* This is a sunny, exterior property.
* It has A/C and heating to keep you comfortable in all seasons.
* Bedroom 1 has a balcony with the washing machine on it.
* Larges wardrobes and shelving in both bedrooms.
* Neighborhood is quiet but it is a very authentic Catalan community.
* Languages spoken: Spanish, English, Italian
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 1 months’ rent
* Payment method: cash
* Possibility of domiciliation: no
* Smoking allowed: no
* Pets permitted: no
* Admin fee (payable at check-in): €180
* The closest metro station is Lesseps on the green line and you can arrive at the city center in just 3 stops!
Yourcharming, lively hangout
Gràcia was once an independent town.
Perhaps that&'s why it feels like a village in the heart of Barcelona.
Bars, boutiques and restaurants pepper the pedestrian streets. It&'s a real a favourite of local residents.
**What can I do here?**
Visit the colourful temple of Catalan modernism that is Park Güell. Think Spartacus meets the Flintstones. Awesome. You have to pay €8 to get in, though.
Shop for fresh food at Mercat de la Llibertat. It&'s an indoor market, open since 1888. You can buy fish, legumes, vegetables and other natural products.
Explore the car-free streets. (Why aren&'t all city centres car free?)
Pause for a cool beer or vermouth in one of Gràcia&'s vibrant squares:
- Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia – it&'s small, it&'s beautiful, it has bars. Some say it&'s the best plaza. Ever
- Plaça del Sol – the perfect place to _tapear_ on a _terraza_
- Plaça de la Revolució del 1868 – coffee and people watching, par excellence
Cines Verdi is a cinema. It shows original language films with Spanish subtitles. Some weeknight viewings are a _tiny_ bit cheaper (€7 vs €8). Gosh.
The best time to be in Gràcia is mid-August during the Festa Major de Gràcia. Jaw-dropping street decorations, human pyramids, fireworks, parades, great food and lots to drink. Party on_._ And on.
**Can I afford it?** €€ (mid-range)
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