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Want to live in Madrid without compromising your budget? Settle in Puente de Vallecas.
While it’s considered a mostly working-class area, Puente de Vallecas has lots of parks (the most popular being Parque del Cerro del Tío Pío), a cultural and sports center, and tons of cool bars and outdoor terraces. It’s just outside the city centre, but much more affordable.
Students attending the Technical University of Madrid - South Campus will find this area convenient. They won’t have to commute and they’ll save money.
But if you want to see the major attractions, a 25-minute metro ride on Line 1 will do the trick.
Ready to find some cool studios for rent in Puente de Vallecas? Here’s our selection: