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Madrid is a city with many different faces. It’s an art lovers dream with its huge collection of impressive art spanning numerous museums and galleries. It’s also a foodie heaven, boasting an exciting selection of nouveau Spanish restaurants and fusion cuisine. And then there’s the nightlife. Madrid is well known for its after-dark antics, and is home to several super clubs and whole streets filled with bars. But it’s the atmosphere that makes Madrid so appealing, with its lively buzz and energy that pulses around every inch of it. Whichever side of the city you’re looking to explore, check into one of our affordable apartments in Madrid to ensure you have the best trip possible. For a variety of accommodation options, have a browse through our cheap studios and intimate, boutique flats dotted throughout the city – there’s something for everyone.
We have numerous budget holiday rentals and affordable apartments in Madrid that are located in and around Madrid’s major attractions.
Yes, Madrid is well-known for its Flamenco performances, but the city is also a hot-bed of other genres and styles of music. Throughout the winding streets, you’ll find numerous hidden bars tucked away underground, providing small intimate spaces to enjoy new music and a few drinks. Jazz is particularly popular, and you can always find great bands at Café Central and Populart, and the independent music scene is strong in venues such as Sala Sol and Sirocco. The big super clubs like Pacha and Kapital regularly showcase up-and-coming Spanish DJs, too, and are always worth a visit if you fancy dancing the night away. Many of our Madrid apartments can be found in these areas, so take your pick for the perfect place to stay.
Nights out in Madrid usually start at around 8pm, when friends gather to share a few glasses of wine, beer, and some tapas. Head to the Cava Baja area or any of the narrow streets in La Latina which are full of intimate bars. At 10pm it’s time for dinner and to move onto drinks that are a little stronger – order some classic cocktails to get you going. If you’re thinking of going clubbing, don’t bother leaving the bar until at least 1.30am which is when most clubs start to fill up. Luckily, they’re open until 6am, so you have plenty of time to soak up the hedonistic night life in Madrid.
Finding Madrid accommodation to suit your style of travel is a piece of cake. There are so many options to choose from regardless of budget or interests. The historic backdrop offers the perfect canvas for age-old hotels that have delivered top-notch Spanish service for many years, whilst the up-and-coming design scene in the city has led to numerous boutique hotels popping up in recent years. In addition, there are a whole host of unique apartments dotted around, which give visitors ample time to explore the city and its cultural, foodie, and nightlife scenes.
Madrid’s main airport is Barajas Airport and it is located 12km from the city centre. There are numerous transport options for getting into town, including the efficient and cheap metro system that services the whole city. There are also a number of buses that run directly from the airport to the city centre and a reliable network of train services that do the same. It’s also fairly cheap to grab a taxi from outside the terminals as the airport is so close to the centre.
Getting around Madrid is really easy, too, thanks to the extensive metro system that connects all the major attractions and more, and the range of buses that offer an over-ground way of seeing the city whilst getting from one place to the next.