The apartment is located near the Avinguda Parallel and El Molino
theater, within 3-minute walking distance to the metro station Parallel
and a bus stop.
The famous La Rambla and Port Vell (on the picture below) can be reached in a 10-min walk, and Plaza España with its Magic Fountain within 15 mins.
Just a few steps from FUNICULAR DE MONTJUÏC (Cablecar), that takes you
to the top of Montjuc mountain, from where you can enjoy spectacular
views over the city.
There are some cafe-bars just downstairs, grocery shops, tapas-bars.
The bus D-20 is perfect for direct transport to the Barceloneta beach
(you can also walk, it's about 20 min, along the Old Harbor). There are
also night buses from the same bus stop.
There is a BIKE RENTAL nearby.
There is a direct bus to the Prat Airport from Plaza España.
The Poble Sec district is a part of Barcelona located at the foot of
Montjuic, whose central thoroughfare is the Avinguda del Paral·lel.
Avinguda del Paral·lel for decades was the centre of the city’s
nightlife with a dozen theatres, numerous music halls and cafés peopled
by cabaret artists and bon viveurs; a steamy mix of eroticism and
When the street was officially opened in October 1894, it was already
home to a burgeoning entertainment industry of cafés, music halls and,
particularly towards the port end, brothels. By the early 20th century,
it had as many as 10 theatres and several music and dance halls along a
stretch of barely 300 fun-laden metres, leading to the avenue’s nickname
of the ‘Montmartre barcelonés’.
In addition to El Molino musical hall, today just three theatres remain:
Apolo, Condal and Victoria, but the city council has recently purchased
the old Arnau theatre, which has stood in a sorry state for several
years, with the aim of turning it into an as-yet-unspecified cultural
centre. The plan forms part of a project to return Barcelona’s Broadway
to its former glory, making what the council calls an “avenue of
leisure” for the city.