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Madrid is really fabulous! I'm assuming by partner, you mean that you are gay. Madrid has an AMAZING nightlife for us gay boys. I live in New York, but I prefer Madrid's gay neighborhood.I don't know if you guys get into the bar scene, but there are about 20 in Chueca and it is a lot of fun.

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Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history.

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Madrid (/ m ə ˈ d r ɪ d /, Spanish: [maˈðɾið], locally [maˈðr(:)iθ] ) is the capital of Spain and the largest municipality in both the Community of Madrid and Spain as a whole. The city has almost 3.3 million inhabitants and a metropolitan area population of approximately 6.5 million.

www.wildjunket.com/living-spain

We spent over seven years living in Spain (first Madrid, then Seville and Granada). Here’s what it’s really like living in Spain and some tips for those who want to move there. What’s It Like Living in Spain. Living in Spain is the dream for many.

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Spain, like many countries, is a diverse nation with landscapes that vary from coastal to mountainous and features a wide range of architecture that celebrates its history. The capital of Spain is Madrid. Barcelona is another major city; both are accurate representations of the diversity of Spain. Spain is comprised of 17 distinct regions.

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There will be something you don’t like about your apartment. For some reason, most young expats have pretty high expectations for their living arrangements when coming to Madrid. Unfortunately, just like most big cities, it is almost impossible to find that perfect apartment for an affordable price.

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15 Best Things to Do in Madrid (Spain) ... If you’d like to get a sense of the city, a walk along the Gran Vía is a superb place to start. It’s Madrid’s entertainment, shopping and cultural nerve centre, a buzzing avenue often full of life until dawn.

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Winters in Madrid are cold compared to other parts of Spain with average temperatures of about 6-8 °C (43-46 °F) and the coldest month is January 3-6 °C (37-43 °F). The temperature during the day is around 10 °C-15 °C (50-59 °F), and the temperatures during the night often get below 0 °C (32 °F) although snow is fairly occasional.

www.timeanddate.com/weather/spain/madrid

Current weather in Madrid and forecast for today, tomorrow, and next 14 days

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What's it like to live in Spain? Find out all about the Spanish way of life in this Aetna International guide. Explore the typical Spanish lifestyle, work-life balance and what to expect as an expat living and working in Spain. Aetna International helps you prepare for global living.