There are cozy rooms available to rent in this well-equipped 75 m², 2-bedroom apartment in Imperial. The apartment's main feature is the spacious balcony that opens up from the living room, which comes with plenty of seating and equipment for a mini home-theater. There is a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances and a large bathroom to share. The living room is shared with the landlord but he will spend most of his free time in there.
Imperial is a popular neighborhood due to its proximity to city center and its affordable prices. You can go on a nice stroll or take the bus and metro to quickly reach Madrid's bustling area around Puerta del Sol. On Paseo Imperial, however, you have a peaceful environment with all you basic amenities close by.
Central but not expensive
Bars and restaurants. A central location. Football.
If you want a quiet, affordable place to live, you could do worse than try Imperial.
You don't have to compromise, either. After all, the city centre is close by. In fact, popular La Latina is just north of here.
What can I do here?
Cheer on Atlético de Madrid at Vicente Calderón stadium. It's heavy-metal-football: fast, angry, and loud. The stadium shakes to the roar of 54,000 people.
The 1903 Sport Bar & Lounge Restaurant is also in the stadium. The menu is Mediterranean but they "specialize in hamburgers". You first.
On Sundays, lose yourself in the Rastro market. It's in La Latina next door. You'll find hundreds of stalls, some selling antiques, some selling old things.
If you need some Me Time, take a walk along the Manzanares River. Find your Zen.
Many animal and plant fossils are found here. Perhaps because Imperial is next to Manzanares River, Prehistoric.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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