Studying in Madrid can be a wonderful experience. Are you wondering if Salamanca is the perfect neighborhood in Madrid to live? This district is upscale and trendy, so if you’d like to live in the most exclusive area of Madrid, keep reading to learn all about it! Source: www.jllinmuebles.es Privileged location northeast the historical centre
Chueca is known all around the world for its gay-friendly atmosphere. It’s a very inclusive area with a trendy atmosphere and a very lively nightlife. Do you want to find out if Chueca is the perfect place to stay whilst you study abroad? We tell you more about this neighbourhood for students in Madrid below!
If you already know that you want to live your next adventure in Madrid, but you’re wondering which would be the best area to live in, check out this guide for La Latina, one of the most traditional neighbourhoods for students in Madrid which has become very popular lately. Busy, jammed with terraces to taste delicious
Is alternative the word which describes you best? If you’ve decided that you’re living your next adventure in Madrid and you like the hipster way of life, Malasaña is the current centre of counterculture in the city. Everyone in the city is talking about one of the most popular neighbourhoods for students in Madrid (and
Are you going to study at IE Business School? Then you will find this guide very useful! It is pretty easy to feel a little bit lost about where to live when you do not know the city enough yet. That is why we have collected the most popular neighbourhoods convenient to IE as well as
Want to enjoy summer in Madrid on a lovely rooftop terrace? Keep reading and discover Madrid´s hidden gems! 1) Terrazas Plaza de Olavide Olavide Square is a nice, not touristy but lively place in the traditional Chamberí neighbourhood, where people from all ages, but sure also young students living nearby (it is very close to
So you have gotten onto an Erasmus in Madrid… soon you are going to have to pack your bags, print of your airplane and make your way to the capital of the peninsula. Madrid. A vibrant city. A city well known for its cultural scene, museums, night life, restaurants and art. One of the centers
Students (Madrid Neighbourhoods) Guide: Do you know where to live once you move abroad? It is pretty easy to feel a little bit lost about where to live when you do not know the city enough yet. Madrid is made up of over 128 different neighbourhoods and although is a very well connected city I
Madrid´s Strawberry Roadmap “Let me take you down cause I´m going to Madrid´s Strawberry Fields…” Let us take you in a trip around Madrid where you will discover with us which role plays the Strawberry in Spain.How we call it, how we use it and which recipes you must try during your Erasmus in Spain.
Adolfo Suárez – Madrid – Barajas is the most important Spanish airport. If you arrive to Madrid and don’t have a friend who can pick you up at the airport, don’t worry. There are several options to reach your flat. The airport is 13 km (8 miles) away from Madrid, so walking won’t be an