Why rent an apartment in the district of Salamanca in Madrid?
It is said that the district of Salamanca is one of the most expensive areas in Spain. With its many excellent boutiques, shops and culinary restaurants, the district of Salamanca is the area where Madrid's upper class prefers to reside. If you decide to rent an apartment in the district of Salamanca, you will enjoy the spacious and stately flats with high quality design and finishes.
The district of Salamanca borders the district of Retiro, and it is also quite close to the capital’s centre. You will find some of Madrid’s – and sometimes Spain’s – most exclusive restaurants and fashion boutiques in the neighbourhood of Salamanca.
As you can imagine, the district of Salamanca is one of the most expensive districts in Madrid, but you will also find the highest rental prices in Spain in this district. If you wish to rent an apartment in Madrid, and you are looking for an exclusive area with lots of high quality services, then the district of Salamanca could be your best choice.
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The name of the district of Salamanca is derived from Malaga José de Salamanca y Mayol, whose noble title was Marquis of Salamanca. He started constructions in the district of Salamanca in the nineteenth century, by creating large and magnificent stately buildings with excellent quality services.
The district of Salamanca has become one of Europe’s main areas for people with greater purchasing power. The main avenues in the district are (from west to east): Serrano, Velázquez, Príncipe de Vergara, Conde de Peñalver and Francisco Silvela. And from north to south they are: María de Molina, Diego de León, Ortega y Gasset, Goya and O'Donnell.
You can rent an apartment in Recoletos, just north of Paseo de la Castellana, and this part of Salamanca is very centrally located with lots of first class shops.
You can also rent an apartment in Goya for you and your family, east of Recoleto. This neighbourhood is diagonally crossed by Calle de Alcalá, and it is located between Retiro Park and Plaza de Manuel Brecera.
This part of Madrid is one of the most luxurious zones in the Spanish capital because of its chic apartments, the many good quality shops and excellent gastronomic possibilities. Every neighbourhood in the district of Salamanca is absolutely perfect if you can appreciate one of the most classic and outstanding neighbourhoods in Madrid.
The uniqueness of the district of Salamanca can be experienced when renting an apartment in Fuente del Berro, an area in between the M-30 and Calle Dr. Esquerdo. On the eastern side in this neighbourhood you will find Quinta de la Fuente del Berro, a lovely park.
You can rent an apartment in La Guindalera for you and your family, which is north of Fuente del Berro, and this area is more residential and bordered on the east by the M-30.
Another excellent option when moving to Madrid, is a small neighbourhood in the exclusive district of Salamanca called Lista. You can rent an apartment in Lista, a neighbourhood in between Calle de Francisco Silvela and Calle del Príncipe de Vergara.
Another idea is to rent an apartment in Castellana, a neighbourhood that fits those who wish to spend a little more on quality of life and excellent services perfectly.
What to see in the district of Salamanca?
You can see Madrid’s symbol in the district of Salamanca, the famous Puerta de Alcalá. You can also hear about it in a song by Ana Belén and Víctor Manuel.
Other attractions in the district of Salamanca are Plaza de Colón, the Church of San Manuel and San Benito, Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas (a famous bullring), the mysterious Palacio de Linares and the famous shopping street called Calle de Serrano. This street has more luxury shops than any other street in Spain.
If you're prefer living in a chic and distinguished district, where you can do some high-quality and luxurious shopping, then the district of Salamanca will, without any doubt, be perfect for you.