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The construction of Retiro neighborhood started in the end of the 19th century, long after the construction of its main attraction, the Retiro Park, which was in the 15th century. It was supposed to be a residential and quiet area, but due to its proximity to the city centre, it’s more of a commercial, but also cultural area.
Today, Retiro aims to be declared a World Heritage Site. No surprise on that, as it’s a very authentical and welcoming neighborhood.
Retiro neighborhood is located just a few steps from the centre of Madrid, limiting with Salamanca neighborhood. It’s divided in 6 districts: Pacífico, Adelfas, Estrella, Ibiza, Jerónimos and Niño Jesús.
If you rent a room in Retiro, you will feel like home, as it has a lot of housing options and one of the most tourist attraction in Madrid, Retiro Park. You will fall in love with it, and with Madrid itself.
At helpHousing we care about young internationals, and we want them to have the best experience in Madrid. That’s why we provide them with high quality accommodation, such as rooms in Retiro.
Retiro is a residential neighborhood, but you can find all the life and leisure in the Retiro Park, its most visited attraction.
If you want to have a fun night out, Retiro is a great area for you. Here, there are a lot of bars where you can have some beers or cocktails and spend your time. Still, if your body isn’t tired, you can end the night in a local, listening to music and dancing until 6 am! Because, of course, the locals love to make the most of their stay and stay up till dawn.
The most trendy local here is Florida Retiro, but there’s others like 90 Grados or Tramontana. Besides all this, Retiro is well located near the centre of Madrid, so you can easily move there to spend the night. Madrid’s nightlife is something you definitely have to experience!
Retiro is a big area, therefore, there’s a lot of public transport options to move around the city from here. The main train station is Atocha (lines C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C7, C8, C10). There’s also several bus passing nearby, and night buses from Cibeles area. The most common way to move around is the metro. You can find:
Banco de España (L2)
Estación del Arte (L1)
Menéndez Pelayo (L1)
Pacífico (L1, L6)
Sainz de Baranda (L6, L9)