Interest in luxury real estate in Europe every year is only growing, along with it grow and prices. The cost of housing in some parts of the most popular cities of the continent reaches tens of thousands of euros per square meter. Based on conducted in 2014 research large realty agencies has compiled a list of the most prestigious residential streets in ten European cities. Zurich: Pilatusstrasse and gold coast According to research realtors, street Pilatusstrasse is the most demanded in the Swiss city.
She is not inferior to the coastal strip of lake Zurich (on the photo) — gold coast (Gold Coast). The price per square meter up to €21 500. Munich: Mullerstrasse and Herzog Park In Munich realtors divided the palm between two streets: Central Mullerstrasse Penzingerstrasse in a quiet and green area close to the duck Park.
Prices for both streets reach €25 000 per sq. m. Rome: the Spanish steps and Piazza Navona real estate in the center of Rome can cost three times more expensively, than on suburbs. However, the views of experts in the field of real estate on the most expensive location in the city was divided. Continue reading
This exclusive luxury hotel “Villa Padierna thermas of Carratraca” 5* is located in a natural Paradise, far from the noisy city in the Valley of Guadalhorce in the province of Malaga, 30 minutes from the Costa Del Sol, and 90 minutes from Granada or Seville. The hotel Villa Padierna thermas 5 Star is the result of a complete renewal of this building in the nineteenth century, including elements of luxury and quality, replete with history.
Villa Padierna has shown its elegance and sophistication during the development of the project buildings, blending neo-classical with Antiques, artwork and the best quality regarding convenience and welfare.
Andalusian courtyard allows you to enjoy the unbeatable climate of Andalusia and the Costa Del Sol during Breakfast or lunch. At night, the starry sky accompanies you during a romantic dinner in the moonlight.
Of Carratraca (Carratraca)
The village of Carratraca was founded in 1800, the year, though, the results of the excavations here were inhabited by the people during the times of the Roman conquest. Continue reading