Charming two bedroom apartment by the Roman Wall in the Gothic Quarter of the Barcelona Old Town. The apartment is located in a building over 150 years old, just a few minutes walk from Plaza Real, the main square in the Old Town of Barcelona.
It is bright in its rooms with its three separate balconies to the outside.
Ideal location in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, which is located in a corner building that overlooks a cozy little square in front of the old Roman Wall.
The apartment is surrounded by semi-pedestrian streets with a relaxed atmosphere.
There's a bike rental across from the accommodation, and neighborhood restaurants, the city historical museum, cosy cafés and boutiques are just up the road.
It is a family-friendly place and even toys at hand if you come with your children.
The interior has recently been completely renovated and equipped with all new furniture, a practical bathroom, a spacious kitchen including all amenities so guests can take full advantage of shopping for delicacies at the local markets.
Furthermore, there’s a separate dining area to enjoy sharing meals, and a living-room with lots of light including a hand-made hammock for maximum comfort!
The old interior design accentuates the feeling of being in another era, however, you will not have to worry, since it has the most modern comforts, such as air conditioning, television, a modern kitchen, etc.
The area is one of the city’s most attractive with a rich nightlife and quality dining including some of the best tapas restaurants in town.
The location makes, for a great point of departure for adventures around the city, to experience both its history and its contemporary life.
A little history:
"Calle del Pom d'Or ... It is a street and it is not: just a protrusion of the “plaza de los Arrieros” (pl dels Traginers), which links it to the “Calle del Subteniente Navarro”, behind the Post Office building, at the left of the Via Laietana, a very short street -possibly the shortest in the whole city.Pom is a pom and or is gold: “Pomo de oro”, therefore. Its original name was carrer de n'Arnau de Jonqueres [...]. Centuries ago, a rich man had a house built here. On the railing of the staircase they put a large sphere, or ball, or gilt metal knob, which a servant was in charge of polishing daily. Little by little it gave the street its name, and this is the story, which several 19th-century writers consider to be good."