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As you might imagine, this 9-bedroom apartment with rooms to rent on Calle Ferrocarril is a very large space. The front door opens to a large common room with a table and 8 chairs in the center, where you can watch TV. There are even more chairs and also two fridges in this space, as well as a huge chalkboard to leave messages to other flatmates. The kitchen, with large windows, is just past the fridges and storage shelves. It’s equipped with everything you need, including a washing machine. Fortunately, there are three modern bathrooms, so you really only have to share one with another two tenants.
Living in an apartment that you’re sharing with another eight people, you’re likely to have a very vibrant life. This makes living in Atocha ideal, because the area is known for its fast pace. From a drama school to amusement centers with escape rooms and a gym just 5 minutes away, there is definitely a lot in your immediate vicinity to keep you occupied. At night, you can check out some of the local bars or take in a concert at Sala Caracol, or check out the Tilt Billiard club. Within a 10-minute walk, you’ll find three supermarkets. Tapas, pizza and sushi are as easy to come by as the homecooking in one of the many local restaurants.
Couples: rooms which permit couples will have a rent increase of between €60 and €90 per month when occupied by a couple
15-day booking policy:
Fortnightly payment policy:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Your convenient and central home
Atocha is a 10-minute metro ride from the city centre. It’s known for museums, restaurants and nightclubs. It’s also fun, fast-paced and historical.
Because from Atocha, you can take a high-speed AVE train to towns across Spain (and beyond...). You can also take the airport shuttle and an early flight.
Atocha is Madrid’s gateway to the world.
What can I do here?
Catch a train to Barcelona. (Joke.)
Go see Guernica at the Reina Sofia Museum. It’s a 7-metre painting by Pablo Picasso. White, grey and black faces twist in torment, the peasant victims of state violence.
Try a bocadillo de calamares (calamari sandwich) at El Brillante restaurant. (You’ll thank us.)
Take a walk in Retiro; it’s a 350-acre park, one of Madrid’s best. It's home to squirrels, migratory birds and 15,000 shady trees.
Row a blue boat across the green waters of the park lake. Say hi to the ducks and terrapins.
When Saturday comes, move your body to the beat at Kapital – It’s Madrid’s most famous nightclub.
There’s a tropical garden inside Atocha station. It has 7,000 plants from 260 different species. Diverse.
Can I afford it?
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