Rooms are available to rent in this 168m² 4-bedroom apartment Calle Donoso Cortés. There is a cosy living room with seating and a glass coffee table and the kitchen comes equipped with everything you need to cook. In the kitchen you will also find a dining table with space for 4 people.
Living here you will be in a residential student area not far from the city center. The property is close to Parque del Oeste some of the city's universities. The streets outside are home to small shops and cafés and the nearby metro means you can easily reach all of Madrid.
You home just outside the centre
Moncloa is a 15-minute walk from Malasaña, so it’s pretty central.
And if you’re a student, it’s the place to live. After all, it's as close as you can get to Ciudad Universitaria without living there. You can walk to all these temples of learning:
When you’re not studying, there are lots of shops, bars, and other awesomeness.
What can I do here?
Want to see Madrid from the sky? Of course you do.
Luckily, the Faro de Moncloa is a 110-metre-high tower with an observation deck. The glass elevator is on the outside. It shoots you up at 1.8 metres a second.
It costs €3 to go up. We’ll let you to decide if the views are worth it.
Hungry? The Little Big, The Van Gogh and The Toast are three of Madrid’s best brunch cafés. We’re talking peanut-butter-and-jelly pancakes, eggs Benedict and breakfast burritos. Yum.
At night head to nearby Malasaña, Chueca, or the city centre.
The majestic building next to the Intercambiador de Moncloa is the headquarters of the Spanish Air Force.
Can I afford it?
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