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Why rent an apartment in the neighbourhood of Colina, Madrid?

Renting an apartment in Colina is, without any doubt, an excellent idea for families who prefer a quiet area, a place where they will enjoy seeing their children grow up.

The neighbourhood of Colina, which is located in the district of Ciudad Lineal in the northeast of Madrid, borders Calle de Emeterio Castaños, Calle de Arturo Soria and Nudo de Costa Rica in the northwest; Calle de Mesena and Calle de Asura in the northeast; Calle de Ulises, Calle de Jose Silva and Avenida de Ramon y Cajal in the southeast; and Avenida de la Paz in the west.

There are many important streets in this neighbourhood, for example the bustling Calle de Arturo Soria and the extensive Calle de López de Hoyos.

Due to the neighbourhood’s location next to motorway M-30, it can be easily accessed by private vehicle. There is, however, also a good bus and metro system, with the stops of Avenida de la Paz and Arturo Soria.

If you want to rent an apartment in the district of Ciudad Lineal, and you are looking to rent in a neighbourhood full of services and shopping zones, then Colina could be an excellent choice.

Discover the neighbourhood of Colina with ShMadrid

Colina is one of the quietest neighbourhoods in the city of Madrid, and you can find it in the capital’s northeast.

One of the aspects Colina’s residents value most is its peacefulness. You can really feel it in every corner, making it an ideal location to buy or rent your next home.

What to see in the neighbourhood of Colina in Madrid

Some of Colina’s characteristics worth mentioning are its church buildings, like the Church of Santa María de Cervelló on Calle de Belisana 2, which is a Catholic Church where masses are actually being sung in Latin.

Also interesting is the African Museum Mundo Negro. You can see relics of this great continent’s culture, and the Comboni Missionaries have brought us these unique items under the title "África nos abre sus puertas" (or Africa opens its doors to us), to let us experience this totally different world. Admission is free and visits are guided.

Other places to stay in the district of Ciudad Lineal are:

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