Finding housing in a city can be a nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be. With Spotahome, you can book your home online before you even arrive. We can help you find an apartment, room or studio conveniently located near your school or work, with all the amenities you’re looking for!
All our homes are personally checked by our Homecheckers and can be booked online!
For students at EAE Business School in particular, we’ve put together a detailed description of our favorite Madrid barrios below. You may also enjoy watching our Madrid neighborhood video series for more visuals and insights. Also check out our Go-to Guide to Moving to Madrid for more useful tips!
So, let’s talk about housing for EAE Students in Madrid. First of all…
Where is EAE?
EAE is one of Spain’s most renowned business schools. Located in the Chamartín neighborhood, in the northern part of Madrid, the campus’ nearest metro stop is República Argentina Metro stop on the 6 line. The 6 line goes in a circle around Madrid, giving you easy access to many parts of the city.
Chamartín is home to the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid’s beloved stadium. If you live close enough, you can hear fans going wild every game! Chamartín is also just north of the Salamanca neighborhood, which is known for being one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Spain. It is also close to Avenida de América, an area with many businesses, shops, local restaurants, and bars.
Best neighborhoods for students at EAE Madrid
Salamanca is known as the wealthy neighborhood in Madrid’s center, with some of the most exclusive stores and restaurants on the group of streets collectively known as the Milla del Oro (Golden Mile). It is one of the few parts of Madrid with a square, parallel street structure like in New York City. The Palacio de los Deportes, the main sports events venue in Madrid, can be found here. Calle Goya in Salamanca is also famous for its shopping options. And in the southern part of this neighborhood, you can find Retiro, which is one of the largest and most beautiful parks in the city.
Here’s a video guide to the Salamanca neighborhood made by our team!
From Salamanca, you can easily get to the EAE campus by taking La Línea 9 (Line 9) from the Núñez de Balboa stop and getting off at Cruz del Rayo. From there, it is a 10 minute walk to campus. In addition, the 19 bus (which goes north on Velázquez and south on Serrano) will leave you in Plaza de la República Argentina, which is mere steps from campus!
To see all of our current properties in Barrio Salamanca, search on our site here, and use the filter options to find your perfect home!
Check out all our homes in Salamanca here!
Chamberí is a safe and quiet area located west of Chamartín. It is home to the beautiful Parque de Tercer Depósito, also known as Parque Santander. Chamberí is close to the hip, trendy neighborhoods of Malasaña and Chueca, which are full of activity at night. Chamberí is also near the Moncloa area, where many universities are located. It’s ideal for students looking to have fun with other students.
Here’s a video on two beautiful areas in Chamberí: Almagro and Trafalgar.
To get to EAE from Chamberí, take La Línea 1 from Bilbao and transfer onto La Línea 6 at Cuatro Caminos. From there, get off at República Argentina. You will see EAE right when you leave the station. Another option is to take bus 7 (originating in Alonso Martínez with stops on Calle Almagro, Calle Miguel Ángel, and Paseo del General Martínez Campos) straight to Plaza de la República Argentina.
If you’d like to find a flat in Chamberí, just click here and use the filter options to search for your perfect home!
Search through all our available homes in Chamberí here!
How to find a great apartment in Madrid
Spotahome offers hundreds of personally-checked rooms, flats, and residence halls in Madrid, so you can book your perfect home online before you even arrive. We provide video tours, floor plans and detailed descriptions of every property, so when you get to the city, there will be no surprises. If you go to our interactive map, you can even put in the exact address of EAE (C / Joaquin Costa, 41, 28002 Madrid, Spain), and calculate the commute time from each flat.
Get in touch with us!
We hope this post was helpful! If you’re an EAE student looking for housing in Madrid, we’d be happy to help you with your search. Get in touch with us at [email protected]. You can also interact with us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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