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In my previous article, we examined the benefits of living in the Spanish capital, Madrid. In this article I will tell you more about the most comfortable areas for living in the Spanish capital. So, the most favorable areas of the Spanish capital are:
Where is better to live and buy property in Madrid?
El Barrio de Salamanca (Salamanca District)
It has always been the best place to stay in Madrid, as it is one of the most exclusive areas of the capital in terms of acquiring housing. In 2019, Salamanca is once again positioning itself as the most expensive area in Madrid, with an average price per square meter of € 4,929, according to an official housing assessment (TINSA).
This is certainly one of the safest areas of Madrid. And, despite the fact that he is sleeping, the proximity to the city center allows its residents to combine living in it with trade and business. Continue reading
The cost of a house, villa or apartment in Spain largely depends on its location. The same factor determines the possibility of making a profit from renting, the ability to lead a comfortable lifestyle, and many other important points. The territory of Spain is divided into 17 regions, of which only 5 are the most popular. The reasons for its popularity are climatic factors and favorable conditions for living and doing business.
This region is the northernmost territory of the Mediterranean coast. Foreigners willingly buy property in its capital, Barcelona, at the popular resorts of Costa Bravo and Costa Dorada. At the same time, the general atmosphere in Costa Bravo is somewhat calmer, but the more southern Costa Dorada is full of noise, life and tourists most of the time.
In Catalonia, the change of seasons is clearly noticeable, winter is cold and dank here, but the rest of the year the nature is simply fabulous. Even the rural hinterland in this part of the country looks like an advertising illustration – olive groves, vineyards, lush gardens and groves look like works of art. Continue reading
Montenegro is a small mountainous country of the Balkan Peninsula with a population of just over 620 thousand people, the western border of which is washed by the Adriatic Sea. At one time, it was part of Soviet Yugoslavia, and now it is a candidate for membership in the European Union and, relatively recently (since 2017), it has been a part of NATO. Real estate in Montenegro is a popular investment destination for Russian residents: customers are attracted by the climate, prices and proximity to the largest European countries.
Best areas to live
The choice of location depends on the objectives of real estate acquisition: periodic beach vacations, purchase for further moving to permanent residence and for doing business, search for a “place in the sun” in advanced years. The capital Podgorica is located in the flat part of the country a few tens of kilometers from the sea, but the main and largest cities are located along the coast. From north to south, the coastal part of the country is occupied by the municipalities of five cities: Continue reading