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If you want to feel like your room is part of a home, this is the flat for you. This 7- bedroom 200 sq apartment features numerous spacious common areas – a large living and dining area opens onto a light-filled outdoor terrace, furnished with patio furniture, large umbrella and hammock. There is a big kitchen (oven and dishwasher included) where you can cook together or separately with space to spare, and a further upstairs mezzanine lounge area to sit and chat on comfy floor cushions.
This apartment has been recently renovated and modernised, but maintains its traditional Spanish charm with rich colours, wood beams, exposed brick wall and rustic comfortable furniture. With a range of sizes available, there is a bedroom to suit all tastes and budgets – from couples needing an en suite and plenty of wardrobe space, to those looking for something modest. There are extra common storage areas, a separate laundry area, and two separate bathrooms.
Located in fashionable St Pere, the apartment is ideally situated amongst the quirky shops, cool bars and arty streets of this exciting neighbourhood. It is a 10 minute walk away from the sights and sounds of Las Ramblas, with Ciudadela park and the chic area of El Born also nearby. This is the perfect apartment for those looking for a social and relaxed living environment in the heart of the city.
Sant Pere is the oldest district in Barcelona, and at its heart is a monastery and plaza dating back over 1100 years old. The modern Mercat Caterina – an amazing food market selling Spanish delicacies daily – is perched over ancient Roman ruins, which can be viewed from a viewing platform just inside the market building.
This market captures what is great about this up-and-coming fashionable neighbourhood – a perfect blend of tradition and history, with narrow streets,
Roman buildings and medieval walls, mixed with a vibrant, youthful attitude. From art murals decorating the streets, galleries full of local pieces through to funky cafes that stay open late into the evening, this is the perfect neighbourhood for that touch of local flavour and late-night energy that makes Barcelona such a fantastic place to live.
EAT: Elsa Y Fred: Modern Spanish tapas in a cosy, classy venue. The focus is on candlieght, cava and varied, fresh, high-quality food.
DRINK: Ale-Hop: Overdosed on sangria? Ale-Hop is the place to go for craft beers with an impressive range of IPA’s, porters, stouts and sours on tap on by bottle.
SHOP: L’Armari de Sant Pere: A former launderette, this beautiful space offers clothes from up-and-coming, local designers at reasonable prices.