Sunday, November 8, 2009

Ana´s Guest House in Barcelona, Spain

Historic Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona sits at the northeast end of the Costa Brava, Spain's gateway to the Mediterranean. Barcelona has managed to combine the best in innovative contemporary culture with a rich history and tradition. It is filled with landmark buildings and world-class museums. These include the famed Church of the Sacred Family, the Picasso Museum, Las Ramblas, the famous tree-lined promenade cutting through the heart of the old quarter, the Casa Batllo and the National Museum of Catalonia. A half-hour flight east will land you on any of the Balearic Islands--fast-paced Majorca, rowdy Ibiza, or sleepy Minorca. Explore the Gothic Quarter, take part in the lively night life or visit the harbor of Port Vell.

Convenience and Charm in Ana's Guest House

Ana’s Guest House I and II B&B, is located in the heart of the Eixample. Constructed in 1915 has a typical Modernist Catalan style, keeping its original architecture. From its excellent location between the avenues Paseo de Gracia and Paseo San Joan, in just 3 minutes visitors can reach Sagrada Familia Church,Plaza Catalunya and Ramblas. With Ana’s as a starting point, you will be able to walk its streets, elegant stores, bars and restaurants, antique dealers, art galleries and museums.

The Bed and Breakfast offers a spacious atmosphere with ample natural light,with originals parquet floors and bow -windows in the living room, and comfortable, cozy and tastefully decorated rooms with balconies and flowers and views from its balconies of one of the most attractive areas of the city.

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