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Occupying a prime position within Barcelona’s Eixample district, this stunning apartment ensures that your stay within this wonderful city will be both comfortable and memorable.
Located just a few minutes away from the world famous La Sagrada Familia, this apartment offers the ideal starting point from which your journey can begin. Exuding a warm and welcoming ambiance, the apartment also allows you to relax and unwind in comfort and style following an action packed day of sightseeing and adventure.
The living room, which is simply furnished with a comfy sofa and a flatscreen television, is highlighted by striking authentic features, such as an exposed brick wall, a vaulted ceiling and a beautiful wooden floor. 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 with your companions at the elegant dining table.
The inviting bedrooms ensure that everyone has a calm and tranquil haven in which to rest and appreciate a much-needed, good night’s sleep. The apartment’s refreshing bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, washbasin and shower enclosure, naturally completes this stunning accommodation.
Conveniently situated within easy reach of a superb selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, this apartment occupies a prime position within the popular Eixample district of Barcelona. The area was designed by the architect Ildefons Cerda in the late 1800s to serve as an extension of the growing city centre. Nowadays it is renowned for its fabulous collection of must see sights and attractions, all of which are easily accessible from the apartment, either on foot or by taking public transport from one of the nearby stops.
Just a few minutes away from the apartment is the remarkable La Sagrada Familia, a landmark which is regarded as one of Barcelona’s top visited tourist attractions. Designed by the much-loved, local architect Antoni Gaudi, the striking basilica boasts some truly stunning examples of exquisite architecture. Construction of La Sagrada Familia started at the end of the 19th century and is surprisingly still taking place to this very day, with completion not expected for several more years. Within the basilica is a fascinating museum, which allows visitors to delve into the history of the building as well as view the plans for the finished structure.