The barcelona flat

A two bedroom apartment (Sleeps 4) is available for rent in the old city of Barcelona, within the rapidly up and coming area of San Pere next to the ultra cool El Born District. You are only a stones throw away from the Palau de la Musica Catalana, the fabulous new market "Mercat Santa Caterina" as well as a few minutes walk from the Picasso museum and Cathedral. Within minutes you can be walking into the shopping district of the city on Av. Portal de LAngel, Placa de Catalunya and La Ramblas.

Once you have discovered the life of Barcelona you can rest back at The Barcelona Flat where you can relax and recoup in this quiet suburb and prepare for your next adventure.

We are a family run business and our aim is to make your stay as comfortable and as easy as possible.

We hope you enjoy your way around this site and please contact us if you want to book or make enquiries.


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Welcome to the Barcelona Flat

See What TimeOut City Guide 2008 Says about Sant Pere and Born

"The Born has been the commercial hub of Barcelona since medieval times, but these days it trades in designer duds and haircuts rather than fish and vegetables. The food stores clustered around the old market have become fashionable bars and restaurants, full of the designers and photographers who now populate the area. Not quite as impeccably groomed, but catching up fast, is the neighbouring district of Sant Pere. With its dazzling new Santa Caterina market and freshly designed central avenue, it is gradually regaining some of the glory that it enjoyed in the Golden Age, when it was a favourite residential area of the citys merchant elite.

South of here, C/Montcada, one of the unmissable streets of old Barcelona, leads into the handsome Passeig del Born. C/Montcada is lined with medieval merchants’ mansions, the greatest of which house museums. Both districts together, demarcated to the east by the Parc de la Cuitadella and to the west by Via Laietana, are still sometime referred to as La Ribera (“the waterfront”), a name that recalls the time before permanent quays were built, when the shore reached much further inland and the area was contained within a 13th-century wall."