Sobre el apartamento
A refurbished apartment on Barcelona's famed Rambla del Raval, exuding the serene wabi-sabi style. With "volta catalana" ceilings gracing the living area and one bedroom, it seamlessly blends historic charm with modern comfort. Natural tones, distressed wood, and vintage accents embody the wabi-sabi ethos, celebrating imperfection and nature's beauty.
The apartment is renovated and fully equipped with:
- Designer furniture
- High speed WiFi (1000mb/s)
- 4K TV
- Coffee machine
- Washing machine
- Private balconies
- Privileged location
Two bedrooms boast balconies, one offering scenic views of the bustling Rambla below. The bathroom, adorned with rustic elements, provides a tranquil space for relaxation.
The price includes weekly cleaning service, maintenance, water and electricity supply, a Community Facilitator assigned to ensure the best possible experience, and who can be contacted with any questions you may have about Barcelona or with the local Administrations. It also includes community fees, garbage tax, property tax and VAT.
Step outside to explore the rich cultural tapestry, monuments or beaches nearby. Antoni Gaudí's Palau Güell stands as a masterpiece, while La Boqueria Market tantalizes with local flavors. The MACBA museum showcases contemporary art, and the Gran Teatre del Liceu embodies historical elegance. Finally, the Columbus Monument provides panoramic cityscape views, being close to the Barceloneta or Bogatell beaches. Here, in the heart of Barcelona's artistic pulse, this apartment melds wabi-sabi serenity with the city's dynamic spirit.
Immerse yourself in the heart of Barcelona's artistic and cultural essence, where the fusion of wabi-sabi aesthetics and rich heritage create an exceptional living experience.
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Sobre el barrio
The Gothic Quarter (Catalan: Barri Gòtic or El Gòtic, Spanish: Barrio Gótico) is the historic centre of the old city of Barcelona. The quarter encompasses the oldest parts of the city of Barcelona, and includes the remains of the city's Roman wall and several notable medieval landmarks.
The Barrio Gótico retains a labyrinthine street plan, with many small streets opening out into squares.
Some of the best points of interest or monuments of the Gothic Quarter are The Royal Plaza (Catalan: Plaça Reial), The Cathedral of Barcelona (Catalan: Catedral de Barcelona), The Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi (Catalan: Basílica de Santa María del Pi), Sant Jaume Square (Catalan: Plaça de Sant Jaume) and The Old Port (Catalan: Port Vell).