Peek Inside Villanelle’s Incredible Barcelona Apartment from “Killing Eve”

updated Jun 10, 2020
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Along with consistently keeping viewers on the edge of their seats, “Killing Eve” provides endless wanderlust inspiration, thanks to the many filming locations that take viewers on a quintessentially European cat-and-mouse game between the show’s leads, Eve Polastri and Villanelle. With most people’s travel plans on indefinite hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can still dream about a “Killing Eve”-inspired Spanish getaway in the future, because Villanelle’s Barcelona apartment is available to rent on Airbnb.

Fans of the hit BBC series will immediately recognize this stunning Spanish flat from the show’s third season, which recently wrapped up and took Villanelle from her apartment in Paris to this palatial Art Nouveau flat, located near all the action in Barcelona’s trendy Gràcia district, Plaza Lesseps. Not only is situated in an ideal tourist location to hit all the hot spots that Barcelona has to offer, the spacious apartment is a design lover’s dream, serving as the perfect place to kick up your heels after a long day of sightseeing in northeastern Spain.

The apartment is part of a three-family home called Casa Ramos and it’s located a short walk from Antoni Gaudí’s historic Park Güell. It’s also steps from a Metro station, providing easy transit access to other parts of the city.

Built in 1906 for the Ramos family, the apartment is rich in mid century architectural and design details that make it special. From floor-to-ceiling windows that drench each room in sunlight to unique arches and pillars from top to bottom, you’ll want to don your most glamorous, Villanelle-inspired frocks as you open the windows to greet the morning with a song.

Aside from the location, the amenities in this apartment are truly hard to beat. The space can comfortably house up to four people, featuring two bedrooms and a reception hall, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, a studio and one bathroom.

Host and architect Sean Carbonell-Hogg also runs tours of the apartment, which are on pause through June due to the pandemic. With glowing reviews from past visitors, there’s no better way to dream up a killer itinerary once it becomes safer to travel.