Living in Madrid. The Expat’s Handbook.
Madrid is a cosmopolitan metropolis; dynamic and open to new cultures. It is very welcoming too, demonstrated by the fact that presently there are more than 170 different nationalities living in the city. Madrid’s reasonable size and the warmth of its inhabitants make it a place that’s easy to get around and agreeable to live in.
Madrid Emprende wants to welcome you. In order to facilitate your establishment in our city, we have complied this informational guide, because we know that adapting to a new location and a new workplace can mean a lot of effort, particularly if it is with the family.
In “Living in Madrid. The Expat’s Handbook” there are all sorts of different questions answered that you may deem relevant when you are about to take residence in Madrid: entry and residence in Spain, registering in the census in Madrid, residencial areas, rental and/or purchase of of a home, hiring utilities (water, gas, electric, telephone), banks and the fiscal system, communications, transportation in the city, getting a valid Driver’s License equivalent, some security advice, the health system, the Spanish education system, bilingual education and internacional schools, the equivalency requirements of foreign studies, and of course, the enormous cultural and leisure offering available in Madrid.
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