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Where to Rent an Apartment with Parking in Madrid

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Written by Daniella

It can be complicated to find a place to park your car in Madrid, especially when you have to use your car on a daily basis.

In order to save yourself the headache of trying to find parking each and every day, you might want to check your list of priorities, and search for an apartment with parking options.

The team of ShMadrid is well aware of parking problems in the city, and that is why today we are focusing on areas in Madrid, where it should be easier to find an apartment with parking. So pay attention!

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Finding apartments with parking in the capital

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Many people look for an area that has services, shopping options and leisure opportunities, when they move to the capital. And mostly young people prefer this kind of neighbourhood.

The areas that meet these requirements most of the time, are usually the neighbourhoods near the centre of the city. There are several interesting neighbourhoods in the centre of Madrid, and people who like to explore the city’s cultural activities, like museums, theatres, libraries and art galleries, often say these are the best areas to live in. If you like partying and going out on weekends, the centre offers many places of great diversity.

There are a few neighbourhoods with a lot of cultural, gastronomic, leisure and entertainment options, like La Latina, Malasaña and Chueca.

These neighbourhoods have many shops, boutiques and discos, that attract a large number of visitors to the city.

Unfortunately, these are also the neighbourhoods where you will only find a limited number of apartment buildings with parking possibilities in the same building, as these are mostly older buildings in narrow streets. Most of the times it concerns pedestrian areas as well.

Despite the limited number of apartments with private parking, it must be said that the parking that is available in the area is reserved for its residents (Zona Verde), and many of the underground car parks are also only accessible for people that live in the area.

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A district that is still close to the city centre where you will have more luck of finding an apartment with parking (in the same building), is the Tetuán district.

This district is characterized by its socioeconomic heterogeneity and the variety of its buildings. On the south side of the district, you will find the Cuatro Caminos roundabout.

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There are many types of buildings in Madrid, from skyscrapers in the city’s financial centre, to very small and old houses. The most popular neighbourhoods to live in are Cuatro Caminos and Bellas Vistas.

The newest district in Madrid, where you will be able to find an apartment with parking, is the neighbourhood of Villa de Vallecas. This neighbourhood is still growing, and it stands out for its easy access to the city centre by commuter train.

There is no question that this is one of the most modern areas in the city, with its wide avenues and many parks, services and facilities. Altogether, that is what makes this part of the city a really comfortable place to live in.

Another option is one of the newer areas in the district of Hortaleza, like Sanchinarro. This area is located northeast of the city, and the first thing that comes to mind when characterising it, is: peacefulness.

It is a nice and quiet, predominantly residential neighbourhood, and there are some new buildings with communal parking.

Besides being able to park your car, you are also close to the airport, and the neighbourhood is well connected with the rest of the city. You can enjoy wide streets for taking a stroll, and there are a few parks with children’s playgrounds.

What other neighbourhood with apartments with parking in Madrid can you recommend?

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Daniella loves to write and translate. Her bucket list is filled with beautiful places she still needs to visit.

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