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Arapiles
*Because it’s the most *Madrileño de todo.**

You’ll love this...
It’s hip, artistic, traditional, but contemporary. It’s a perfect blend and kind of lovely, like a fine craft beer (which, incidentally, you can find plenty of here).

But you won’t love this...
15 minutes on the Metro to Sol, what a drag. Look, we’re scraping the barrel here. You’ll love it.

Will I like living here?...
Roll over Moncloa, it’s Arapiles time to shine.

It’s understated cool, with that Chamberí charm. Some say it’s the “más madrileño de todos los barrios madrileños”. To translate, it’s the most Madrid-ish neighbourhood of them all.

There’s plenty to do:

  • Explore Madrid’s thriving theatre scene at Teatro Galileo.
  • Catch a flick at an independent cinema like Cines Verdi.
  • Sip an ice-cold Tinto de Verano in Plaza de Olavide.
  • For the baddest street food in the city, try Kitchen 154. Dumplings, tacos, spicy Korean bbq ribs...

… Ya know, classic Spanish fare.

And if you’re bored...
Labirratorium: Estrella and Mahou aren’t the only beers in town, and these beer buffs have an impressive selection of crafty brews. Google rating: 4.6/5 And this Google review nails it: ”If you like beer, you have to go.” – What more do you need to know?

Anything else?
Live here, and you’ll spend a lot of time at Mercado de Vallehermoso. It’s a classic Madrid market. A great place to stock the pantry with fresh produce. Oh, and it’s another great place to sample Madrid’s finest craft beers.

And did you know?…
Ride the Metro between Bilbao and Iglesia, and you might catch a glimpse of the now-defunct Estación de Chamberí.

During the Spanish Civil War, it provided shelter from the bombing campaigns of the Nationalist forces. The station has been beautifully restored. It’s well worth checking out.

Move here to be near:
* Centro de Arte Moderno * Plaza de Olavide * Mercado de Vallehermoso * Moncloa

Getting to and from the airport...
You can take a taxi from Madrid Barajas International Airport. It will cost you roughly €30 and 20 minutes.

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