WEFLATING SANT ANTONI MARKET is located in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Barcelona, just 80 meters from the Sant Antoni fresh food market and 5 minutes walk from the metro station Poble Sec. Housed in a nineteenth century building with elevator, all the apartments have balconies or furnished terraces, free Wi-Fi, and air conditioning or fans. The apartments have many bars and restaurants in the surrounding area serving tradititional Catalan and Spanish delicacies and is also just 10 minutes walk from Las Ramblas and the Boqueria market.
All apartments are equipped with a flat-screen TV and essential appliances including hob, fridge, toaster, microwave, coffee maker and kettle. The apartments are decorated with typical tiled floors and have traditional high ceilings.
If you are travelling for business, at WEFLATING SANT ANTONI MARKET Apartments, we know that your only concern is your company, so we will try to provide everything you may need. Your requests will be attended personally and professionally, so your only concern when you arrive to your apartment after a hard day of work will be lying on the sofa… and feeling at home.
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.
Below is a list of the best transportation options to reach us from the BARCELONA airport:
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 Urgell. From there walk down Carrer Comte Urgell Street until you reach the Sant Antoni Market. Turn right onto Manso Street and you will find Comte Borrell street on your left after one block.
2. Metro: If you choose to take the metro, you should get off at Zona Universitaria and take the L3 metro line to Poble Sec. Take the Parlament exit of the metro station and walk two blocks down Parlament Street to then find us by turning left onto Comte Borrell.
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 will be waiting for you in the arrivals area with a sign with your name on it. In case you are interested in the transfer we will need to know your flight number, arrival time, the amount of passengers and luggage. Please let us know whether you might be interested in this service.
4. Train: Take the train from Terminal 2 and get off at Sants Estació, from there you can take the metro L3 (green line) to Poble Sec. Take the Parlament exit of the metro station and walk two blocks down Parlament Street to then find us by turning left onto Comte Borrell.
Or you can also take a taxi from the train station that should cost you around 9-10€.
If you are arriving at GIRONA
airport do not hesitate to contact us should you need information about how to get to the apartment.
The Sant Antoni neighborhood is an up and coming gastronomical hub in Barcelona.The neighborhood offers a wide range of dining experiences: the pioneer of this trend is Federal, an innovative three-floor restaurant with a terrace, especialising in brunch and breakfast, an excellent place to have breakfast and plan the day ahead. In the Ronda de Sant Antoni, you can not miss the Fábrica Moritz, a renovated brewery turned restaurant, which continues its heritage of cult beer made this very city. Sucursal Aceitera on Parlament street offers biological and seasonal dishes using products from their own vegetable garden in the nearby town of Esparraguera. Others worth mentioning are: Michelin star restaurant Tickets located on Parallel Avenue and Can Vialró, which serves many homemade catalan dishes. The list of eateries in this area is not complete without mentioning Mercat de Sant Antoni, the newly renovated fresh food market which hosts over 157 fruit & veg, butcher and fish stalls. Every Sunday there is a book market which is a collector's paradise with stalls of print books, stamps, comic books and trading cards of all kinds. A must see in the area is Paral.lel Avenue, where you can go to Calle Blai the "Tapas Street" of Barcelona. On the same Paral.lel Avenue we have many theatres with various shows and acts taking up residence in the following halls: La sala Barts, Teatro Condal, Teatre Apolo, Teatre Victòria, El Molino.