This bright three bedroom apartment is located in Sant Gervasi residential district, it´s very quiet location with good connection to the city center. Nearby you will find Gracia district which is ideal for shopping or dining in one of its many restaurants. The apartment is suitable for up to 8 guests, in the one bedroom there is a double bed and in each other two bedrooms you will find 2 single beds. There is a separate kitchen and dining table for 8 people in the living area also as a double sofa-bed for a couple. The comfortable balcony overlooking to Mercat Galvany (market). The kitchen is fully equipped with all necessary to prepare your favourite meal.
The Apartment Mirall is located on the 2nd floor, in a building without elevator.
First bedroom: Double bed, bed linen.
Second bedroom: 2x single bed, bed linen.
Third bedroom: 2x single bed, bed linen.
Living room: DVD, TV, Hi-Fi, double sofa bed, table and chairs.
Bathroom: Shower, washbasin, hair dryer, toilet (separate).
Kitchen: Fridge/freezer, electric stove, oven, microwave, coffee and tea pots, electric kettle, washing machine.
General facilities: Heating, oven, microwave, refrigerator, ceramic hob, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, cot, TV, internet connection, stereo , DVD and safe.
Calle Madrazo 135, Barcelona
Nearby points of interest:
- Sant Gervasi - Galvany - is a neighborhood in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. The name of the neighbourhood refers to Sant Gervasi de Cassoles, as was one of the parts of the former municipality of Sant Gervasi de Cassoles; and the Camp d'en Galvany, urbanization which began the in 1866 its owner, Joseph Galvany Castelló. Galvany name became popular when it took the market Galvany, located in the heart of the neighborhood streets Santaló, Calaf, and Amigó Madrazo. This area is the quintessential neighbourhood of Barcelona, which retains the traditional taste and character of a neighbour as always, a shopping district and stately homes but also parks, health institutions and prestigious schools. Sarrià stroll is always a pleasure and a reunion with the past. The district of Sant Gervasi is mostly a residential area is very well connected to the rest of Barcelona.
- Avinguda Diagonal - is the name of one of Barcelona's broadest and most important avenues. It cuts the city in two, diagonally from west to east (by Barcelona's compass), hence the name. It was originally projected by engineer and urban planner Ildefons Cerdà as one of the city's wide avenues, which along with Avinguda Meridiana would cut the rationalist grid he designed for l'Eixample (Catalan for extension). Both would meet at Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, which Cerdà envisioned as the new city centre. However, Plaça Catalunya, equally a new addition to the city of Barcelona, and connecting Ciutat Vella and Eixample, and therefore occupying a more privileged position in the urban area, would finally become the centre.
- Museum and Study Center of Sport Doctor Melcior Colet - is a facility dedicated to the promotion and exhibition of the most prominent in the development of the history of the sport in Catalonia in recent centuries.
- Metro stations: Ferrocarrils Muntaner, Vía Augusta