Roma Avenue joins the two segments of the Left of Barcelona's Eixample. To the south we find the oldest neighborhood, born at the end of the 19th century after the construction of the neo-romantic building of the University of Barcelona, in the Plaza de la Universitat. Nearby is the nucleus of the Ninot, which takes its name from an old tavern decorated with the figure of the ninot that today crowns the door of the market with the same name. Walking around here we are surprised by the activity of the shopping streets, just as it happens in the surroundings of the popular Sant Antoni market. Integrated into the neighborhood we find the so-called “Gaixample”, a segment formed by the border streets with the Ronda Sant Antoni and Ronda Universitat and in which the homosexual community of Barcelona has made many homes and entertainment venues its own.
Further to the west, the most modern part of the left of the Eixample is articulated in the form of buildings of various architectural styles erected from the 30s of the last century. As emblems of the neighborhood, however, it is worth noting the two oldest enclosures; On the one hand, the old Batlló factory, today the headquarters of the Industrial School. On the other, what was the Escorxador and since 1983 the Joan Miró park in the modernist style, where the monumental sculpture “Dona i Ocell” (Woman and bird) by this Barcelona artist stands.
Are you looking for accommodation? No130 The Streets Apartments It is a building with a total of 10 cozy apartments located in the L'esquerra de l'Eixample district.
The apartments are located 10 minutes' walk from the Fira de Barcelona and are designed to offer maximum comfort and the best services. The nearest metro station is Urgell (Line 1) and it is only a 4-minute walk from the property.
Also, at the foot of the building we find the bus stop that connects with the Airport and Plaça Catalunya.