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The best areas in Madrid for renting your property

The best areas in Madrid for renting your property

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If you are thinking of renting an apartment in Madrid, you have to take into account different important aspects when you search. As it happens in the main cities, prices are higher as you get closer to the most central areas, but a good location is very important since feeling comfortable in the area where you are going to live is going to improve your quality of life to a great extent. That is why, sometimes, paying a little higher monthly rent than you had planned can be compensated by many other intangible aspects that will benefit you personally. Finding an apartment in Madrid to rent for a season that fits perfectly with what you are looking for is not an easy task. You will need to spend time and have patience to find an option that fits your needs. The first thing you have to do is to get to know and inform yourself well about the best areas to rent an apartment in Madrid.


The peculiarities of the best neighborhoods in Madrid to live


Next we will detail the most outstanding characteristics of the best neighborhoods to live in Madrid. The Malasaña neighbourhood is always a great option if you are looking to rent an apartment in the heart of Madrid. It is one of the most frequented neighborhoods due to its location in the center of the city, a few meters away from Gran Vía and Puerta del Sol. It is very well connected by public transport with several metro and bus stops.  At the same time, it is one of the main leisure and entertainment areas of the city with an infinite number of bars, restaurants and spaces dedicated to art and culture. The Chamberí district is another of the best neighbourhoods to live in Madrid. It is very close to the historic center through the famous Fuencarral street and borders on the other side of the Castellana with the famous Salamanca district. Chamberí is a perfect neighborhood for you to do your daily life without using the car if you don't want to. It is characterized by being one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Madrid where you can feel with a walk through its streets the traditional essence of the city. It has a wide variety of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, fashion stores and traditional markets where you can buy fresh products. It is a residential area very close to the city's attractions and perfectly connected by public transport. The neighborhood of Justicia has a privileged location bordering the Gran Vía and the Paseo de Recoletos. With numerous designer shops and restaurants of all kinds, it is the most fashionable area to live in Madrid. The glamorous Salamanca district is one of the most luxurious and well-known in the city. It is one of the most exclusive areas in the centre of Madrid. Historical buildings are mixed with luxury shops, residential flats and exclusive office buildings. You can take a walk along its wide 19th century avenues, visit the Golden Mile where you can find the shops of the most important designers or taste a menu of haute cuisine in the many restaurants located in the area.



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