In season three of the BBC hit show Killing Eve, Jodie Comer’s Villanelle leaves Paris for a new base in Barcelona – a beautiful Art Nouveau apartment that has now appeared on Airbnb, ready to be added to everyone’s wishlists.

A picture of the apartment's spacious and light living room
The apartment is located in one of the trendiest areas of Barcelona, filled with nightlife and shopping opportunities © Airbnb

The apartment is called Casa Ramos and it’s located in Barcelona’s Plaza Lesseps, less than fifteen minutes away from Gaudi’s very famous and extremely visited Park Guell. Casa Ramos, built in 1906 for the Ramos family, is described as “an architectural experience” for its guests.

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The apartment, which is “very spacious and unusual” for a house dating back to the beginning of the 20th century, can accommodate up to four people in its two bedrooms and reception hall, kitchen, dining and living rooms, studio and bathroom.

Casa Ramos is richly decorated, and for those who are interested in the finer details of its architecture, host and architect Sean Carbonell-Hogg also runs tours of the apartment. What’s certain is that the “palatial character” of Casa Ramos has charmed movie and television crews before – Pedro Almodovar, Alan Parker and Wim Wenders are all listed as directors who’ve chosen the apartment as a backdrop for their productions.

A picture of the modern kitchen inside Casa Ramos
The apartment dates back to 1906 but it has been renovated to accommodate all kinds of modern features © Airbnb

A night in Casa Ramos starts at around £300/€334. If you’re interested, you can check out more photos and more info at its official Airbnb listing here.

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