The rooms to rent in this split-level 6-bedroom apartment to rent on Calle de Linneo are perfect if you want a quiet spot to live while still being close to the city center. The recently renovated space is bright and fully furnished and the shared common areas are nothing short of amazing. The open-plan living and dining room is spacious and features a large flat-screen TV, a comfortable sofa, and a table for 6. The modern kitchen has all you need to cook up a storm, including a large oven and dishwasher. There's even a separate laundry room with a washer, dryer and a small sink in case you need to hand-wash an item or two.
It would be difficult to come up with a better location than this in Madrid. Imperial is close enough to downtown that you won't miss out on any of the action, while enjoying the peace and relaxation you'd expect from being a short walk from the Manzanares River and the Campo del Moro Gardens. If you're a colchonero, you'll be pleased to know that the Vicente Calderón Stadium, home of Atlético de Madrid, is less than a 20-minute walk away. Your more immediate vicinity has all you may need for your daily life, including a couple of grocery stores and restaurantes, and even a Burger King at the end of your street. Maybe you'll want to get together with your new flatmates and solve the mystery of the escape room right next door.
Central but not expensive
Bars and restaurants. A central location. Football.
If you want a quiet, affordable place to live, you could do worse than try Imperial.
You don't have to compromise, either. After all, the city centre is close by. In fact, popular La Latina is just north of here.
What can I do here?
Cheer on Atlético de Madrid at Vicente Calderón stadium. It's heavy-metal-football: fast, angry, and loud. The stadium shakes to the roar of 54,000 people.
The 1903 Sport Bar & Lounge Restaurant is also in the stadium. The menu is Mediterranean but they "specialize in hamburgers". You first.
On Sundays, lose yourself in the Rastro market. It's in La Latina next door. You'll find hundreds of stalls, some selling antiques, some selling old things.
If you need some Me Time, take a walk along the Manzanares River. Find your Zen.
Many animal and plant fossils are found here. Perhaps because Imperial is next to Manzanares River, Prehistoric.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)
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