There are rooms for rent in this spacious 130 m² 6-bedroom, 3-bathroom apartment on Calle de Fernando el Católico in Moncloa. This apartment has a large, modern kitchen. Each bathroom is equipped with a toilet, sink and shower, and all are located down the hall by the kitchen.
There are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby, as well as a bank and supermarket. Oeste Park is only a 15-minute walk away, and is a great place to relax, or go for a run in the summer sun. The Royal Palace of Madrid, and plenty of other cultural attractions are only a half-hour walk away.
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:
Complutense de Madrid
Politécnica de Madrid
Pontificia de Salamanca
EOI Business school
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 get thee 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. Flying high.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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