This amazing 2 bedroom apartment in the heart of El Born enjoys an unbeatable location. In this neighborhood, you can find wonderful bars, cafes, restaurants, stylish design shops and small boutiques.
The apartment is in a beautiful building with a construction dating back to 1860. It is fully renovated and the kitchen is fully-equipped, ready to move in!
The apartment has 4 balconies from where you can enjoy the Mediterranean weather that Barcelona can offer. There are high ceilings of Catalan vault and beams of recovered wood. Also, the walls are recovered bricks which gives a hint of authenticity and coziness to the apartment. The paving in the bathroom, as well as the walls are made from porcelain. Furthermore, this 2 bedroom apartment in Born has fully thermal isolation to keep the desired temperature indoors.
Also, the lighting in the whole apartment is LED which is not only very good for the environment, but also for your personal finances as it burns as much as 70% less energy than normal lighting
The area of Ciutat Vella
Ciutat Vella, which means “old town” in Spanish, is full of beautiful old buildings, pleasant and cozy squares, all kinds of restaurants, small, or large boutiques, street performers and much more. Ciutat Vella is also home to the Palau de la Generalitat and the official government office of Catalonia. Ciutat Vella is composed of the following districts: Gòtic, el Raval, Born and Barceloneta.
The Ciutat Vella district is constantly growing and developing and has everything one needs in Barcelona. Ciutat Vella is home to the famous street of Las Ramblas, in fact it is not a street, but rather a continuation of streets that receives the name of Las Ramblas.
Ciutat Vella is a perfect place to eat in Barcelona. It is almost impossible to visit just one restaurant just for the great variety there is. You can find restaurants within reach of the whole world, Basque, Irish, Argentine, Lebanese, Spanish, Catalan, etc. . Many of the restaurants are in the main streets and squares. It is advisable also, to visit those that are in less less crowded streets or small squares to avoid the crowd.