Entrance bedroom

4 guests

1 room

4 beds

2 shared baths

4 guests

1 room

4 beds

2 shared baths

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Ages 2 - 12
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About this listing

I OFFER: 1) BEDROOM ( KING SIZE BED totaly exterior side). If you are 4 ppl I give you TWO BEDSROOMS 2) TWO (or 4 if you more ppl) BICYCLES!!! Enjoy the bike lines!! Cycling in the city is the best way to visit its places... and go home with a fit body!!


Extra people: $39 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $22
Security Deposit: $112


The space


Just 400m from SAGRADA FAMILIA,and 10 MINUTES WALKING FROM BARCELONA ESTACIO' DEL NORTE (ryanair bus terminal) I offer in my apartment:
1. ONE NICE BED ROOMS (king size bedroom) For the 3rd and 4th guest I will give you a second bedroom (king size bed). All the rooms are EXTERIOR facing the bullsring, with towels, sheets and blankets, beach towels.
2. AND I GIVE YOU THE BICYCLES!!!!! If you looking for a different way to discover Barcelona..with MY BICYCLE you know the city using pedal power and save money in transportation!!!!
3) BREAKFAST: the best way to start a nice day is with a good breakfast!!

All the bedroom are very comfy and FACING EXTERIOR side front the bulls fight arena.

Rate includes also:
- wi-fi access throughout the place (notebook and printer available).
- KITCHEN : only microweave and fridge free use. No cooking.
- Bathroom and wc to share. You can use shower gel, and shampoo. There is a hair dryer available.
- It is possible to use the washing machine and dryer the extra cost for this service will be 5€. Ask me before use it!

Typical appartment of eixample, 5th floor (top floor) with elevator.

-metro stop MONUMENTAL L2 just in front of the building.
-Bus streight to the beach just in front of the door (10 min. way).



Consierge information: in order to enhance your stay in my appartment and city, I'm delighted to assist you in preparing, organizing and booking any activity, tour, restaurant and any other service you may need.

CHECKING-IN time is according my work shift, it is possible in order to anticipate your needs, please let me know your time of arrival.

I look forward to welcoming you at the flat and making your stay and experience a memorable one.

kind regards,

The neighborhood

What to see:
I recommend taking the BUS TURISTIC which is the hop on – hop off bus. You can enjoy the ride around the city and see, from the outside most of the most important architecture of our beautiful city (Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Palace, Montjuich, Pueblo Español..). This will give you a perfect glance of the entire city and it is absolutely the best way to have an birds eye of Barcelona.
Once you have seen (but not visited) all….we recommend you to ….
Walk or better USING MY BICYCLE around…
Walk up all Paseo de Gracia and walk down all Rambla de Cataluña. Paseo de Gracia has beautiful Gaudi architecture, international shopping and sites. Rambla de Cataluña (with a pedestrian strolling area in the center of the street) will offer more local shopping, tapas places (Cerveceria Catalana) and little coffee shops.
Walk the Gothic. Walk down Las Ramblas and enter in the Boqueria market (best in the early morning hours…8am). Have tapas in Bar Cañete, take Ferran Street and cross Via Layetana to get Argentería street. Stop in front of the amazing Santa Maria del Mar church and enter into La Viña del Señor for a wine and cheese stop. Border the church through its right and end up in the El Borne neighborhood. Have fun through the one of a kind stores and then walk to the Picasso Museum. Walk then to the Santa Caterina Market and cross to The Cathedral to find Portaferrissa Street and end up in Plaza Cataluña.

Where to eat:
Easy price: Cervecería Catalana, Bar Cañete ( Lolita ( Cuines Santa Caterina, Bar Lobo, Fabrica Moritz, Quimet Quimet.

Medium Price Restaurants: Igueldo, Boca Grande, Tragaluz, Mordisco, Kilo, Passadis d’en Pep, Can Majo.

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
May not be safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in time is 2PM - 11PM
Check out by 11AM

-non smoking
-Its forbidden to use the towels to go to the beach. If you need beach towels please ask me.
-ELEVATOR please close very well both doors!! Is very important for the quite of the building.
The guest acknowledges that he/she received the bicycle and the accessories (padlock, key and tolls) in perfect working order. The bicycle must be returned at the end of the stay period in the same conditions.
The guest hereby accepcts full responsibility for the use of the bicycle. The guest must take the necessary measures to avoid theft of the bicycle during the use period.



Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.

Safety features
Safety card
Fire extinguisher
Lock on bedroom door
First aid kit

4 nights minimum stay

234 Reviews

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Dean User Profile
April 2017
Alessandro was an awesome host! The first day that we arrived, he told us where it would be nice to eat and to go to. We followed his recommondations and they were awesome! He also arranged a private taxi to the airport as we had an early flight back home. A++!

Christian User Profile
April 2017
Alessandro is a great host! Quick response to all our questions and very good service. His appartment is very nicely furnished and clean. He served us a very nice breakfast every day and had great suggestions for restaurants and bars. It is very easy to get around Barcelona as you have the Metro and a large street just outside. You will hear traffic during the night if you sleep lightly, but that didn't bother us. We highly recommend this for a family with two kids!

Adrian User Profile
April 2017
Ambiente & Frühstück wären tipptopp

Marcel User Profile
April 2017
Nice place, alexandro is nice and relaxt the room we had was very small thow but ok

Sebastian User Profile
April 2017
Alessandro was a wonderful host. The communication before arrival was just perfect and he provided us with everything we needed for a perfect trip to Barcelona. He prepared a very nice breakfast every morning and he was very kind everytime we met him inside of the apartment. His place is located perfectly to explore every part of the city and during my next stay I'd definitely contact him again.

Cynthia User Profile
March 2017
It's a pocket friendly airbnb in a quiet neighbourhood. Very accessible, just beside the Metro station. Walkable distance to sagrada familia. Host makes yummy breakfast, he is approachable and has a quirky taste in home furnishings. Toilets does not have heater so it might feel cold after shower. It's a shared bathroom fyi so if you want more privacy then you need somewhere else.

Lee User Profile
March 2017
This was the best possible Airbnb I could have stayed in. Alessandro was a great host and the location was perfect. I would recommend this place to anyone.

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Barcelona, Spain · Joined in March 2013
Alessandro User Profile

Im a laid back guy who likes to meet people from all around the world. I enjoy clubbing, art, music and playing sports of all kinds namely, swimm and snowboarding. Food is also a great passion of mine both eating and cooking :-) I have just bought a flat and happy to let some guests stay.
My mission: to see, experience and appreciate as much of the world as possible.

LIVE THE CITY AS A LOCAL DO... here some useful tips:

*Don't orden a beer, order a "CANYA" and you'll get a 25 cl glass of draught beer. When you make a toast, say "CHIN-CHIN" or "SALUT", salut is the top local toast!

* Locals will be thankful if you try to talk some spanish, but you will win their hearts if you do it in Catalan. Say "BON DIA" for goodmorning or "ADEU" for goodbye. Easy way to win their sympathy...if you chose it!!

* Natives love being outside, especially at night. Since smoking has been banned in bars, people tend to gather in front of bars and pubs. Watch your behavior at that time: yelling, singing, drinking alcohol, removing your shirt or pissing in the street can get you a juicy fine.

*Barcelona at night rocks from Monday to Sunday. The nightlife scene is so broad that even locals find it difficult to decide where to go. But locals have suffered several invasions of nightclubs, now they flee tourists and shouting Erasmus student. Remember: Las Ramblas is not only place to go out for a drink or dance!!!

*Spain is well know for his siesta and paella. Although some locals have taken both as a habit, neither, are typical in the region. Try "FIDEUA"!!!

*Here La Sangria is becoming an exclusive drink for teenagers and tourists. If you want to have a cool drink before eating, try the "VERMOUTH". If you want to celebrate, ask for "CAVA" (a catalan sparkling wine of Denominatio of Origin status).

Response rate: 100%
(past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

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