The sun, the Beach, the sea, the bars, the street life… Barceloneta honours its name by shaping a little sample of the whole city. Experience it closer by staying in WEFLATING BARCELONETA BEACH, 12 comfortable and roomy apartments with 1 and 2 bedrooms and equipped with all the necessary to enjoy the architecture and museums of Barcelona, but also the waves, the sand and the chiringuitos on the sea shore.
WEFLATING BARCELONETA BEACH apartments are located 3 minutes' walk from Barceloneta Metro Station and 10 minutes from the beach. Each apartment has air conditioning, heating, and free WiFi. Featuring contemporary décor, the apartments include a living room with a flat-screen TV, sofa and dining area. Each also has a kitchen, equipped washing machine . The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
The Picasso Museum is 8 minutes' walk from the property and the city’s beautiful Ciutadella Park is 300 metres away. Las Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya Square are 20 minutes’ walk from the apartments.
IMPORTANT: Please note that there is no reception in the building where these apartments are located therefore please remember to send us your arrival details. One of our agents will then meet you at the apartment in order to check you in and give you the keys.
1.Aerobus: The Aerobus operates from 5’35am until 1am everyday, and runs every 10 minutes. The ticket costs 5’90€ per person. If you take the bus, you should get off at the stop called Plaza Catalunya. From there you will have to walk 2 blocks until you reach Plaça Urquinaona. There you will have to take the metro L4 (yellow line). Get off at Barceloneta. Go left, cross the square and walk past the new buildings you will find once you exit the metro. Duana street is just 2 blocks away.
2.Train: Take the train from Terminal 2 and get off at Passeig de Gracia. From there take the metro L4 and get off at Barceloneta. Go left, cross the square and walk past the new buildings you will find once you exit the metro. Duana street is just 2 blocks away. Note that the train runs every 20 minutes or so.
Check if the train stops at Estació de França, if it does, get off there (it will be the last stop). You will be 3 minutes away from the apartment, so this is the best option. (Note that not all the trains from the airport stop at Estació de França).
3.Taxi: We would like to inform you that we offer taxi pick ups from the airport. The taxi has a fixed price and costs 40 euro for up to 4 people (€60 for 5-7 people and €70 for 8 people). The taxi driver would be waiting for you in the arrivals area with a sign with your name on it. We will need to know your flight number, arrival time, the amount of passengers and luggage in order to order the taxi. Please let us know whether you might be interested in this service.
These apartments are located in Barceloneta and very close to el Borne. Barceloneta is one of the most popular and charismatic neighborhoods of Barcelona. A place with a quiet, family atmosphere sailor and remains outside the big city. To discover the charm of nothing better than to wander through its narrow streets without worrying about the course, stopping to taste the freshest fish in any of the restaurants nearby neighborhood. The neighborhood has many attractions among which could highlight el Museu de Historia de Catalunya o la Torre del Reloj. On the beach of Barceloneta you can take the cable car to reach the Mirador de Miramar and enjoy the harbor views. In the area of Port Vell it is possible to make some shopping at the Maremagnum shopping center or dive into the marine world of Aquiarium.
The Borne is one of the cultural points of the city. there you can visit el Museo Picasso, which contains the works of artist training. There is also el Museo Europeo de arte moderno. You must visit la Catedral del Mar, history tells us that in that place was buried the martyr Santa Eulàlia, patron saint of Barcelona. Another place you must visit is el Mercado del Borne, this building is an example of the iron architecture. el Mercado del Borne has exposed some medieval ruins, which show in great detail, as everyday life passed in Barcelona in 1700.