This 4-bedroom, 1-bathroom exterior apartment is located on Calle Casino in the crossroads of three neighborhoods in the center of Madrid: Embajadores, La Latina, and Puerta de Toledo. The flat is completely renovated and beautifully decorated with colorful pieces of art. This apartment, with 4 rooms for rent with all bills included in the price, is ideal for someone wanting to have access to some of the most interesting areas of the city. In Embajadores you’ll find Lavapiés, a multicultural area with restaurants from cuisines the world over; La Latina is famous for the El Rastro flea market Sunday mornings and numerous tapas bars to enjoy cañas of beer and vermut, and Puerta de Toledo, which is right next to La Latina and is near Madrid Río. the area of the apartment is 77 m2.
This four-bedroom, one-bathroom 77 m2 exterior apartment is located on the fourth floor of the building. with an elevator. The apartment has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. The minimum lease is 90 days (3 months) and the maximum lease is 360 days (12 months).
The apartment is an eight-minute walk from and a nine-minute walk from the Embajadores Metro (Line 3) stop and the Puerta de Toledo Metro (Line 5) stop.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted but pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
La Latina has a festive atmosphere and features plenty of bars and restaurants, which is no surprise as it has the highest concentration of tapas bars in Madrid. Compared to Malasaña, the bars and restaurants attract slightly more elevated customers, but the food and drink prices are still very affordable. The nightlife provides more of an artistic and fashionable flair, whereas it is a peaceful neighborhood during the day, surrounded by old streets and buildings. On Sundays La Latina is home to El Rastro, the world-famous Flea Market where you can find anything from artisan goods to cheap home appliances at bargain prices with shoppers lining the streets looking for bargains and people enjoying cañas of beer and glasses of vermouth on lazy Sundays.
Officially named Embajadores, this neighborhood is better known as Lavapiés, which is its main plaza and metro stop. It experienced a revival that began in the 1980’s, when it became popular with young people and artists. At the heart of this diverse area is Plaza de Lavapiés, which is a meeting point for immigrants and Spaniards alike. Some consider it a “dangerous area”, but residents of the area find this to be untrue. In spite of the seamless blend of cultures, the neighborhood is a crowded one, characterized by narrow streets and buildings with painted facades. The Calle de Argumosa, which runs to the east of Plaza de Lavapies, is fully of trendy bars and is one of the most popular places in Madrid to sit on a terrace and enjoy a caña (small beer). The streets that stretch to the north and west from the plaza are filled with ethnic restaurants and shops. It's also home to many cultural attractions like the Vallé-Inclan Theater. The iconic Reina Sofia art museum also sits at the neighborhood's edge.