These are the benefits of living in the most expensive areas of Madrid


Despite the severe economic crisis that has spent over eight years Europe, one of the countries that has remained within all afloat it has been Spain, which has been the focus of many foreign investors who just saw the green light from the 2013 by the law passed that year for those who chose to invest in real estate a minimum amount of 500.000 euros, while offering a residence visa for these investors.
Best Investment in Spain explain about Madrid, capital of Spain and great reception point for millions of tourists a year, was placed in this 2016, according to a report on Trends in Real Estate Europe 2016, conducted by the firm consulted PwC and the Urban Land Institute, in fourth most attractive for investment in real cities, but this should not be a big surprise for those who have spent years investing in the market in the region, since several years ago, both the real estate sector like many others, such as hotel, tourism and culture, they have been increasing their rates with positive points.
Mainly, international investors have opted for the relatively low market prices in Madrid. Many have preferred the acquisition of second-hand housing, but there are also those who prefer to buy land to build or have chosen to buy houses in new construction. In recently completed, these were the most sought distrititos in the capital of Spain by foreign buyers:
 Center
 Salamanca
 Chamberí
 Tetouan
 Fuencarral
 Arganzuela

Benefits of the districts of Madrid

Spain has plenty of incredibly beautiful than enjoying places, sites that have been the subject of travel for many in the world and so this country receives many visits over the years. Madrid, the capital and a favorite city for travelers for its daily cultural environment and climates that really like, is not left out. Among the districts most sought after by foreign investors are many of these monuments and recreational spaces, so that these areas are not exclusive only by the value per square meter of their apartments and other properties, but also the places that can be reached with easy access, also providing the walk through the streets of Madrid.

Tourist attractions in Madrid

Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS) National Museum; His name is usually abbreviated as Reina Sofia Museum is an art museum located in the district of Arganzuela, based on the contemporary art of the twentieth century. It is housed in the old General Hospital of Madrid, located in the area of ​​Atocha. This museum is part of the famous Art Triangle, where the South vertex, which includes two other famous museums such as El Prado and the Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Prado Museum; is considered one of the most important museums in the world and the most visited, this is due to the