The apartment "Luxury place at Gothic Area" gives you the opportunity to discover Barcelona and feel at home, enjoying all the amenities of a luxury hotel from the privacy, comfort and convenience of your own home.
Located in Old Town, full of charming area where history breathes rhythm, past, present and future of the city, you can enjoy the historic center, a few meters from Plaza Catalunya, the center of the city. Our apartment is the perfect place to enjoy Barcelona enclave.
Looking for your satisfaction, we have designed a rented apartment, equipped with everything needed for upscale housing for your temporary stay, whether getaways few days or long periods in Barcelona become unforgettable.
During the time you're in Bacelona, this will be your home, the space where you invite your friends for a drink after work, venue for a nice dinner or take a short weekend with your partner away from the coldness the four walls of a hotel.
Distances from the apartment:
Plaza Catalunya: 3 min walk
Las Ramblas: 5 minutes walk
La Pedrera and Casa Batllo (Gaudí): 15 min walk
Communications: metro, bus, tourist bus, etc. .... 5 minutes from the apartment door, walk.
Height: 1st floor, no elevator.
Area: 70 m2
Capacity: 4 persons (maximum)
Bedrooms: 1 Master suite with double bed, a distinct break
Bathrooms: 1 full bath, shower and sink with towels. Amenities Natura.
Dining: Dining Area differentiated accommodate 6 guests in the same kitchen.
Lounge: Large living area with flat screen TV 42 "and sound equipment.
Kitchen: Fully equipped.
Conditioning: Air conditioning ducts. Heating.
Appliances: Washing machine, Hot water 150 liters, Microwave, Ironing Equipment, Electric Oven, Combi Fridge, Dishwasher, Sound, Hair Dryer.
Home Linen: 100% cotton towels, feather duvet, bed linen 100% cotton, tea cuisine.
Coffee: Coffee Maker, Cookware, Glassware, Cutlery, Set of coffee and tea, breakfast trays, pots, pans, etc..
Description of the area:
The apartment is located in Ciutat Vella. Very near the Plaça de Sant Felip Neri.
Passeig de Gràcia: a seven-minute walk from the apartment:
The Paseo de Gracia is one of the main avenues in Barcelona and one of the most famous avenues in Spain, due to its importance for tourism, shopping areas, business and a great showcase of outstanding works of modernist architecture, and the buildings of Antoni Architects Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, declared World Heritage Site. The avenue is located in the central part of the city, the Eixample, and connects Plaza Catalunya
on the south by the Mayor Grace Street to the north.
May be similar in popularity to the Champs Elysees, on the other hand is the second of the most expensive streets in Spain
Plaza Catalunya: two minutes walking from the apartment.
Plaza Catalunya (Catalan and officially Plaça de Catalunya) is a central square in Barcelona and, with 30000 square meters, the third largest of Spain square (of similar size to the Plaza of Spain in Seville), after the Plaza of Spain in Madrid and the Plaza of Spain in Barcelona.
It is the junction between the old city core and widening. Amongst its major roads of the city as the Rambla, Passeig de Gracia, Rambla de Catalunya or rounds and Sant Pere University and Pelayo Street and Avenue Portal del Angel, the main shopping street the city, and ancient gate of the walls.
Las Ramblas, 5 minutes walk from the apartment
La Rambla, also called Las Ramblas (Les Rambles in Catalan, is the name of a landmark tour of the city of Barcelona which runs between Plaza Catalunya (Catalan, Plaça de Catalunya), the heart of the city, and the port old.
The walk is crowded day and late into the night. It is dotted with newsagents, flowers and birds, street performers, cafes, restaurants and shops. Near the port tend to settle markets, as well as painters and artists. Strolling down La Rambla can be several buildings such as the Palace of the Vice-Queen, as well as La Boqueria market and the famous Lyceum Theatre (in Catalan, El Liceu), which are represented operas and ballets. One of the side streets, a few meters in length, leading to the Royal Square (Plaça Reial), a square with palm trees and arcaded buildings that host many pubs and restaurants, and on the weekends that meet collectors stamps and coins.
La Rambla receives in its different sections different nomenclature, so is its usual name in plural: Las Ramblas (Las Ramblas). From Plaça Catalunya different sections are named as follows: Paddles Rambla, Rambla dels Estudis, Rambla de Sant Josep, Rambla dels Caputxins, Rambla de Santa Monica.
The walk to La Rambla ends at the old port (Square of Peace Portal), where the famous statue of Christopher Columbus is located, and from there ride a wide walkway called the Rambla de Mar area leads to Maremàgnum . By the end of mountain and from the Plaza Catalunya, the upward trend continues the walk through the Eixample to meet the Avenida Diagonal called Rambla de Catalunya, considered a separate walk that passes through Ciutat Vella.
In the vicinity is the Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), specially dedicated to naval history in the Mediterranean, and in which
full-scale reproduction of an ancient galley combat is displayed. The museum is housed in the Royal Shipyards (in Catalan, Drassanes), medieval shipyards where ships that connected the extensive dominions of the Crown of Aragon in the Mediterranean were built. The old port offers other attractions such as a leisure center and shops, restaurants, an IMAX theater, and the largest aquarium in Mediterranean marine fauna.
In the historical center, very close to La Rambla, are also interesting the Cathedral, Plaza Sant Jaume that houses the buildings of the Generalitat of Catalonia and the Barcelona City Council, and both the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter and Raval as Born.