AinB Las Ramblas-Ample

Address: Ample 42, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8002, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star condo
 
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Location

This 3 star condo, located in the El Barri Gòtic area of Barcelona, is near Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), St. Mary of the Sea Cathedral (Eglesia de Santa Maria del Mar), Fat Tire Bike Tours Barcelona, and Papabubble.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAinB Las Ramblas-Ample Barcelona

    Reviewed by lsunarja

    Home sweet Home!

    Reviewed Oct 17, 2013
    by (1 review) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

    Stayed in a super cute traditional Spanish 2 bedroom apartment with a cute balcony of Las Ramblas! Hugo the host was super friendly, entertaining and helpful! I definitely would recommend his place to anyone who is looking for a local feel accommodation. His place was homey and it offers all the basic necessity that you need while traveling on the budget. Mercado la Boqueria is just around the corner from his apartment.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews AinB Las Ramblas-Ample Barcelona

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