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The rooms for rent in this 7-bedroom apartment on Calle del Mesón de Paredes are bright and they all have balconies. The furnishings are contemporary and economical, and they fit in nicely with the parquet floors and French balcony doors on all major rooms. There are two shared bathrooms, one with a bathtub and the other with a shower stall, so you never have to wait - or at least not for long! Natural light spills into the kitchen, which has all the major appliances, including a dishwasher and washing machine. You can eat a meal in the dining room, which has a six-seat table, along with a small sofa if you’re just chatting. And the living room, where you can watch TV, also has a cozy sofa and a little balcony overlooking the street.
Technically, your apartment is located in the Lavapiés neighborhood, but in reality it’s closer to the center of La Latina. Either way, you’re in a lively area filled with artists. Just outside your front door is the bustling Plaza Tirso de Molina, where you can people-watch or buy fresh-cut flowers, because this is the best flower street market in Spain! There is a nearby Dia supermarket, where you can get groceries, and when you’re in the mood to eat out, you’ll find plenty of restaurant choices. A bakery and natural foods store are only 4 minutes away, and if you’re looking for a night at the theater, Teatro La Latina is a 5-minute walk away.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Your eclectic and adventurous home
History, culture, an international atmosphere – Lavapiés has a lot to recommend it.
This was Madrid’s Jewish quarter in the Middle Ages. Today it attracts immigrants from all over the world. You’ll find a wild mix of food, art and culture here.
Do you seek adventure and diversity?
Come to Lavapiés.
What can I do here?
Do you know the true story of Snow White?
Or what links bodies and numbers?
If not, you’re in luck. Because in Lavapiés, you can go to a theatre and find the answer to these and other vital questions. To get started, try La Tabacalera. It's a theatre set in an abandoned factory.
Hungry? There’s a tonne of Indian restaurants here. Some are better than others. Try the Moharaj on Calle Ave Maria, 18. It’s a good bet.
On Sundays, visit the Rastro Market. Buy things you never knew existed.
Go to Calle Argumosa and relax in the shade on a terraza. Or visit one of the many Moroccan tea shops – take a part of Africa home with you.
In August, go crazy at the Fiestas de San Lorenzo. There are free street concerts and food trucks! (How great is Madrid?)
Visit BrainBreak. Get locked in a room. Decipher the codes to escape. Feel clever.
The word lavapiés translates to “foot bath” or “feet wash” in English. Immaculate.
Can I afford it?
€–€€ (budget friendly–mid-range)
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