Madrid

Housing 

Expat Neighborhoods

Common expat neighborhoods include:

Madrid city:
• Salamanca
• Chamberí
• El Viso Hispanoamérica
• Castellana
• Campo de las Naciones
• Conde Orgaz

Residencial neighbourhoods:
• La Moraleja
• Sanchinarro
• Las Tablas
• Mirasierra
• Montecarmelo
• Pozuelo
• Aravaca
• Las Rozas
• Majadahonda

Rental Housing Cost

Rent depends on the type, size, and location of the property:

Apartment:
• 1 Bed: 1,000 – 1,500 EUR
• 2 Bed: 1,250 – 1,800 EUR
• 3 Bed: 1,800 – 2,500 EUR

Houses:
• 3 Bed: 2,800 – 4,000 EUR
• 4 Bed: 3,500 – 5,000 EUR

Local Details

Transportation

Madrid has an extensive public transportation system consisting of metro, tram, and loocal train that link the city center with the suburbs. The most utilized method of getting around Madrid is by metro.

Madrid city centre is restricted for private cars, except electric vehicles and residents.

Taxi / Uber (and similar) is available and reasonably priced.

Fun Facts

Madrid is an open minded and welcoming cosmopolitan city that never sleeps.

In Madrid, siesta is not in use, but employees still tend to take a rather long lunch break to enjoy a proper meal with the colleagues.

Local Currency

EURO