A day in the Raval
In his book Species of Spaces, George Perec says that the concept of neighborhood is actually a rather amorphous one. And I immediately think of Raval as a great example of this statement. A day in the Raval always sees newcomers cross path with old time fellas. English tourists sweating watery-sangria with pink Swedish ladies allergic to sunscreen. Shop owners, the dairies, the all-for-1€ stores, the smugglers, and all the delis opened on Sundays (Ah, the delis… If it were not for them, most Sundays we would be forced into an involuntary fast ...). Anyway, as the poet endorses: "Here it shines the beauty of a bombshell beside the old woman’s dirty hair who’s throwing out on the sidewalk."
- 1 room
- 1 bathroom
- Energy efficiency ratingE
- Air conditioning
- Community expenses included
- In good condition
- No elevator
You would like to know…
- The terrace is very large and offers a clear view.
- Very bright apartment thanks to the two big balconies.
- The rental includes some design furniture in mint condition.
- There is a large built-in closet in the bedroom.
It's special because…
- Raval is a neighborhood for those seeking excitement at a walking distance. The excitement that the Filmoteca, the Library, or hundreds of bars and restaurants have to offer.
Marquès de Barberà, Barcelona
Metro L3 Liceu stop and Paral.lel stop
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