This home is
A family home: convenient, comfy, and designed for the whole family
What your guests will love about your home
A 80 square meter flat on the higher floor. In the heart of Gracia, a very hip district of Barcelona.
What your guests will love about your neighborhood
An alternative district of Barcelona, popular among both locals and expats
Gracia is also well-known for its bar, restaurants, small squares, local designers shops, and relaxed atmosphere.
Walking distance to the center and some of the most importants monuments.
It´s a sunny 80 square meter flat on the higher floor. The flat has a vestibule, a small kitchen, a living/dining room, two bathroom: one with shower/bath and sink and the other one with wc and sink. It has four rooms, that we used two as a bedrooms. There are also a long balcony -around 8 metres by 1,5-, that is useful to take fresh air or see the sunrise meanwhile you take breakfast, if you like to get up early in the morning.
Our home is family friendly. All our daughters toys and books are available for guest. Unless our neighbourhood has a lively life, our flat is quiet because is on a higher floor and facing the back side of the block, not the street. Location is perfect, just 5 minutes walking to metro stations Joanic (Yellow Line) and Fontana (Green Line), and 15 minutes walking to Paseo de Gracia and Diagonal Avenue, one of the most important road junction and public space in Barcelona.
We live in Vila de Gracia, also called Gracia. The neighbourhood has a unique personality and age-old customs among its network of small, narrow bustling streets and numerous squares where locals meet. Despite its humble origins, Gracia's population has always been enlightened; it still has an active political and social life and an extensive network of deeply rooted civic, cultural, sporting and artistic institutions. It has also moved with the times and its time-honoured bars, restaurants and shops have been joined by cutting-edge fashion boutiques run by young, trend-setting designers, and multicultural leisure attractions and restaurants.
In addition to this, one of Gracia's most important tourist attractions is undoubtedly Park Güell, one of Gaudí's masterpieces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This garden-city project was commissioned by Eusebi Güell but never completed. It eventually became the property of Barcelona City Council. The result is a public park full of imagination and colour where every detail expresses Antoni Gaudí's desire to integrate architecture into the surrounding natural setting.