Work and Travel Madrid, Spain

Work and Travel Madrid & Getting Started in Spain

 

 

Working Holiday Visa Spain for Canadians:

Spanish Consulate of Ottawa
The best way is to look at the Working Holiday agreements on the Spanish Consulate website of your home Country. The above is for Canadians.

Enquire for other Nations…..

 

Accommodation:

Idealiste
Houses and flats for rent in Madrid, from 300 euros of private vendors and real estate agents.

Craigslist
Craigslist provides local classifieds and forums for jobs, housing, for sale, personals, services, local community and events.

Nestpick Madrid
Compare 3479 furnished apartments and rooms for rent in Madrid, starting from $62 per month. ✓ The biggest database of furnished apartments for rent in Madrid on Nestpick ✓ Browse and compare thousands of rooms and apartment rentals in Madrid.

 

Working Holiday Spain Jobs:

Hostel Jobs Spain

Hostel Companies
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/work-with-us-at-one-hostel-the-2nd-best-hostel-chain-worldwide-in-2016/
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/work-with-generator-hostels-in-madrid/
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/work-with-us-at-way-hostel-madrid/
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/internship-program-with-mad-hostels-madrid/
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/las-muses-madrid/

English Schools
https://liveseasonal.com/listings/spain-teach-english-with-teflheaven/

 

Work Exchanges Madrid:

 

Remote Jobs Madrid:
Remote OK
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Story:
6 months in Madrid

I choose to have an experience abroad and after a long research I choose Madrid.

I studied the language before leaving and I continued to study it there. I spent six wonderfull months experiencing the real Spanish life and making grate friends, with whom Im still in touch.

I was from February to July and I have always lived sunny days and I could smell home air everywhere I went. I breathed the same smells and flavors of Italy , but the Spanish people are extremely more optimistic then Italian people and can make you live always with a smile .

I went by plane from Torino-Caselle airport to Aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas, with the italian air company Alitalia.

I stayed in an apartment in the city center and I was living with 9 other people of nationalities different from mine.

What I recommend is first of all get prepared for both the language and the knowledge of the city and things to do Have , in short , a clear idea of where you will live. Make yourself a clear idea where night life, the stores and the interesting find to do and see are. And once you are there do not associate with people from your country, because it’s disadvantageous for learning the language, way of life, customs and behaviors of the place.

I’d be back in the same accommodation because I lived in a pedestrian street in centrissimo and was quiet and provided for both shops ( also open up to 22 ) , that for bars and nightclubs . Also the apartment was just built so it was new and clean.