Flat 80m² 2 bedrooms - Madrid
You will enjoy yout stay at this large and full of light apartment close to the most popular open air market, El Rastro de Madrid. Large and full of light flat, about 80m2 with two bedrooms and with all the "mod-cons", perfect to enjoy your stay in Madrid.
Living-Dining room with bay window, decorated with nice and relaxing colours, it´s got a "bed-sofa" for two people, it´s also got cable channels in several languages (MTV, CNN, TDT= Digital TV), internet (Wifi), DVD; Hi-fi system. You also have a large and nice wooden round table for six people.
Main Bedroom with a double bed, full equipped "in suite" bathroom (toilette, basin, shower), dressing-room with two built-in wardrobes.
Second bedroom, with two single beds, two built-in wardrobes. This bedroom is opposite the second bathroom. Both bedrooms are decorated in a "cute" way and are full of light.
Large Kitchen. It consists of a small breakfast table as well as all the electrical appliances, that´s to say: fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, electric cooker, oven, toaster, kettle, microwave, juicer, and it also has got all the necessary kitchen equipment: cutlery, crockery, pans, bowls, table cloth, napkins, etc. This is the most popular open air market in Madrid and one of the oldest, as its origins date from the 15th century. Located in the area around the Ribera de Curtidores street, it is an event not to be missed on Sunday mornings and public holidays, when over 1,000 stallholders and street sellers tempt visitors with a multitude of wares: trinkets, second-hand and reduced-price clothing, antiques, arts and crafts, books and discs… The market has a unique atmosphere and is a magnet for both tourists and locals who make the most of their visit by combining a little shopping followed by the customary drink and tapas.
The market spreads over a broad area delimited by the streets of Toledo, Embajadores and Ronda de Toledo, in what is known as the Rastro quarter. One of the most habitual routes for visitors is to walk from the square at the top (the popular Plaza de Cascorro) down to the square at the bottom (Puerta de Toledo market).