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Occupying a prime position within the Eixample district of Barcelona, this delightful apartment offers a welcome retreat for you and your guests.
Effortlessly blending the past with the present day, this apartment provides the perfect place in which to relax and unwind following a day filled with sightseeing and entertainment. Boasting an array of authentic features, such as exposed brick walls, beautiful vaulted ceilings and attractive wooden floors, the apartment is also ideally located within easy reach of a fantastic collection of must see sights and attractions.
The living room, which is where you will find a flatscreen television for your viewing pleasure, beams with an abundance of natural light, which gracefully flows in through the large French doors. The contemporary kitchen is fully equipped with everything that you will need in order to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together in comfort at the elegant dining table. The calm and inviting bedroom creates the models setting for a much-needed, good night’s sleep and ensures that you are able to rest within a tranquil atmosphere. Completing this delightful accommodation is the apartment’s refreshing bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, washbasin and shower enclosure.
Conveniently situated within Barcelona’s sought after Eixample district, this apartment is just a few minutes away from the simply stunning La Sagrada Familia – a landmark which attracts thousands of visitors from across the globe every single day. This striking place of worship, which was designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi in the late 1800s, is still a work in progress and completion is not expected for another number of years. Once finished, La Sagrada Familia will boast 18 impressive towers, each one dedicated to the 12 apostles, the 4 evangelists, Jesus and the Virgin Mary.
The Eixample district is also the home to Barcelona’s hugely popular Passeig de Gracia, a bustling avenue which is definitely worthy of a visit. Accessible either on foot (approx. 20 minutes away) or by taking a short public transport ride, the Passeig de Gracia is adorned with cafes, restaurants bars and shops and is also where you will find the legendary Casa Mila and Casa Batllo - two more of Gaudi’s creations. Casa Mila, which is also known as La Pedrera - meaning quarry, showcases an exquisite stone faced facade, whilst Casa Batllo is well-known for its remarkable rooftop which was designed to replicate the scales on a dragon’s back.