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This central studio apartment in Barcelona is located near Plaça Urquinaona, in the heart of Barcelona. Here you will find a number of fantastic bars, restaurants and cafés. The apartment is surrounded by the neighbourhoods of Eixample, Sant Pere and El Born, and the Gothic Quarter. The picturesque Parc de la Ciutadella is also just a short walk away as is the beach neighbourhood of Barceloneta. This area of Barcelona is well connected to the rest of the city by public transport including bus and metro. The train stations of Plaça Catalunya, Passeig de Gràcia and Arc de Triomf are also close by meaning you´ll be within minutes of the towns surrounding Barcelona and beyond.
The apartment itself is bright and cozy, and can sleep up to 2 guests with one comfortable double bed. Complete with air conditioning and heaters, this apartment is the ideal Barcelona home at any time of the year.
Metro Station: Urquinaona (L1 and L4)
This apartment has been inspected and verified by AB. This means our team of dedicated professionals carry out regular checks of the cleaning and maintenance of the apartment in order to provide you with the most comfortable and enjoyable stay possible.
To rent an apartment for up to a 6 month stay, you can make your pre-reservation through our website, if it is for a longer reservation, please contact us.In order to complete the pre-reservation for an apartment through our website, you will have to pay the amount indicated. So that we are able to confirm your reservation, you will have to send us specific documentation.
The beautiful Born neighbourhood in Barcelona is characterised by its unique mix of historic sights, contemporary art and trendy styles, and is a must-visit on any trip to Barcelona. Situated just outside of the original city limits of El Barrio Gótico (or El Barrí Gòtic in Catalan), this town in the heart of Barcelona is home to some of the best attractions in the city.The ´barrio´ takes its name from the Catalan word ´Born´ which means, among other things, a place where tournaments take place. The area is so called as this neighbourhood was once the site of medieval jousting competitions, and the Passeig del Born is where these events were once a regular fixture. Today, this street is known as the main avenue in the neighbourhood and is packed full of cool restaurants and bars.The Born is well known for its picturesque alleys and intimate passageways dotted with hidden restaurants and one-of-a kind boutiques. The area is also home to plenty of amazing architectural gems such as the Santa María del Mar church, originally built as a beacon for sailors and fishermen in the medieval times.A visit to the famous Picasso Museum is a must when strolling around El Born, where you will find a collection of over 4000 works housed in 5 spectacular palaces, built in the 12th and 13th centuries. Just a few steps from El Born, although actually in the Sant Pere neighbourhood, you can marvel at the Palau de la Música Catalana, one of Barcelona´s most fabulous modernist buildings.The Born area is bordered by the Gothic Quarter, the Eixample district and the impressive Ciutadella Park, while remaining near to the Barcelona beaches. Its central location makes it the perfect place to rent your Barcelona apartment, allowing you to stay close to many of the city´s best attractions, while enjoying the rich history and culture of this unusual neighbourhood every day.