This first-floor apartment´s exterior windows come with a small terrace that allows you to look out at the gothic quarter’s charming streets and ensures plenty of natural light. Great for those looking to spend some time in the city, this home is for rent by months.
The apartment is modern with exposed brick along one wall. The furnishings are neutral and elegant however it still preserves its historic essence, making it feel like a home. In one corner is the refined dark marble kitchen which is equipped with a washer/dryer and dishwasher - perfect for short stays.
There is a light and bright bedroom that comes with a Queen-sized bed and an en suite bathroom.
The apartment is found in the Gígnas building which itself comes with several amenities. The facade on the front of the building is protected due to its historic value. There is a rooftop common area that can be booked for private events. From the top, you can see out over the city skyline - great for sharing a drink with friends in the evening.
This apartment is located in the historic neighborhood of Barcelona. Here you can expect narrow streets, trendy clubs, chic bars and traditional restaurants lining the winding cobbled stones. The gothic neighborhood dates back to the Middle Ages and is filled with architectural wonders from the 14th and 15th centuries. The apartment is also located near the marina - for quick and easy access to the waterfront ambiance.
This part of the city is truly one of a kind, and a great place to live due to the amount of energy and life that surrounds it.
- ROA Restaurant
- creative Catalan dining with plenty of vegetarian options.
- Viana Barcelona
- cozy eatery with excellent grilled food and tapas.
Things to do:
The first thing you need to visit is Sagrada Familia, this unique piece of architecture lights up spectacularly from the sun while you´re inside. Afterward La Boqueria market is the perfect place to grab a snack or a souvenir.
For those that want to catch more culture, there is the immense Cathedral of Barcelona and the gothic Basilica Santa Maria del Mar a 5-minute walk away. Also, closeby is the Barcelona Aquarium with plenty of entertainment for the kids.
No visit to Barcelona is complete without checking out the Casa Battlló and Park Guell. The former an original construction marvel made by Guadí is definitely something you´ve never seen before. Finally, Park Guell the most famous park in Barcelona, with its extravagant renowned sculptures, offers a great view of the city at the end of the day.