Bright flat in the Ramblas, Barcelona

Bright flat in the Ramblas, Barcelona




May 2009

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our flat: Located in the Ramblas, between the Boqueria Market and the Liceo Opera House, it is a very bright third floor flat. It has two balconies, one of them windowed, overlooking the magnificent Rambla street. The flat has 120 square metres: a spacious living-dining room with a sofa bed, the children's bedroom with two beds, a main bedroom in the rear part of the flat with a double bed and a balcony with a nice view, a small dressing room, a kitchen and two bathrooms. The ceiling is very high and every room is equipped with a ceiling fan. There's access to the roof terrace of the building which has a spectacular view over the old city.


More about us

  1. We are a family with two children 9 and 7 years old. We are a secondary school teacher, and a civil servant. Our summer holidays time is July or August.

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Where is it?


The District: Connecting the central Catalunya square with the sea, La Rambla is the most famous street in Barcelona. On one side is the Gothic district where there's the Cathedral, various well-known churches and renaissance and medieval palaces. On the other side the Raval, a lively and multicultural area which is famous for its modern art museums. Communication: Located in the centre, the flat is very well communicated by underground, bus and train. The nearest underground stop "Liceo" is two minutes from the flat and is in the middle of the "green line", which has stops in the most famous sights of Barcelona, including Gaudi's modernist route: Barça stadium, diagonal shopping district, Espanya square, Passeig de Gracia and the famous "Güell Park"

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