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What do I need to know before moving to Madrid?

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When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Madrid, they said...

"Madrid is a vibrant and exciting city with a lot to offer expats. Before moving to Madrid, it is important to research the cost of living, as it can be quite high. Additionally, it is important to familiarize yourself with the local culture and customs, as well as the language. It is also important to research the different neighborhoods and find one that best suits your needs. Lastly, it is important to obtain the necessary paperwork and visas to live and work in Madrid," wrote a member who made the move to Madrid, Spain.

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"You can get much cheaper and larger apartments outside of the center of the city (duh). I do like where I live simply because I don't have to go anywhere to have fun. I'm 10 min away from the central tourist/party area of Sol. I live 2 minutes away from a metro stop and have literary hundreds of club and bars outside my doorstep. With all of this I hear no sounds at night since my apartment window faces inwards," explained one expat living in Madrid, Spain.

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Balcells Group provides immigration, business, legal, and tax advice to individuals, companies, investors, students, entrepreneurs, highly-qualified professionals, digital nomads, and more. They speak English, Spanish, Catalan, and Russian.
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Balcells Group provides immigration, business, legal, and tax advice to individuals, companies, investors, students, entrepreneurs, highly-qualified professionals, digital nomads, and more. They speak English, Spanish, Catalan, and Russian.
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