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Thanks to Moving2Madrid,  within 5 days of arriving we had everything set up. Definitely worth the money! They also have continued to provide advice and support since then.

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Madrid Property & Lifestyle Advice

  • The Best Neighborhoods in Madrid in 3 words & more

    Can’t find the right information to choose the best Madrid neighborhood for you ? This list, along with our interactive map, will give you an overview of the personality of all the best neighborhoods in Madrid in 3 words for each neighborhood. Click on the links on the name of the neighborhoods to get more […]

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  • The Cost of Living in Madrid – Rental Prices for Apartments Expats Like

    One of the first relocation question we get from people moving to Madrid is: “How much renting an appartment with 1/2/3/4 bedroom(s) cost ?” For apartments expats like in neighborhoods they feel comfortable living in, the rental prices are usually the following: Room in Shared Flat: 400 – 550 € per month Studio, 30 to […]

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  • A public bilingual primary school in Madrid center

    The Best Family-Friendly Neighborhoods in Madrid

    You have decided to move to Madrid. Now, what is the best neighborhood choice for you if you have kids ? As always, choosing in which neighborhood to live in Madrid depends on your lifestyle and needs. And having kids, at least suggests a few lifestyle orientations. I will then underline the key criteria to […]

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  • The 2 Ways to Find the Best Rentals in Madrid

      For foreigners planning on moving to Madrid, finding the apartment, flat or room to rent is the #1 objective. I will focus here on the process of finding a flat and what are your options, so you can yourself decide on the best option in your case. To sum up, there are 2 ways […]

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  • The typical private "colegio" with uniforms and small sized-classes

    How to Choose the Best Private School for Expat Kids in Madrid

    Finding the right school for your children is essential to your kids wellbeing in Madrid. Growing up in a foreign country is a unique opportunity to learn a new language and a new culture. Luckily, Madrid has many options to enable your children to learn and progress in a new environment. The main strength of […]

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  • How to Choose the Best Madrid Neighbourhood for You in 3 steps

    Choosing your Madrid neighbourhood is your most important decision, after the one to move to Madrid. It determines your lifestyle, the space you can afford, the access you will have to your office, to entertainment and green areas. However, it’s the single most overlooked phase of the relocation. Follow these 3 steps and make sure […]

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  • I am interested in buying a property in Madrid. Now what ?

    You would love to live in Madrid. In fact, you are even considering buying a property in Madrid. Do you feel overwhelmed with all the information available, and do not know where to start ? Then I will give you now the 3 essential steps to start with: Prepare your finances, design your lifestyle Do […]

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  • The Madrid Way of Life

    You Have the Madrid Dream. Now You Need a Plan.

      You too, you have the dream of moving to Madrid and living there ? Great. This is very personal and this motivation will allow you to overcome any kind of obstacle. “And now what do I do?” might you say. Well, you need something slightly less romantic: a plan. My plan has 5 parts […]

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  • Madrid’s Best Schools: Best Alternative Curricula

    The diversity of needs that Spanish and international children in Madrid represent have resulted in an evolving education system that increasingly embraces alternative curricula and new ways to foster students’ development. Alternative curricula may defined by a wide range of traits specific to each school, but most self-declared alternative schools have several things in common: […]

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  • Madrid’s Best Schools: Top 3 for your Child’s Integration into Spanish Culture

    Families that plan to stay in Madrid for a relatively short time most frequently benefit from an internationally accredited education for their children.  Families that plan a long-term residence in Madrid, however, may want to consider that their children’s well-being largely depends on their ability to integrate themselves among their Spanish peers.  For your children, […]

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  • Madrid’s Best Schools: The Top 3 by Academics

    An essential component of making Madrid home for your family is finding the best school for your children.  A diverse population of ex-pat families arriving in the city brings a diverse set of needs that the right school needs to meet in order for your children to succeed. Madrid is no stranger to the families […]

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  • Madrid’s Best Schools: Top Schools by Location

    Time and time again, Moving2Madrid has stressed the importance of location when searching for the best school for your child.  Whether your child is attending nursery school and may require all-day care–or adapts to a rigorous preparatory curriculum–a well-located school can make a massive difference in the life of your household. If your family relies […]

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  • Madrid’s Top School’s: Three Prestigious Institutions

    Moving2Madrid has done extensive research to help families through the process of registering their children for school.  Madrid being an international hub, with endless educational options available to newly arrived Madrid residents, how does one distinguish the best from the rest? Families who prioritize a top-tier education need not compromise, as our work is to […]

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  • Opera / Madrid de los Austrias cultural neighborhood

    Madrid’s opera, right in the center of the Madrid de los Austrias neighborhood. This is how I described in a few words the Opera / Madrid de los Austrias neighborhood on my post on how to choose the neighbourhood made for you: -Historic -Authentic -Cultural. This neighborhood is one of the oldest of Madrid, and corresponds to the […]

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  • Moncloa, a very nice neighborhood of Madrid

    Moncloa/Arguelles neighborhood

      You are dreaming of a neighborhood quiet, but very close to the center ? Moncloa/arguelles neighborhood could please you !!     First of all, have a look to the interactive map to see where Moncloa/Arguelles is located ! I also invite you to read the post “Best neighborhoods” which can help you to […]

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  • Choosing a Nursery School: 3 Considerations for Ages 3 and Below

    When it comes to defining the “right” or “best” school for their children, parents consider multiple factors–from academics to location to prestige.  When it comes to nurseries, a somewhat different set of priorities comes to mind–particularly in a big city like Madrid.   Being a hub of professional, cultural, and touristic activity makes Madrid an exciting […]

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  • Best in House Maid Services

    Spend a nice afternoon in the Retiro Park instead of cleaning your house all day long. As an expatriate who has just arrived in Madrid or will move here soon, you surely want to enjoy your new life here, get lost in the neighborhoods of your new city, spend time with your kids or simply […]

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  • Education: Religious & Secular Considerations for your Family

    Separation of Church and State is at a crossroads in Spain.  Although the Spanish Constitution technically states that religion cannot figure into state functions and that the state respects the practise of all religions, Spain remains overwhelmingly Catholic–and this has some surprising implications for your children’s education. We have published several articles about how ex-pat […]

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  • Choosing a School: Location, Location, Location

    Per our last article about education, parents new to Madrid need to consider which type of curriculum will best allow their children to adapt first to Spanish, and then to English. A strong command of Spanish is indispensable (imprescindible to the Spanish) to your child’s ability to keep up in school. Yet much of their […]

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  • Choosing the Right School: What Language Should your Child Receive their Education In?

    Most parents consider factors such as academics and location when choosing the right school for their children. Ex-pat families, however, need to consider the language in which their child will receive their education. A strong command of Spanish is the quickest way for children to integrate and make fast friends with their classmates in Madrid. […]

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  • Why choose Madrid (over Barcelona or over any other city) ?

    Why Madrid? Every guiri (“foreigner” in colloquial Spanish) in Madrid has his own reasons, but I hope my “why I love Madrid” post will give you some keys to understand if Madrid is the city for you. Wherever you are, already in Madrid, or just thinking about moving here, I hope this post will make […]

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  • How to Enroll your Children in Public School During Summer

    Last week, we published an article that simplified the school registration process into eight simple steps (link here). As we push into the second half of June, many people are planning for summer holidays–except, of course, families relocating to Madrid at this time. With many public administrations in Spain closing for July and August, this […]

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  • Moraleja – One of the World´s Best Place to Live in Madrid

    La Moraleja was ranked “The world´s best residential area” by the Robb Report´s American publication in 2000 and for good reason! This neighborhood offers everything an affluent family needs to feel at home and make their new life in Spain. La Moraleja has three sub-neighborhoods – El Soto, La Moraleja, & El Encinar de los […]

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  • Pozuelo, the Madrid Suburb to Consider First

    Looking for a nice suburb where you have everything at hand, high standard of living, but still quick and easy access to Madrid ? You have to consider Pozuelo de Alarcon then, also known as just “Pozuelo”.   Pozuelo does not even need Madrid If you live in Pozuelo, you do not need to go […]

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  • How to Enrol your Children in Madrid Public Schools

    One of the primary challenges faced by families relocating to Madrid is public school registration, a process that involves navigating heavy red tape and multiple deadlines. Most publicly accessible information and instructions are only available on text-heavy government websites published exclusively in Spanish, making the process intimidating.  Our step-by-step outline takes you through the matriculation […]

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