Gracia was a town of its own until it was enveloped into Barcelona in the 1890’s. Tree-lined streets and a village like atmosphere make it a delight to just stroll around and get lost in. Picturesque plazas, bars and cafes dating back almost a century, novelty shops and an assortment of examples of stunning modernism architecture make it one of the most fascinating districts of Barcelona. The living room contains a comfortable double sofa-bed, a TV, a large bookcase, a glass coffee table and a round dining table with seating for four guests. There is access to a small private balcony from here. The kitchen contains a hob, a fridge, a freezer, and a coffee machine. The balcony is a real bonus and you can sit here and relax over a chilled drink after a hard day's sightseeing. The bathroom is fitted out with a toilet, a washbasin, a mirror and a bathtub/shower combination. Linen and towels as well as a hair dryer are supplied. One bedroom has two singles (a bunk bed), the other bedroom has two double beds (a double bunk bed). Both contain nightstands and lamps with a desk and chair in the double room.