highly recommended for fans of the ingenious Antoni Gaudi.