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Madrid
The city centre of Madrid is without doubt the busiest area in the region. It is the capital of Spain and its islands. There are a number of neighbourhoods that are famous for different reasons. These include Salamanca, Chamberí, Chamartín, Retiro, Centro, Tetuán and Moncloa-Aravaca. Flights to Madrid can be very cheap from airports and this attracts a high number of visitors each year. It has a temperate climate, which means that the weather in Madrid is reasonably stable. The winters tend to be cool and the summers are sunny and dry. There is no shortage of things to do in Madrid. Each district has its own historical landmarks, plazas, restaurants, nightlife and museums. There are excellent transport links also to travel around the city and to the residential areas in the north and west. You can either explore the Madrid metro or use local buses. We have an extensive portfolio of properties in Madrid, ranging from villas to apartments to penthouses. Whether you are looking for views over Retiro Park, direct access to shopping in Gran Vía, or a private terrace in Plaza Mayor, we have it covered.
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Salamanca
The Salamanca district is one of the most prestigious areas of Madrid, located just above Parque de El Retiro. It is home to the Madrid Golden Mile, with the best shopping in the capital. Calle Serrano is a famous street that is home to many popular designer boutiques, as well as stylish restaurants. This neighbourhood is one of the most sought-after areas in the city, as well as an investment hotspot. Salamanca has some of the best bars in the region. It is also home to boutique hotels and lavish apartments for rent and for sale. There are local buses than run through the district of Salamanca to Madrid city centre, or you can take the metro. You can find here the National Archaeological Museum, which has a collection of ancient cave art and pottery. On the outskirts of Salamanca is the Plaza de Toros, one of the most famous in Spain. Bullfighting is no longer permitted but visitors are encouraged to do a tour of the arena.
Chamberi
Very close to Salamanca, Chamberí is a beautiful, modern and equally popular district. It boasts some of the best architecture and culinary scenes in Madrid. The area of Almagro has an impressive nightlife scene. Plaza de Chamberí is a small green space in the centre. Opposite this is Andén 0 (Platform 0) Museum, a ghost metro station that has been unused since 1966. Now open to public viewing, this is a very interesting visit. There are other museums in the area for art and geology. Chamberí is also home to two performing halls: Galileo Galilei and Teatros del Canal, with regular events. The area offers beautiful and lavish apartments with often large dimensions. NH Madrid Chamberí Hotel is also popular with tourists, as it is chepa and located close to the metro.
Chamartin
The Chamartín district is one of the most modern central districts in Madrid. It borders Salamanca and Chamberí districts on the south, and Chamartín train station is in the north. Here is where part of the Central Business District is located. It is home to the Santiago Bernabeu football stadium, where fans can buy tickets to tour the grounds. Real Madrid FC are one of the most famous teams worldwide and have a large following. The residential area of El Viso is a neighbourhood of single family homes, very well-connected to central Madrid. Hotel Mirador de Chamartin is located in the north of the area, a 4-star hotel with a private pool. The National Music Auditorium hosts regular classical concerts and there is also the National Museum of Natural Sciences. This museum is enjoyable for perfect for a day out with the family. Madrid Airport to Chamartin station is a short train ride away, which takes around 20 minutes.
Retiro
The Retiro district forms part of the historic hub of Madrid, with Retiro park at its centre. Iconic buildings include Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Royal Academy of Spanish. Inside the park is a lake, fountains and historical monuments. You can make use of the Retiro park boat rental, to enjoy the sunshine on the lake with friends or family. The Palacio de Cristal is a glasshouse that displays modern art, as well as the Palacio de Velázquez. There are two famous gateways to enter the park: Puerta de Alcalá and Puerta de España. Living in this district is a delight, giving you both the buzz of the city and residential greenery. Upmarket 5-star hotels including the Ritz and Hotel Palacio del Retiro are found here. Sotheby's has a collection of luxury apartments and penthouses with the best views in Madrid.
Centro
The Centro district of Madrid is the oldest and most historic in the city. Its origins date back to the 9th century AD when it was used as a fortress. Much later, it became the capital of Spain under Austrian monarchs, which explains the architecture of the city. You can either get a taxi from Madrid Airport to the city centre, or use the public bus and train services. Centro is full of tourist landmarks. The Palacio Real de Madrid is a beautiful piece of architecture with landscape gardens. Next to this is the Catedral de Almudena, with colourful interior chapels. There are a number of historical basilicas, churches and museums, as well as the famous Teatro Español. To relax, tourists head to Plaza Mayor to sit with a beer in the terraces, full of bars and restaurants. A short walk away is Chocolatería San Ginés, which is the oldest and most famous place in Madrid for churros. These are must visits when in Madrid! Visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of the city from Círculo de Bellas Artes and shop their heart out on Calle Gran Vía. Centro is the trendiest place to live, in areas such as Justicia, Cortes, Chueca, Sol and the Royal Palace. Hotels in Madrid city centre have high prices, therefore visitors often choose to rent apartments. We have a luxury selection of properties for rent and sale in the best areas of Madrid.
Tetuan
Tetuán forms part of the Central Business District, which borders with Chamartín, Chamberí and Moncloa-Aravaca. It is home to important commercial areas and high-quality residential buildings. The financial district of AZCA is home to the HQ of Google Madrid. Important architecture includes the Puerta de Europa and Torre Picasso buildings. Tetuan is a very wealthy area, full of shops, restaurants and hotels. Mélia Castilla and Hotel Exe Madrid are popular choices for tourists, as well as the NYX Hotel. They offer 4-star accommodation with private pools and views of the city. Some landmarks include poetic plazas and the Aqueduct of Amaniel. There are a number of metro stations in the area, so it is an easy train ride from Tetuán to Madrid city centre.
Moncloa-Aravaca
Moncloa-Aravaca is one of the largest and greenest districts in the city. Palacio de la Moncloa, the official residence of the Spanish Prime Minister, is located here. Outside of the city centre is the landmark of Plaza de España, with a large fountain and monument. Next to this is the Temple of Debod. This is an Egyptian temple and museum that is great for sunset views. To the west is Casa de Campo, a large city park that used to be royal hunting grounds. Inside the park is Madrid's Zoo and Aquarium, along with the Parque de Atracciones, an amusement park. This is a perfect day out if you are travelling with children or families. To the north lies Universidad Complutense de Madrid, which is one of the best universities in Spain. This institution offers a lot of exchange programs, with students from all across the world. There are a variety of studio apartments and penthouses in this area for students. In the northwest is Aravaca, perhaps the most historic part of the district with a beautiful central square. There are other residential areas located here for tourists. Finally, Puerta de Hierro is located in the most northern part. This area contains an exclusive golf club, Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro. Other things to see are the Zarzuela Hippodrome and the Dehesa de la Villa forest. This district is a perfect setting for families looking for peace within the large city of Madrid.

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