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Vacation apartments in Barcelona
Barcelona is one of the largest tourist destinations not only in Europe, but in the world. For a comfortable alternative to hotels, consider choosing short-term apartment rentals in Barcelona that constitute a successful and secure market in Europe.
Rental apartments in Barcelona cost less than hotel rooms of comparable sizes, and yet offer you a real home where you would love to come back after a day out in Barcelona.
You get all the advantages of independent living and working in a rental apartment: you may choose to cook in a fully-equipped kitchen, you may entertain guests in the living room, you have the privacy of your own bedroom. Would you have all that in a hotel? More and more travellers prefer to rent an apartment in Barcelona for these reasons.
If you frequently travel with family or friends, you know how difficult it may be to book adjacent spacious rooms in a hotel. 1-, 2- or 3-bedroom apartments in Barcelona are easy to find. What is more, you pay per apartment, not per guest, which allows you to cut rental costs considerably, and spend quality time together.
Barcelona is a city you would not want to leave and where you would love to come back, but if you are set on more exploring, we also offer apartment, cottage and villa short-term and long-term rentals all over Europe and North America!
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The dark horse of Barcelona's quirkiest neighbourhoods, Raval is the ultimate example of "love it or hate it" type of community in the city. Its borders are defined by Las Ramblas on the east, Avinguda de Parallel, Ronda de Sant Pau and Ronda Sant Antoni on the west and north-west, Carrer de Pelai on the north-east, and the Mediterranean on the south. Long considered the seediest, poorest and most dangerous part of the whole central Barcelona, mostly due to its barrio chino, "chinatown", in the heart of the neighbourhood, Raval has been undergoing a truly remarkable transformation in the last decade.

What once used to be a concentration of poverty and immigrant desperation is now a vibrant multicultural district that has welcomed a superb museum of modern arts (MACBA), a nice street promenade (Rambla del Raval), a host of ethnic eateries and trendiest bars. The Raval demographics are still heavily influenced of immigrants from India and Pakistan, the median income is significantly lower than that of Barri Gòtic and El Born, and some petty crime does occur along with prostitution, but modern-day Raval is very different from Raval fifteen years ago.

Accommodation in Raval is the most affordable one in central Barcelona, so Raval is a favourite haunt of students, young tourists and backpackers. Thanks to its largely immigrant population, stores do not close on Sundays and are open long hours on the weekdays, making living there not only edgy and fun, but also practical and convenient.

Raval, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona Rambla del Raval Cat in Raval, Barcelona
Raval, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona Raval, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona
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