This spacious 5-bedroom apartment in Puente de Vallecas has bright and spacious room available to rent. Each room comes furnished with a double bed, storage space, and a private room key. The rooms area ideal if you are looking for privacy and personal space. The common areas include a semi-open kitchen and dining area that has an enclosed balcony used as the laundry area. The kitchen is fully equipped and there are 2 full bathrooms to share.
If you are coming to Madrid but are looking for a more relaxed and residential atmosphere, Puente de Vallecas is for you. Not only are you less than 30 minutes from the city center, but the area is more affordable. On Calle Sierra Carbonera, you have everything you need nearby, from grocery stores to hardware shops to pharmacies.
Couples NOT allowed
Puente de Vallecas
Your fiercely independent suburb
Welcome to Puente de Vallecas.
It's affordable and full of surprises. It's proudly working class and boasts some of the cheapest housing in Madrid.
There's a lot for you to enjoy here:
Fresh-food markets and supermarkets
Big parks and bigger football matches
Flamenco bars and heavy-metal nightclubs
Local cafes and bars
You can walk to Atocha train station and genteel Retiro park. Twenty minutes on the metro and you're in Madrid's trendiest neighbourhoods.
Living in Madrid on a budget?
Puente de Vallecas is for you.
What can I do here?
Cheer on Rayo Vallecano, the bravest football team in Spain. They charge forward like samurai sworn to vengeance.
Their stadium holds just 14,708 people. The atmosphere is raw. Ticket prices start at €15.00. Affordable.
El Boliche is a small bar that serves 12 types of international beer. It's a welcoming place.
At El Cortijo, you can watch flamenco over dinner and drinks. The shows are authentic and passionate, the skill levels supreme. Tickets start at €25.00, and it only fits 60 people.
On sunny days, which is most days, go to Cerro del Tío Pío. It's a park, the perfect spot for a picnic with epic views of Madrid.
If you like to rock, get thyself to Excalibur nightclub. It's Madrid's Temple of Rock. DJs, live bands, whatever, so long as it's heavy.
Puente de Vallecas was a major force in the Republican fight against Franco during the Civil War. Their rebel spirit remains to this day.
Can I afford it? € (budget friendly)
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