Student accommodation downtown Madrid
Studying abroad could be one of the greatest and most memorable experiences of your life; you get to know a different culture, meet interesting people and, of course, add a completely different approach to your education. The Erasmus Program provides students from Europe with the opportunity to take a semester or academic year in one of over 30 European countries within the program without the need to pay extra tuition fees to the university that they visit. Worldwide students may also apply for the Erasmus Mundus Program.
Since Spain is one of the most popular choices that students make, we are going to show you a few options for student accommodation in Madrid. These flats are all very conveniently located next to Plaza Mayor downtown in Madrid, surrounded with plenty of locations where to shop, buy groceries and to spend leisure time, and also next to a couple metro stations. Each of these apartments for rent in Madrid feature different rooms at different rates that will suit every budget.
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Plaza Mayor is also a historic place in Madrid, featuring old buildings and landmarks like la Casa de la Panadería and the statue of Felipe III. Every Sunday morning the markets of Philately and Numismatic take place here, and during December it features the traditional Christmas market.
Flat sharing is probably the best choice you can make when looking where to stay in Madrid during your Erasmus. You’ll be sharing a flat with 6 or 7 more flat mates, which could also be on their Erasmus or staying in Madrid for other purposes. Either way, flat sharing is a great chance to live with new people who can become your friends for life, and these are great options for flatshare in Madrid.
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This flatshare building in Madrid features 3 flats that go from 160 to 185 square meters and they each have their own fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms, heating and wi-fi connection and weekly cleaning of the common areas for no extra fees. They feature from 7 to 8 rooms of variable sizes and fees, adapting to every possible budget and needs. Every one of them includes a bed, closet and a desk. Some of them also have a balcony with a pleasant view of downtown Madrid and Colegiata of San Isidro, a bigger closet or a bigger bed.
This is another flat where you can accommodate during your Erasmus experience.
Studying abroad doesn’t have to be just a learning experience, it can also be very fun, and the flatshare community you’ll find if you rent a room in Madrid are likely in it for the fun just as much as you. Parties and get-togethers are often held among the residents of the flats, but you can always count on your personal room for some much wanted privacy. It’s also close to some famous bars in La Latina and Plaza Mayor, if you and your flatmates prefer to go out.
So, if you decide to flatshare in Madrid, why not do so in a bohemian and genuine area? Downtown Madrid has everything to make your Erasmus an experience you’ll never forget.