This 3-bedroom apartment has rooms available to rent to female students on Calle Carner. The property has a spacious living room which is the perfect space to relax after a day's studying and get to know your house mates as it has 2 comfy couches, a dining table, flat-screen TV and access to a cosy balcony with a view of the street outside. The fully equipped kitchen offers a lot of counter space and has a little bar area, providing an extra spot for dining.
Want to live in a exciting and multicultural area where you can step right into the middle of Madrid's most famous flea market every Sunday? Then you will love living in this apartment right in the heart of La Latina. The area is full of excellent restaurants, bars and some nightclubs and on Sundays the charming cobblestoned streets are home to El Rastro flea market, where you can buy a multitude of cool and useful things. The area is also very central, with most of Madrid's famous sites and popular neighbourhoods within walking distance.
Payment method: cash; bank transfer
Smoking allowed: yes
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
Your fun, historical and central home
In central La Latina, you can have it all.
You have a maze of narrow, cobblestone streets to get lost in, hazy tavernas serving exotic tapas dishes, vast outdoor markets, snug nightclubs and bars.
Each August, La Paloma festival is held here. This means free street concerts, late nights and happy people.
On Sundays, the streets of La Latina host the Rastro Market. Meet friends for a drink or lunch when the market closes. It’s a Madrid tradition.
In La Latina, life's non-stop. Are you ready?
What can I do here?
If you tapear, it means you go from bar to bar trying the best tapas in each. And if you want to tapear in Madrid, you come to La Latina.
Txirimiri, on Calle Humilladero, 6, is a good place to start. Monkfish and prawn lasagne with coconut milk sauce? Oh yes.
On Sundays buy books, antiques, furniture and clothes at the Rastro market.
Then sit down at a sun-soaked terrace in Plaza de La Cebada. It’s full of friends sharing stories over a drink. Or go to historic Plaza Mayor, you’ll find lots of trendy restaurants there.
La Cava Baja is a long, long street. It’s full of people, full of bars, full of taverns, and full of restaurants. Try La Taranta. It’s a flamenco bar, so expect a good time.
El Teatro La Latina is a traditional theatre. It reopened in 1919. It only sits 927 and hosts some of the best shows in Spain.
La Latina is the centre of an artistic, culinary, and cultural transformation. Evolutionary.
Can I afford it?
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