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Living in Madrid

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Living and bustling metropolis, Madrid, the Spanish capital city, is the dream destination of thousands of expatriates worldwide. Being the country's economic, cultural and political hub, it provides many opportunities to expatriates.

With its modern infrastructure along historical sites and neighborhoods, Madrid offers an incomparable quality of life to expatriates. It is also world famous for its football clubs.

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Rent prices are quite high in Barcelona, just like in Madrid. There are different forms of accommodation available in a variety of neighbourhoods.

Rent prices in Madrid can be quite high. But the Spanish capital city has rather attractive neighborhoods and accommodation offers.

Sevilla's economy was badly affected by the 2008 economic crisis and many people remain unemployed. However it is possible for expats to find work

Although Malaga was affected by the 2008 economic crisis, expats can still find a job. However, there is a high level of unemployment.

Tourists and expatriates wishing to travel to Spain are advised to inquire on authorised and banned products beforehand. Some may be imported duty fre

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The Blegger

2 years ago

A guide to the best bars & pubs in Madrid, Spain, basically a beer blog. Madrid.

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Sincerely, Lynnette ... Heading East

2 years ago

Texan Girl moves to Madrid. Writes about her experiences as an expat, travelling Europe, and other tales.

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2 years ago

hola, this blog will chart my experiences of living in Madrid, hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy living it:)

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Academia Pegaso
Calle Pegaso 52, Madrid

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Maison de Paris S.L
Calle Castelló 20, Madrid

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