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The 5 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World

The 5 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World
Embajadores in Madrid was today revealed as the world’s coolest neighbourhood right now.


1. Embajadores, Madrid
Madrid’s Embajadores tops the list as the world’s coolest neighbourhood right now with its exciting nightlife and fabulous food, street art and high culture. This is where people from near and far live side by side, cooking up a bustling cultural life. To the north, Plaza Tirso de Molina is home to florists by day, and at night fills with revellers queuing to get into Medias Puri, the city’s club of the moment. To the south are two huge cultural centres, Tabacalera and La Casa Encendida. In Embajadores, Visitors can dine on divine Moroccan lamb tagine for an absurdly low price or Indian specialities served atop a flowery oilcloth and relax with a cocktail in the legendary Sala Equis, a former adult cinema that is now a drinking hole or visit The Rastro open air flea market that takes place between the plaza del Cascorro and the Ronda de Toledo on Sundays. INVESTOR´S TIP: Embajadores is a Madrid section very good for investors looking for to buy rental property and make money on the side or like vacation home says Marta Owsianik Real Estate manager.

2. Euljiro, Seoul
3. Nueva Villa de Aburrá, Medellín
4. Metaxourgeio, Athens
5. Princípe Real, Lisbon
6. Strasbourg-Saint-Denis, Paris
7. Neukölln, Berlin
8. Yanaka, Tokyo
9. Highland Park, Los Angeles
10. Fitzroy, Melbourne
11. Peckham, London
12. Noord, Amsterdam
13. Ancoats, Manchester
14. Enmore, Sydney



We all know that the best way to really know a city isn’t to go to the central square or major museums, or even the most tourist-trodden neighborhoods. What’s more interesting is discovering the up-and-coming neighborhoods where local creatives are settling in and setting up shop.

15. Bandra West, Mumbai

16. Shuk HaPishpeshim, Tel Aviv-Jaffa

17. West Village, New York

18. West Loop, Chicago

19. Tangba Jie, Chengdu

20. Osu, Accra

21. City Bowl District, Cape Town

22. Sant Antoni, Barcelona

23. Monti, Rome

24. Leith, Edinburgh

25. Hornstull, Stockholm

26. Sololaki, Tbilisi

27. Phibsboro, Dublin

28. Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro

29. Former French Concession, Shanghai

30. Roma, Mexico City

31. Cedofeita, Porto

32. Prawirotaman, Yogyakarta

33. Wynwood, Miami

34. Hayes Valley, San Francisco

35. Wan Chai, Hong Kong

36. Ari, Bangkok

37. Petite Italie, Montreal

38. Karlín, Prague

39. Dufferin Grove, Toronto

40. Central District, Seattle

41. Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

42. Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

43. Kadıköy, Istanbul

44. Tanjong Pagar, Singapore

45. Kitay-Gorod, Moscow

46. Langstrasse, Zurich

47. Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi

48. South End, Boston

49. Sanlitun, Beijing

50. Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai

The list was put together by local Time Out editors and city experts across the world who know the city like nobody else; in addition, more than 15,000 people around the world were surveyed about the best neighbourhoods to find out if there is a buzz about the area with cool new venues opening, if it is a great place for visitors, feels on the up and is affordable. This research identified the must-see neighbourhoods to stay, eat, drink and hang out in, looking beyond the tourist hot-spots – the places that should be on everyone’s travel bucket list to experience lesser known parts of cities:

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Posted by on September 26, 2018 in Uncategorized


Madrid reigns in Spain

In Madrid, house prices began rising in 2014, having plunged by up to 40 per cent from the 2008 peak, according to Funcas, Spain’s savings bank foundation. In December 2016, prime property cost an average of €6,700m2; by December 2017, the cost was €7,400m2.

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Madrid more affordable compared with Paris and London.

We’re seeing a strong appetite both from domestic and foreign investors, friends, relatives and other people interested in real estate are talking about maybe changing their house, moving to a bigger flat, or even investing in a small flat to let.


Spain as the Eurozone’s 4º largest economy emerges from the “rough decade” that followed the financial crisis, the Real Estate is moving, agents report. According to the National Institute of Statistics, in the year to October 2017 sales in Madrid grew by 50 per cent. This year, sales are expected to be further buoyed by the ongoing exodus of companies and workers from Catalonia in the wake of a chaotic referendum on independence last year.

Why choose Madrid for your business? Learn about Madrid’s economic highlights, Golden Visa as well as government programs and incentives. Please contact us with any queries using the form below.


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Posted by on September 13, 2018 in Uncategorized