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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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The Best UK TV in Madrid

Just because you’ve made the move to Madrid, doesn’t mean you’ve got to sacrifice your soaps for telenovelas! Although we all enjoy our evenings sitting on a terazza, sipping a tinto de verano,  it’s still nice to catch up on what’s going on in the East End and Weatherfield. If you don’t want to miss out […]

Posted on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 by in Solutions to Homesickness

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Looking for a cleaner in Madrid?

Now that you’ve made the move to Madrid, it’s time to for you dedicate your time to what’s important to you. Whether you’re busy working, studying, spending time with your family, or just enjoying all that this wonderful city has to offer, you don’t need to spend your time cleaning. (Even if your mother’s coming […]

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2015 by in Uncategorized

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How to find a job in Madrid…

So you’ve decided to make the big move to Madrid, and now you need a job. The good thing is, there are a lot of resources available to job-seekers. The bad news is deciding which ones are right for you. First things first, I’d recommend taking a look at our article which has loads of […]

Posted on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 by in Your money

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So you’re thinking about moving to Madrid…?

So you’re thinking about the big mudanza to Madrid. Well, why not? It’s a beautiful city with amazing opportunities, and a way of life that other cities just don’t compare to. However, before you start packing that maleta, there are a few things to think about. It’s a really big decision to make, so rather […]

Posted on Friday, June 19th, 2015 by in New ? Start Here

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Where to live in Madrid. Neighbourhood: Moncloa

Welcome to the University District of Madrid! If you’re a student in the city, Moncloa / Argüelles has everything you could possibly need, just a short walk or metro ride away from the city centre. If you want to see exactly where it’s located in relation to the other barrios, check out our interactive map. […]

Posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 by in Where to live ?

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The Top 5 Gay Neighborhoods in Madrid

When I first moved to Madrid two years ago, I knew from a previous trip that I was in love with the city and it was one of the most open places I’d ever been. Deciding which neighborhood to live in was a challenge as I really only knew Chueca – Madrid’s quintessential gay neighborhood. […]

Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by in Where to live ?

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