Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in Poble Nou
Apartment with 2 sleeping areas to 5 persons near center nearby beach.
The Barcelona Beach apartment has a great location. In a few minutes you are on the promenade and the beach. The apartment is in a quiet area directly adjacent to the bustling city center and adjacent neighborhoods filled with culture and the atmospheric Spanish (Catalan) life.
Bath and bed linen included.
In the apartment include air conditioning and flat-screen LCD TV. WIFI available.
Elevator in apartment building.
For a fee, a possibility to set aside a private parking. This parking is available in the covered garage.
Food and Drink: Enjoying his Catalan. Catalonia is a wine country. Penedès is an important wine region south of Barcelona. The Catalans tables long after: this is called sobretaula. It is eaten late: evening from about 21 00u, noon not 14 00h. Both warm, two courses and a dessert. The breakfast is modest and is often genutigd in one of the bars in Barcelona.
Granges are called milk bars. Here you can get hot chocolate, coffee and fresh pastries. Cafés also serve savory snacks. Tips: Granja Viader-oldest milk bar in the city. Delicious cheesecake and orxata (cinnamon milk) .ma 17 00-20. 30, Tue-Sat 9 45-13. 00 and 17, 00-20. 30pm / Xuclà 4 / metro: Liceu (L3) Textilcafe-Café patio on medieval textile museum. Pastries and small dishes. Also lunch. ma CIRCU / Montcada 12-14 / subway:. Jaume I (L4).
Sights: Take the time to discover the beauty of Barcelona. Tips: Barri Gòtic-The heart of Barcelona, with its architectural splendor of the heyday of Catalonia on the Mediterranean Sea with oaCatedral, Museu Frederic Mares, Palau de la Música Catalana, Placa de Sant Felip Neri and Placa del Rei. La Ribera and Parc de la Ciutadella Was a medieval quarter of traders and craftsmen. Narrow streets, narrow gates, small houses and workshops with ao Museu Picasso, Parc de la Ciutadella and Santa Maria del Mar. Eixample-In the 19th century origins of the Catalan bourgeoisie include Casa Batllo, Casa Mila / La Pedrera and the Sagrada Família. El Raval & La Rambla Until the mid-18th century focused monasteries, gardens, hospitals and crafts outside the medieval city walls with ao Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu, Rambla Sant Pau del Camp. Barceloneta and Port Vell of Barcelona Fishing village with narrow streets and stretched clotheslines.
Shopping: I buy, therefore I am ... Tips: Antiques: Barri Gòtic-hunt around the antique shops in the medieval streets in the Carrer de la Palla and Carrer Banys Nous. Delicatessen: Caelum-Heavenly delights made in Spanish monasteries. Cakes, marzipan, honey, wine and liquor. In restored 14th-century cellar you can enjoy tea and sacramental wine tasting. Mon 17 00-20. 30/10 Tue-Thu 30-20. 30/10 Fri-Sat 30-23. 30/11 30-14 so. 30pm / Carrer de la Palla 8 / Metro: Liceu (L3) .Casa Gisbert-More than 150 year old shop in La Ribera. Plums and apricots are dried in the oven. From 1851 It is the only one in Spain. di CIRCU / Sombrerers 23 / subway:. Jaume I (L4) .Fargas-Since 1827, the best Xocolateria of the city. Carrer del Pi 16 / Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3) .Mercat de Sant Josep / La Boqueria market hall Famous called the Rambla, Barcelona's belly. The fresh products are best tasting at the bar Pinotxo. Rambla 85 / metro: Liceu (L3) .La Pineda Tapas, sausage, and wine tasting. Mon-Sat 9 00-15. 00 and 18, 00-21. 30 11 00-15 so. 00.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed