Flat en EL RAVAL

El Raval is a neighborhood located in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Spain. It is located just west of the famous La Rambla.

El Raval has a rich history and a unique blend of cultures, which can be seen in its architecture, food, and art. The neighborhood is home to a mix of Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings, as well as modernist structures.

El Raval is known for its vibrant street art and graffiti scene. The neighborhood is home to a number of art galleries and street art collectives, and the walls of its buildings are adorned with colorful murals and graffiti.

In recent years, El Raval has undergone significant changes, with many of its derelict buildings being renovated and converted into trendy bars, restaurants, and shops. The neighborhood has become a popular destination for both tourists and locals, and is known for its nightlife and alternative scene.

El Raval is home to several famous landmarks such as the Palau Güell, a UNESCO World Heritage Site designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí, the Hospital de Sant Pau, the Mercat de la Boqueria, and the Teatre Lliure.


In the city center come be charmed by our apartment located 5 minutes’ walk from the rambla in the Calle D’En Robador.

A property of 49m2 furnished and equipped to meet all your needs, bright living room thanks to its balcony, this apartment has the advantage of being accessible by an elevator. Available now from 1months to 11months

Contact Ruby Realties for more information at + 34 937 975 602

Best Areas of Barcelona to Live in

Best Areas of Barcelona to live in

Barcelona is a vibrant and diverse city that offers something for everyone. If you’re thinking about moving to the city and looking for the best areas to live in, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of the most popular and desirable neighborhoods in Barcelona that are worth considering:


El Born
El Born is a charming and historic neighborhood located in the heart of the city. This area is known for its narrow streets, picturesque plazas, and colorful buildings. It’s also home to some of the best restaurants, bars, and shops in the city, making it a great place to live if you’re looking for a lively and diverse community.



Eixample is a spacious and upscale neighborhood located just north of the city center.

This area is known for its beautiful tree-lined streets, impressive architecture, and high-end shops and restaurants. It’s also home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Sagrada Familia and the Casa Batllo.

Gracia is a bohemian neighborhood located just north of Eixample. This area is known for its independent shops, bars, and restaurants, as well as its strong community feel. It’s also home to some of the city’s most colorful streets and plazas, making it a great place to live if you’re looking for a more relaxed and laid-back lifestyle.


Barceloneta is a lively neighborhood located on the beach, just east of the city center. This area is known for its seafood restaurants, bars, and nightlife, as well as its proximity to the beach. It’s a great place to live if you’re looking for a more coastal lifestyle and enjoy the beach.


Ultimately, the best area to live in Barcelona will depend on your personal preferences and needs. Whether you’re looking for a lively and diverse community, a more relaxed and laid-back lifestyle, or a more suburban lifestyle, there’s a neighborhood in Barcelona that will suit your needs. It’s important to visit the different neighborhoods and explore for yourself before making a decision.

Come discover the offers of Ruby Realties present in these neighborhoods. Feel free to reach out and ask us for anything more
information you may need at + 34 937 975 602

Top 3 tips for Renting a Room in Barcelona

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city where you can create many relationships. One of the ways to form a new friendship is through co-living. As it is quite expensive to rent a flat alone, renting a room is the perfect way to have fun, save money and enjoy social life with people from all over the world.

TIP 1– Look at description of the flat
Avoid surprises by carefully reading all of the advert. Taking into consideration important questions; Are charges included? Is there a washing machine? Nearby transport? Are pets allowed? Do you have an elevator?
nb. If you rent a property, it is essential that you take photos of the condition of the property when you move in and when you leave and send it via email on the date of capture. This can help you resolve issues that may arise when your lease expires.

TIP 2– Relationships are key
Rooming can be the best experience of your life as well as the worst. To avoid any problem, meet all the residents, know what they do in life and what they like. Relevant questions are; Are they the same age as you? Do they have the same interests? Are you all people who like to party or do you prefer quiet living? Are they tidy? A good personality match will make for a better rooming experience

TIP 3- Watch out for scams
Do not rent your room until you are actually in the city and can visit the place. If the thought of finding your room when you arrive can be comforting, it may not always be what you were hoping for. Some online adverts do not reflect the actual appearance of the apartment. Visit the flat before making an offer. Be realistic and don’t let yourself be seduced by bargains.

Wishing you best of luck and if you decide you prefer to rent an entire flat please don´t hesitate to contact Ruby Realties for our selection of mid term flats. + 34 937 975 602