This is a lovely 2-bedroom apartment for rent near Madrid's ever-popular Retiro park. The apartment has a large living room with a TV, large sofa, 2 armchairs, a small coffee table and a dining table, with external views of Madrid. There is also an assortment of storage space available. Moving onto the kitchen, it is a bright and long room with an oven, dishwasher, electric stove, lots of storage space, and also a small extension that has a laundry room with a washing machine. The shared bathroom has a glass shower cubicle, sink and toilet. Bedroom 1 is a double room with a built-in wardrobe, and Bedroom 2 has twin single beds - however, it has the added benefit of its own private en-suite bathroom, complete with a shower over bath, toilet and sink.
The main benefit of living near Retiro is access to the Madrid's Metro line 1, the &'main&' line that runs north to south. Plus, you get to go to the beautiful Retiro park whenever you get the chance!
* Great interiors will make you feel right at home.
* 2 bathrooms - because morning races and queues suck.
* Close to Retiro - it's one of the highlights of weekends in Madrid
* Access to Metro Line 1 - it runs through the centre of the city, and you get pretty much anywhere using it. That's why it's Line 1!
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 70m²
* Maximum occupancy: 4 people
* Floor: 1st
* Elevator: yes
* Number of bathrooms: 2 (with 1 en-suite)
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Utilities limit: €200 per month (tenant to pay excess)
* Additional expenses: €20 check-in fee between 19:00-23:30
* Parking: available for €100 per month
* Bed linen and towels: yes, included in price of rent
* Puente de Vallecas Metro is about a 5-minute walk from the property, serving Madrid's very useful Line 1.
* In the other direction, Conde de Casal Metro is about an 8-minute walk away, serving Madrid's Circular Line 6
Your quiet and green seclude
Artwork and rose gardens.
Crystal palaces and parks.
Living in Retiro, you have all these things and more at your fingertips.
It’s home to the titanic Retiro Park. Locals call it the “green lung of Madrid.” It’s very designed, very elegant, and more than a little romantic. A Spanish Juliet and her Romeo have no doubt stolen a kiss on the shady path between the fir trees and lake.
It’s also the best place you can go to relax, eat a picnic, stretch out on the grass and take your Saturday-afternoon *siesta.*
Retiro is central, but without the rush of normal Madrid life. So if you seek a quiet and beauty, come to Retiro.
**What can I do here?**
Shop till seven at the local boutiques.
Admire Velazquez and Goya paintings in the Prado Museum. The last 2 hours of each day, you get in free.
By now your feet will be sore, so meet your friends for dinner and drinks. Cibeles Palace is a good choice. The 6th floor is a rooftop terrace.
If it’s a full stomach you’re after, consider Alfredo's Barbacoa: barbecued steaks, chili con carne and juicy 250?g burgers. The meat is from bull calves fattened for 48 months. Delicious.
On Sunday you belong in Parque del Buen Retiro. It’s a genteel 350-acre park, one of Europe’s best. You’ll find squirrels, migratory birds and 15,000 shady trees. One of them, a 400-year-old cypress, is the oldest in Madrid.
Monuments and sculptures surround you:
* the Fountain of the Fallen Angel
* Hercules and the Nemean lion
* the 58-metre-high monument to King Alfonso XII
You can also row an iconic blue boat across the green waters of the park lake. Say hi to the ducks and terrapins for us.
There’s a lot here.
In Retiro Park, you can see the famous Fountain of the Fallen Angel, one of the only depictions of Satan worldwide. Avant-garde.
**Can I afford it?**
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