salamanca DISTRICT

Alcalá I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 6.500 Monthly
  • 6 Guests | 240m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3+1 Bathrooms

Ayala IV

Salamanca, Madrid
from 8.000 Monthly
  • 6 Guests | 190m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3+1 Bathrooms

Castelló I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 2.900 Monthly
  • 5 Guests | 90m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Claudio Coello II

Salamanca, Madrid
from 6.500 MONTHLY
  • 6 Guests | 135m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Claudio Coello III

Salamanca, Madrid
from 2.000 MONTHLY
  • 4 Guests | 45m2
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Conde de Aranda I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 7.800 MONTHLY
  • 6 Guests | 250m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Don Ramón de la Cruz II

Salamanca, Madrid
from 3.400 Monthly
  • 4 Guests | 105m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Francisca Moreno

Salamanca, Madrid
from 2.900 Monthly
  • 4 Guests | 82m2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Hermosilla I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 1.890 MONTHLY
  • 2 Guests | 50m2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom

Hermosilla II

Salamanca, Madrid
from 5.950 MONTHLY
  • 6 Guests | 142m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2+1 Bathrooms

Jorge Juan I

Salamanca, Madrid
Coming Soon
  • 6 Guests | Terrace I 130m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2+1 Bathrooms

Lagasca I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 1.395 MONTHLY
  • 3 Guests | 30m2
  • Studio
  • 1 Bathroom

Lagasca II

Salamanca, Madrid
from 5.500 Monthly
  • 6 Guests | 190m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2+1 Bathrooms

Nuñez de Balboa I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 3.500 MONTHLY
  • 5 Guests | 120m2
  • 2+1 Bedrooms
  • 2 1/2 Bathrooms

Nuñez de Balboa III

Salamanca, Madrid
from 6.500 MONTHLY
  • 6 Guests | 197m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Nuñez de Balboa IV

Salamanca, Madrid
from 5.700 MONTHLY
  • 6 Guests | 120m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Villanueva I

Salamanca, Madrid
from 6.000 Monthly + 10% IVA
  • 5 Guests | 230m2
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

Villanueva II

Salamanca, Madrid
from 2.950 Monthly + 10% IVA
  • 2 Guests | 95m2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1+1 Bathrooms
The Salamanca district is one of the wealthiest, most distinctive and most expensive areas to live in Madrid.
It is located to the northeast of the historical center of Madrid and borders part of the famous Retiro Park, the largest of the capital -Madrid’s Central Park- and an idyllic place to go for a stroll.

Named after its developer, the Marquess of Salamanca, the Salamanca district is the product of a large-scale urban development undertaken at the end of the XIX century. Its elegant grid system of street blocks was designed for the exclusive area of residence for members of Madrid´s aristocracy and high bourgeoisie.

The Salamanca district spreads style, elegance and a glamorous atmosphere. The most distinguished majestic facades, elegant small palaces and carefully designed buildings with distinctive architectural elements can be perceived in the neighbourhoods of Recoletos, Goya, Lista and Castellana -these being the most exclusive ones.  

Neighborhoods: Recoletos, Goya, Lista, Castellana, Guindalera and Fuente del Berro.

Discover the elegance and style of this high-end shopping district which showcases the best luxury stores of Madrid. The Salamanca district is known for its Golden Mile of fashion, where the main shopping action takes place across Ortega y Gasset street and the surrounding area. Top fashion brand boutiques and famous international brands of clothing, shoes, jewelry and watches are to be found in the famous Serrano street -Madrid´s Fifth Avenue-, Velázquez street, Claudio Coello street and Jorge Juan street.

A significant number of embassies are in the Salamanca district as well as some museums, cultural venues, great restaurants, bars, cafés and the most stylish nightlife of Madrid.

If you want to experience Michelin-starred restaurants together with many other equally fantastic innovative restaurants, this is the right spot. There are also gourmet markets and gastronomic experiences like the famous Mercado de La Paz and Platea, or the Gourmet Experience at the Corte Inglés with StreetXO, Salón Cascabel and Rocambolesc, among others. Mercado de la Paz is the best food market in Madrid where you can find high-quality products and also have lunch at informal restaurants located inside the market.

museums and cultural venues

National Archeological Museum

A true gem with excellent exhibits and explanations of Hispanic prehistory to the Modern Age.

Lázaro Galdiano Foundation

Among its treasures are Hieronymus Bosch’s St.Jerome, 
Goya’s Aquelarre (Witches’ Sabbath), and a jar from the ancient city of Tartessos).

Juan March Foundation

Which runs temporary exhibitions, mostly of contemporary art.
Carlos de Amberes Foundation
(Established in 1594. A true gem is kept inside: The Martyrdom of St. Andrew, by Rubens).
National Library of Spain and Museum.
A major public library, the largest in Spain, and one of the largest in the world.
MICHELIN-STARRED RESTAURANTS
The Salamanca district boasts six Michelin star restaurants:
La Tasquería, Álbora, A’Barra, Punto MX, Santceloni, Ramón Freixa Madrid and Kabuki Wellington.

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