About this listing
The good thing about our home is that it is very quiet and yet in the throbbing centre of the city, has good access to public transport and many interesting places to visit at a walking distance.
This flat is our home, which we're renting out while we're away organising an exhibition and taking a break. It is 126m2 big and all rooms are large and light. The two bedrooms are very big, one even contains a library! Then there is a large kitchen which is also the dining room, and a livingroom with 2 very comfortable sofas.
The bedrooms both have double beds. There is a computer in each one of them and WiFi in the whole flat. The kitchen has everything one needs for preparing daily meals, including a dish washer and basic food, you can replace after use.
There is a TV Set in the livingroom without TV connection, but with a dvd and plenty of movies. The library is well sorted with literature and artbooks in German, French, English, Spanish and Catalan, as well as dictionaries and encyclopaedias.
The apartment is situated in a building a wealthy man built for himself, his family and servants around 1780. The staircaise was redone in the 90s with beautiful lighting by our friend and artist Alberto Carvajal and has an elevator.
The building is located in the medieval jewish quarter, very close to the newly opened Synagogue. This is part of what now is the Gothic quarter in the very heart of the city, with many highlights at a walking distance: the Picasso Museum, the Parc de la Ciutadella, Barceloneta and the beaches, the Ramblas, Macba, CCCB, Plaza Catalunya and both major markets - Boquería and Santa Caterina. Nice restaurants, bars, cafés and shops are right around the corner, but the street itself is very silent. It is
the ideal place to relax and enjoy the throbbing life of the city at the same time.
Public transport of all kind (bus and metro) are close at hand, either in Via Layetana or the Ramblas.
if you think this is the place for you to stay please get back to me so we can interchange some more information!
All the best
Treat our home and our neighbours as if they were yours. Don't throw big parties or make excesive noise at night.