You will be leaping at the chance to rent this stylish studio apartment in the heart of La Latina, with amazing views across the rooftops of the city, taking in the beautiful towers of Iglesia San Andrés and in the distance the towering and magnificent Catedral de la Almudena. The apartment is very bright and spacious, and comes with everything you need to start your life in the city. The living room has sofas and a large flat-screen TV, along with a coffee table, and a dining table to seat 4. The kitchen has cutlery, pots, pans, plates and utensils, as well as a full-size fridge freezer, an oven and stove, a dishwasher and a coffee maker.There is also a pull-out divider to separate the kitchen from the bedroom to avoid odors. The bathroom has a large, modern shower.
You will be living in one of the oldest districts of Madrid, in fact the building is built on the remains of a 12th century church, the walls of which can still be seen in places. The modern La Latina is still one of the most vibrant and popular areas of the city, famous for its food and nightlife, and for the popular El Rastro Market, which runs every Sunday and public holiday. There are dozens of restaurants, bars, cafes, and tabernas within just a 2-3 minute walk of the apartment, and shops and grocery stores nearby also. Madrid's cathedral, palace, and central plazas are just a few minutes' walk, along with the vast Casa de Campo park. This really is the ideal apartment!
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples
La Latina is one of Madrid’s most vibrant neighborhoods because of its high concentration of Tapa bars and its festive culture that takes over the streets regardless of the time of day. Although it is considered calm during the daytime, it is a meeting point for students and nightlife fanatics who come out to enjoy the action in this area. It isn’t just a popular nightlife hub, but it is also where Madrid hosts its world-famous flea market, El Rastro, where one can spend an entire day looking through antiques, home appliances and buy from anything to everything against the backdrop of locals enjoying a caña(beer) in the mist of chatter and deal making.