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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 […]

Posted on Friday, May 2nd, 2014 by in Buying a Property, New ? Start Here

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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 […]

Posted on Thursday, March 13th, 2014 by in Cost of Living, Flathunting, New ? Start Here

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Is Madrid really safe?

  Madrid was recently elected the second safest capital of Europe, after Vienna.   Thousands of policemen stroll the city in touristy and non touristy areas. It’s hard to walk around Madrid and not cross a Police Patrol car like the one above, at any time of the day. Another main aspect of the safety […]

Posted on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by in Uncategorized

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Cost of Refurbishment in Madrid

      Refurbishing any property will always pay you back a bit more more than whatever you spent in it. May it be money, time or stress, or ever your own energy and sweat, it will be worth it. Value the time and energy you put in it too however. A ready to go […]

Posted on Monday, January 12th, 2015 by in Buying a Property, Flathunting, Madrid for Families, New ? Start Here, Red Tape !, Your International Move, Your money

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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: […]

Posted on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 by in Madrid for Families

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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, […]

Posted on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 by in Uncategorized

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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 […]

Posted on Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by in Madrid for Families

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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 […]

Posted on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 by in Madrid for Families

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