In this post we would like to show you the characteristics of some of the neighbourhoods in Madrid where Barbieri Real Estate has different types of properties to live in.
We will talk about Aravaca, Chamberí and last but not least Barrio Salamanca.
Aravaca is a neighbourhood in the city of Madrid, located in the Moncloa-Aravaca district.
One of the main benefits of this neighbourhood is that it is not located in the city centre, so the air is pure and pollution free.
In addition to the air, Aravaca has numerous green areas and open spaces, which is why it is a perfect place for children, but also for adults, as they can socialise and play sports in its numerous parks.
The distribution of the district is divided into three areas: Valdemarín, the village and the station, and Aravaca is surrounded by the two lungs of our city, Monte del Pardo and Casa de Campo, which we talked about in another of our blogs.
Another of its clear benefits is its distance from the city centre, as it takes around 10 minutes to get to the city centre, as well as having a very good communication with roads and public transport.
Finally to talk about Aravaca we would like to highlight the numerous schools that exist to find the perfect education for your children, the great variety of restaurants, fashionable places, supermarkets… that will make your stay in this neighbourhood much easier.
Undoubtedly one of the best areas to live in Madrid and Spain. A neighbourhood with luxury, glamour, culture, tourism, green spaces such as El Retiro, restaurants, bars…
It is in this neighbourhood where a property offers a family or a student, absolutely everything they need, so in this blog, we will offer you some benefits of living in this neighbourhood of Madrid.
This neighbourhood is bounded by the Paseo de la Castellana and the Retiro Park and has a great wealth of historical and cultural charm.
It is home to museums such as the National Archaeological Museum, the National Library Museum and the Mint Museum, among others.
It has the best communication with the capital and also has a great entertainment and leisure adapted to all audiences. What do we mean by leisure adapted to all audiences?
If you like shopping, this is the perfect neighbourhood, with a wide variety of luxury brands. If you have small children or pets, or if you like jogging, you are lucky to have the Retiro neighbourhood and if you are a teenager, you have a wide variety of clubs, restaurants and bars that will make your weekends unique.
Do you need more reasons to fall in love with Salamanca?
It could be said that the Chamberí neighbourhood is the most traditional of the city, where we can highlight its modernist architecture, which we can see along the streets Gatztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Rio Rosas among others.
Like the Barrio Salamanca, it has a great cultural variety such as the Sorolla Museum, declared a National Monument, or the Geominero, which are some of the most symbolic places in this district of Madrid. We would also like to highlight: the Canal and Abadia theatres.
As for its green areas, perfect for walking or exercising, the Chamberi neighbourhood has 120,000 square metres of these spaces, as well as paddle tennis courts, a football pitch and an artificial grass pitch.
A perfect neighbourhood to go out for tapas or to eat in a luxury restaurant, thanks to the wide variety of restaurants and bars.