Enjoying its colorful and elegant palaces, its leisure areas, its cultural proposals and its culinary offerings are more than enough reasons to rent an apartment in one of the most stately neighborhoods of Madrid.

Formed by six neighborhoods: Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Ríos Rosas and Villahermoso, Chamberí is one of the most traditional neighborhoods and with more personality of the capital. Where you can enjoy the good things of a neighborhood with the most vibrant and cosmopolitan places in Madrid. 

Why choose Chamberí?

- Its palatial and modernist architecture: The architectural style of Chamberí is unique in all of Madrid, as its stately buildings with huge floors and soaring ceilings, are joined by a large number of modernist and neo-Mudejar style buildings. In addition, it is a rare street that does not contain at least one building in Art Deco style.

- Its cultural proposals: A must-see is the Sorolla Museum, declared a National Monument, and the old Chamberí subway station, closed in 1966 and, after years of neglect, converted into a museum. The Teatros del Canal or the Teatro de La Abadía are also very popular in this area.

- Its green areas: Although this district hardly has any green areas, the Parque de Santander, the great lung of the area, deserves special attention. It is home to a sports complex (artificial grass soccer fields, paddle tennis courts and a 1,200-meter ring of tartan for continuous running) and several landscaped areas and children's playgrounds.

- Its varied hospitality offer: You cannot miss a visit to the well-known and restored Ponzano street or the lively Plaza de Olavide. Where the classic tapas places are interspersed with luxurious restaurants of new creation.

This area has become one of the most popular places to go out for tapas in Madrid.

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