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Want to live in Madrid but not go broke from the rent? 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. That translates to more tapas and sangria.
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: