This spacious apartment with 3 double bedrooms, one of them with bunk beds, is located in the Eixample district, four blocks from the Sagrada Familia and metro stations Sagrada Familia (L2, L5) and Joanic (L4).
The spacious lounge has two large sofas, one double sofa-bed, large TV and plenty of light.
The kitchen is fully equipped.
The apartment has a bathroom and a toilet.
Up to 8 people. Ideal for large families or friend group.
A few steps away is the picturesque district of Gracia, great place to wander through its narrow streets full of charm. At Gracia district you can find many restaurants of all kinds, and curious bohemian locals.
Barcelona's Gracia neighborhood is located north of the Eixample. Visualizing how to get there from the harbor, you'd go up las Ramblas to Plaça de Catalunya, cross the plaza and follow Passeig de Gràcia all the way to the end. Parc Güell lies north of Gracia.
Gracia was originally its own village set apart from the rest of the city. However, when the Eixample was built in the late 19th century, it served to connect old Barcelona and Gracia. Thus Gracia ceased to be a town and become a neighborhood in the larger metropolis that we now know and love as Barcelona.
Gracia is immediately recognizable for its narrow streets, a stark contrast to the wide, modern boulevards of L’Eixample. It's known as a hip area with an active and politically-conscious community. Here you'll find a number of lively plazas, bars and restaurants, but it's a little more subdued other cultural hubs like the Born or El Raval, with a slightly more mature crowd.
Barcelona's Gracia neighborhood is worth exploring for its unique personality and Park Güell, Antoni Gaudí's awesome modernista playground.