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This beautiful remodeled and freshly painted 7-bedroom apartment on Calle Ancora would be the ideal home for students and professionals alike. The property is very space efficient and you will find high ceilings throughout. There are 2 shared bathrooms for the tenants and all of the rooms in the house are located down a long, single hallway with two curves. The kitchen will be your main meeting point in this shared apartment and it's a lovely space where you can eat and chat with your flatmates. It's fully equipped with new utensils, knives and a handy induction cooking surface that will help you whip up your meals fast and efficiently.
If you're looking for a quiet yet social neighborhood, this property would be a great choice for you. You'll also be steps away from supermarkets like Lidl and Ahorra Más but there are also small fruit shops around the corner from your street that you can explore. In addition this district has plenty of bars and restaurants with terraces where you can enjoy a relaxing meal or drink with friends in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere. This neighborhood is busy and active during the weeknights but on the weekends it's quiet and peaceful. For great food, drinks and wonderful services, head down the street past the metro on Calle de Palos de la Frontera and try El Almbique de La Frontera for delicious, authentic Spanish food.
Overnight guests: €40 per person per night
Monthly 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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