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Situated in Barcelona’s vibrant Barri Gotic, this apartment offers up to four guests the chance to live in style and comfort in a classically renovated Catalan building at an affordable price.
See what it’s like to live in the very center of Barcelona’s thriving Old Town, with multitudes of entertainment options at your fingertips day and night, without emptying your wallet on accommodation. The Ramblas 3-1 apartment is a perfect place for you and up to five friends to call home on your next visit to Barcelona.
Aside from the central location, this apartment has plenty of atmosphere and amenities to go around. Lovingly renovated Catalan architecture is apparent from the minute you walk in the door, from the exposed-beam ceilings leading into exposed-brick walls, all the way down to the parquette floor. The living room is equipped to be your home base, with a TV, attached dining area, a sofa big enough for you and anyone you may meet, and enough windows to keep the apartment naturally lit well into the evening. Two bedrooms hold four single beds, and with the fold-out sofa in the living room the apartment can easily accommodate six people. The kitchen is fully equipped for culinary adventures in Catalan cuisine, including everything you may need from a dishwasher to a coffeemaker, and the dining area is ready for six hungry guests to enjoy a home-cooked meal. Air conditioning, a fourth floor balcony, and elevator access will make you glad to come home after a long day of adventuring.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style, comfort or location. If you’re looking for a great value in central Barcelona, the Ramblas 3-1 apartment is your ticket.
Barcelona’s Ramblas neighborhood centers on the pedestrian boulevard called La Rambla, which used to be a riverbed bordering Barcelona’s 15th century fortifications. Walk to La Rambla and the first thing you’ll see is Barcelona’s Teatre Principal, the city’s oldest theater. For a crash-course in Barcelona culture, thread your way towards the Plaça de Catalunya between vendors, cafes and throngs of street performers running the gamut between genius and annoying. You’ll pass the still-posh Liceu Opera House, and just a little farther the gigantic Boqueria market, where you can pick up some fresh seafood or vegetables to stock your fridge, or get a quick (and budget-friendly) bite at one of the dozens of food stands and small restaurants lining the square.
When the sun goes down, you won’t be far from Barcelona’s hottest night life spots. Get started right downstairs at one of the city’s favorite Irish Pubs or cocktail bars, and hop your way to the Plaça Reial, just minutes from your door if you walk straight, where the city’s newest and hippest nightclubs create a revolving scene of heart-pounding beats and abandoned high heels. Cap it all off at the other end of La Rambla with a late-night stroll by the docks and listen to the restless yachts pulling at their ropes in the Mediterranean seabreeze.
No matter how far you wander, you’ll always be glad to come back to your own Ramblas 3-1 apartment to rest and fuel up to do it all again tomorrow.