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This beautiful one bedroom apartment is located in the heart of the happening La Latina neighborhood. La Latina is not only home to one of the biggest outdoor markets in Madrid, El Rastro, but it also houses some of the best nightlife the city has to offer. The kitchen has been renovated with new appliances. The bedroom has a large double bed and plenty of storage space.
The updated kitchen contains a refrigerator, microwave, washing machine, and ironing board. The living room has a sofa, a coffee table, flat screen TV, and lots of shelf space. The living room opens onto a small balcony. The bedroom has a unique large double bed with a large closet and minimalist decor.
This flat is just a 3-minute walk from the La Latina metro stop. It is also a short walk from several cultural sites including the Basilica of San Francisco and the Almudena Cathedral.
Payment date: 1st three days of each month (late payment charges apply)
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Suitable for: Professionals, Students
La Latina has a festive atmosphere and features plenty of bars and restaurants, which is no surprise as it has the highest concentration of tapas bars in Madrid. Compared to Malasaña, the bars and restaurants attract slightly more elevated customers, but the food and drink prices are still very affordable. The nightlife provides more of an artistic and fashionable flair, whereas it is a peaceful neighborhood during the day, surrounded by old streets and buildings. On Sundays La Latina is home to El Rastro, the world-famous Flea Market where you can find anything from artisan goods to cheap home appliances at bargain prices with shoppers lining the streets looking for bargains and people enjoying cañas of beer and glasses of vermouth on lazy Sundays.