Our Gran Via B rental apartment is on the second floor of a majestic art nouveau style Eixample building; the building features an elevator despite its historical character. This apartment was renovated recently but still preserves some stately elements characteristic of the art nouveau quarter of the Eixample in Barcelona.
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Featuring two double bedrooms, this Barcelona apartment sleeps up to four people. One of the bedrooms features an en suite bathroom. There is a separate main bathroom opposite the other bedroom. The kitchen is completely equipped and is close to a spacious and comfortable living with a two sofas. The dining room is placed in the old gallery of the house, a calm and light space leading onto a balcony.
The Gran Via B apartment is located on of Barcelona‘s grandest boulevards, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes. The area boasts fantastic public transport connections to all of the most interesting tourist spots of the city, the metro is only 100 metres away. Alternatively in 15 minutes walk you can reach the heart of Eixample quarter - Plaça Catalunya and Las Ramblas, or Passeig de Gràcia where you can enjoy the architectural wonders of
Catalan art nouveau. The Barcelona Eixample district was planned by Ildefons Cerdà in the second half of the XIX century in response to the need for the expansion of the city, confined inside medieval walls till then. The grid shaped urban plan is a distinguishing mark, as is its exotic architectural style. Many interesting sites are concentrated around the Passeig the Gràcia, in the called Quadrat d’Or, and in the Sagrada Familia area.