Living in Madrid

 

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Madrid is the capital and largest city in Spain. It is the third largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin. It is rich in nearly every respect: the arts, culture, history, leisure, nightlife. The city is large and modern and yet retains a relaxed and friendly appeal.
Madrid: Population The population of Madrid is roughly 3.3 million and the entire population of the Madrid metropolitan area is calculated to be nearly 5.8 million. Madrid: Inhabitants As the capital city of Spain, the city has attracted many immigrants from around the world. About 83.8% of the inhabitants are Spaniards, while people of other origins, including immigrants from Latin America, Europe, Asia, North Africa and West Africa.

Living in Madrid is exciting and full of diversity. As the third most populous city in Europe, it is also a popular expat destination. InterNations provides you with plenty of information on Madrid, including advice on health and safety, education, and accommodation.

People living in Madrid are proud to be part of this cosmopolitan city. There are 3.3 million people living in Madrid proper while the entire metropolitan population amounts to 6.5 million. Due to the countless annual visitors, most people are used to tourists and foreigners; they may be helpful in giving directions or information. As they are very proud to be madrileños they may even launch into a brief history of their city.

Since Madrid is both the capital of Spain and its largest city, the head of government as well as the Spanish royal family are living in Madrid these days

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