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Bright 1-Bedroom apartment close to Cartagena metro station in Prosperidad (Chamartin)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-Bedroom apartment close to Cartagena metro station in Prosperidad (Chamartin)

From 02 Aug 2024

€1,529 /month
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Bright and comfy 1-bedroom apartment near the Puerta del Ángel metro in Puerta del Angel (Latina)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Bright and comfy 1-bedroom apartment near the Puerta del Ángel metro in Puerta del Angel (Latina)

From 17 Jul 2024

€1,133 /month
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Deluxe 1-bedroom apartment in Prosperidad in Prosperidad (Chamartin)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Deluxe 1-bedroom apartment in Prosperidad in Prosperidad (Chamartin)

From 02 Aug 2024

€1,529 /month
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Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment in Prosperidad in Prosperidad (Chamartin)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment in Prosperidad in Prosperidad (Chamartin)

From 01 May 2024

€1,529 /month
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Gorgeous one bedroom flat next to el Prado in Huertas - Cortes (Centro)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Gorgeous one bedroom flat next to el Prado in Huertas - Cortes (Centro)

From 09 Apr 2024

€3,169 /month
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Stupendous 1-bedroom lofted flat in Bellas Vistas in Bellas Vistas (Tetuan)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Stupendous 1-bedroom lofted flat in Bellas Vistas in Bellas Vistas (Tetuan)

From 04 Mar 2024

€1,375 /month
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Spacious one bedroom apartment in Chamberí in Almagro (Chamberi)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Spacious one bedroom apartment in Chamberí in Almagro (Chamberi)

From 24 Jul 2024

€1,826 /month
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Lovely 1-bedroom apartment with terrace in Usera in Moscardo (Usera)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Lovely 1-bedroom apartment with terrace in Usera in Moscardo (Usera)

From 16 Aug 2024

€1,000 €980 /month
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ESTUDIO LAVAPIES in Lavapiés- Embajadores (Centro)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

ESTUDIO LAVAPIES in Lavapiés- Embajadores (Centro)

From 31 May 2024

€790 /month
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ESTUDIO IN CITY CENTER in Lavapiés- Embajadores (Centro)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

ESTUDIO IN CITY CENTER in Lavapiés- Embajadores (Centro)

From 05 Aug 2024

€770 /month
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Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment close to Quevedo metro station in Trafalgar (Chamberi)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Cosy 1-Bedroom apartment close to Quevedo metro station in Trafalgar (Chamberi)

From 30 Jun 2024

€1,450 /month
Bills included
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Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment near the San Bernardo metro in Arapiles (Chamberi)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment near the San Bernardo metro in Arapiles (Chamberi)

From 04 Mar 2024

€1,299 /month
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Spacious 1-bedroom apartment near the Usera metro in Almendrales (Usera)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Spacious 1-bedroom apartment near the Usera metro in Almendrales (Usera)

From 21 Jul 2024

€1,100 /month
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Amiable 1-bedroom apartment near Tribunal metro station in Malasaña Universidad (Centro)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Amiable 1-bedroom apartment near Tribunal metro station in Malasaña Universidad (Centro)

From 11 Jul 2024

€1,000 /month
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Homely 1-bedroom apartment near the Sol metro in Palacio (Centro)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Homely 1-bedroom apartment near the Sol metro in Palacio (Centro)

From 30 Jun 2024

€1,400 €1,200 /month
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Homely 1-bedroom apartment in Puerta del Angel in Puerta del Angel (Latina)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Homely 1-bedroom apartment in Puerta del Angel in Puerta del Angel (Latina)

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,133 /month
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Very cool 1-bedroom apartment in Sol in Palacio (Centro)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Very cool 1-bedroom apartment in Sol in Palacio (Centro)

From 31 Jul 2024

€1,400 €1,250 /month
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Lovely 1-bedroom apartment in Salamanca in Guindalera (Salamanca)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Lovely 1-bedroom apartment in Salamanca in Guindalera (Salamanca)

From 01 Aug 2024

€1,375 /month
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Charming 1-bedroom apartment in Usera in Zofio (Usera)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Charming 1-bedroom apartment in Usera in Zofio (Usera)

From 01 Sep 2024

€775 /month
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APARTAMENTO CUATRO CAMINOS in Rios Rosas (Chamberi)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

APARTAMENTO CUATRO CAMINOS in Rios Rosas (Chamberi)

From 31 Jul 2024

€1,100 /month
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IE UNIVERSIDAD in Castellana (Salamanca)
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

IE UNIVERSIDAD in Castellana (Salamanca)

From 31 Aug 2024

€1,200 /month
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Inviting 1-bedroom apartment in near Palacio Real in Palacio (Centro)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Inviting 1-bedroom apartment in near Palacio Real in Palacio (Centro)

From 06 Jul 2024

€1,400 €1,250 /month
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Lovely 1-Bedroom flat next to Atocha in Palos de Moguer (Arganzuela)
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Lovely 1-Bedroom flat next to Atocha in Palos de Moguer (Arganzuela)

From 05 May 2024

€2,997 /month
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Bright 1-bedroom apartment in Zofío in Zofio (Usera)
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-bedroom apartment in Zofío in Zofio (Usera)

From 30 Jun 2024

€825 /month

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How Public Transportation works in Madrid?

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Bucket list of things to do and see in Madrid

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Best neighbourhood to live in Madrid

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How to eat like a local in Madrid?

Start with a traditional Spanish breakfast of churros and hot chocolate, for lunch try traditional Spanish dishes like paella, tortilla española, and gazpacho. Have a late-night dinner at a local restaurant or taberna, where you can enjoy a traditional Spanish meal of cocido madrileño or cordero lechal and end your perfect day with traditional dessert tres leches cake.Learn more

Where can I study or work remotely in Madrid?

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What is the average cost of living in Madrid?

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