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Apartment MOZART

 


License number as holiday apartment: 007117-45

Apartment details

AREA Barcelonès
CAPACITY 2 People
SURFACE 65 m2
ROOMS 1
BATHROOMS 1

Equipment

Heating Air conditioning Air conditioning in living-room Washing machine Iron Kitchen Fridge Dishwasher Coffee maker Toaster Internet Wifi Church

 

Sun, sea, mountain, magic, colors, architecture, business, music, design, food, entertainment, culture, tradition, modernity, history, details, people. Barcelona is more than a city, is a rich and diverse universe once it surrounds you never let you go. Wandering around the streets and discover its secrets ... Barcelona leaves no one indifferent. Welcome to our city!

 

The city
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, with a population of 1.700.00 within its administrative limits being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, the Ruhr, Madrid and Milan. About five million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is also the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea. It is located on the Mediterranean coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs and is bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola ridge.

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, with a population of 1.700.00 within its administrative limits being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, the Ruhr, Madrid and Milan. About five million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is also the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea. It is located on the Mediterranean coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs and is bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola ridge..

Barcelona is today one of the world's leading tourist, economic, trade fair/exhibitions and cultural-sports centres, and its influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities.
The first human settlements in Barcelona date back to Neolithic times. The city itself was founded by the Romans who set up a colony called Barcino at the end of the 1st century BC. The colony had some thousand inhabitants and was bounded by a defensive wall, the remains of which can still be seen in the old town. For over 200 years, Barcelona was under Muslim rule, and, following the Christian reconquest, it became a county of the Carolingian Empire and one of the main residences of the court of the Crown of Aragon. The fruitful medieval period established Barcelona's position as the economic and political centre of the Western Mediterranean. The city’s Gothic Quarter bears witness to the splendour enjoyed by the city from the 13th to the 15th centuries. .

From the 15th to 18th centuries Barcelona entered a period of decline, while it struggled to maintain its economic and political independence. This struggle ended in 1714, when the city fell to the Bourbon troops and Catalonia’s and Catalans’ rights and privileges were suppressed.

A period of cultural recovery began in the mid-19th century with the arrival of the development of the textile industry. During this period, which was known as the Renaixença, Catalan regained prominence as a literary laaguage.

The 20th century ushered in widespread urban renewal throughout Barcelona city, culminating in its landmark Eixample district, which showcases some of Barcelona’s most distinctive Catalan art-nouveau, or modernista, buildings.

The freedoms achieved during this period were severely restricted during the Civil War in 1936 and the subsequent dictatorship. With the reinstatement of democracy in 1978, Barcelona society regained its economic strength and the Catalan language was restored. The city's hosting of the 1992 Olympic Games gave fresh impetus to Barcelona's potential and reaffirmed its status as a major metropolis. In 2004, the Forum of Cultures reclaimed industrial zones to convert them into residential districts. An example of the renewed vigour with which Barcelona is looking towards the 21st century
Clocks are one hour ahead of GMT in winter and two in summer and are adjusted twice a year, going forward one hour in winter and back an hour in summer.

The working day in Barcelona usually begins at 8 or 9 in the morning and ends around 6 or 7 in the evening, with a one- or two-hour break for lunch at 2pm. This is the daily life and routine that befits the Catalans’ reputation in the rest of Spain as a hard-working and thrifty people.

Lunch and dinner are usually eaten a little later than in the rest of Europe. Most restaurants open from 1pm to 4pm, and from 8pm until 11pm. Tipping isn’t obligatory, but people usually leave 5% if they are satisfied with the service.

Shops have long opening hours, from 10am to 2pm and from 4.30 to 8 or 8.30pm. In Barcelona city centre, most shops don’t close at lunchtime and large shopping centres and department stores open until 10pm in summer.
Spain is in the Eurozone and the euro is its official currency. Foreign currency can be exchanged at savings banks, or ‘Caixes’ and banks. Regarding the prices, Barcelona features a wide range of accommodation, shops and services to suit all pockets. Here are some approximate prices in Barcelona: a single public transport ticket costs 2€, an espresso coffee between 1 and 1.50€; a lunchtime set menu can cost between 8 and 15€, a cinema ticket 10€; a sandwich 3 to 4€, and a newspaper about 1.30€. Smoking is prohibited in all bars and restaurants in Barcelona.
Catalonia has its own language: Catalan. Most of the people who live in Barcelona are bilingual and speak Catalan and Spanish, which is also an official language. Street names and most road and transport signs are in Catalan.

Many restaurants, especially those in the city centre, have menus in several languages. But if there's something you don’t understand, don't be afraid to ask, people will be only too happy to help. Many people from Barcelona understand English and French.

Here are some of the most frequent Catalan expressions translated into Spanish, English and French, which will help you get around the city. Look up a word or expression. You can learn a few words and expressions here.

http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/wwwfiles/bcnweb/idioma/vocabulari.pdf
Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers. Its average annual temperature is 20 °C (68 °F) during the day and 11 °C (52 °F) at night.
Metro
Barcelona has an excellent underground transport service. The city boasts an integrated rail transport network which allows any number of travel combinations. This network connects the centre of Barcelona to each one of the city's neighbourhoods, as well as providing access to its surrounding cities.

Bus
Barcelona has a huge fleet of modern buses some thousand vehicles strong, with each one specially adapted to accommodate wheel chairs and prams. Barcelona's buses cover 106 routes, making it easier to reach every corner of the city and metropolitan area. You'll find bus stops throughout the city which will all indicate which lines stop at them so you can identify whether or not they are going to meet your travel needs.

Bicicleta
Barcelona has a huge fleet of modern buses some thousand vehicles strong, with each one specially adapted to accommodate wheel chairs and prams. Barcelona's buses cover 106 routes, making it easier to reach every corner of the city and metropolitan area. You'll find bus stops throughout the city which will all indicate which lines stop at them so you can identify whether or not they are going to meet your travel needs.
112 EMERGENCY

061 SANITARY EMERGENCIES

080 FIREMEN

092 GUARDIA URBANA

088 MOSSOS D’ESQUADRA - POLICE


Located at: Barcelonès
Address: Mozart 6 BIS, 08012, Barcelona
Coordinates: lat=0.000000000 - lon=0.000000000

1) Contract:

 

Upon arrival at the apartment, the guest will sign a contract for the stay with IN OUT APARTMENTS.

 

2) Payment details:

 

Generally once you make the reservation you will charged the 30% of the total price of the nights. The remaining balance of the reservation can be paid in cash upon arrival or card (VISA or MASTERCARD only), in this case a 1,21% will be added to the that amount. 

Under certain circumstances, payment can also be made via bank transfer provided that:

  • the corresponding net amount is received in our bank account the day we agree and confirm the reservation via email (bank charges are paid for by the guest)
  • we have confirmed reception of such amount in writing

  

3) Duration of lease:

 

This contract is only valid for the duration of the stay booked and stated at the beginning of the contract.

 

This confirms that the reason to rent apartments answers for tourism, study or temporary work and therefore will not be your primary residence since it is contained in the operative part of this contract.

 

4) Refundable Security deposit:

 

Along with the payment of the rental balance the guest will be asked to provide a deposit as well as a valid credit card as security for possible damages and keys loss. For short term rentals up to 20 days the amount ranges between 200€ and 500€. For longer stays the deposit can be increased to at least 1 month rental.

 

Please note that by accepting our Terms and Conditions you agree that any damages caused by you or your accompanying party will be deducted from your damage deposit, and that you will also be liable for any excess damages.

All security deposits will be blocked from a card upon arrival and will be automatically unblocked after your stay and subject to the inspection of the property.

Under certain circumstances and with prior agreement the security deposit can be paid by wire transfer or cash. n this case the refund will be done at the moment of the check out or after your departure always subject to the damages inspection of the apartment.

 All amount deducted for damages reasons will be justified by invoices.

 

5) Touristic tax:

 

Barcelona City tax (2,48€ per person/per night for a maximum of 7 nights) IS NOT INCLUDED in the night rate. Anyone under the age of 17 is exempt.

 

6) Supplies:

 

In tourist rentals under 30 nights, supplies (i.e. gas, electricity and water) are included in the rental price (unless otherwise agreed by contract).

 

In the rest of rentals, supplies are not included in the price and will be billed at the end of the stay (if less than 3 months rentals) or by the payment of monthly rent (for rentals exceeding three months).

 

7) Subletting:

 

It is strictly forbidden to sublet the apartment or room in the same way is not allowed accommodate more people agreed and included in the booking/contract.

 

Failure to meet this condition, the guest will be invited to leave the apartment without being entitled to any compensation.

 

8) Pets:

 

Generally pets are not allowed in the apartments unless permission has been specifically granted by IN OUT APARTMENTS.

 

Failure to notify and receive the subsequent acceptance from IN OUT APARTMENTS will be sufficient reason for cancelling the reservation without any compensation.

 

9) Cleaning:

 

All apartments will be handed over clean and tidy to our guest’s.

 

Before check out the guests is obliged to leave the apartment in perfect conditions, i.e. all waste should be correctly disposed of and the apartment tidied. If not, IN OUT APARTMENTS will charge an additional cleaning charge

 

10) Arrival and departure:

 

Oficial and standard check in time is from 15.00 onwards and check out before 11.00.

There is always a regular check in fee. The amount varies depending on the apartment and will be notified with the confirmation email.  

Extra check in/out charges:

Checking in or out between 9pm and 9am will have an extra charge of 50€.

Late check out will have to be  under request and agreed.

 

11) Cancellation Policy:

The guest will be charged 30% of the total price of the reservation if they cancel after reservation and a further 40% of the total price if they cancel in the 30 days before arrival.

 

  • Reservations canceled 60 days before arrival: 100% refund
  • Reservations canceled 30-59 days before arrival: 50% refund
  • Reservations canceled less than 30 days before arrival: no refund

For special events taking place in the city there might be a full payement at the moment of the reservation and a non-refundable policy. (example: Mobile World Congress)

 

12) Conduct:

 

The guest, by signing the contract at check-in commits to behave responsibly and correctly on behalf of their accompanying party as well as themselves.

 

Should the signing guest or any of the accompanying party behave in an unsuitable and incorrect manner, IN OUT Apartments reserves the right to ask the person and their accompanying party to leave the apartment without being entitled to any compensation neither to any claims.

 
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