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After visiting the Royal Palace, we decided to hike to the Teleferico to ride the Gondola to Casa de Campo. This allowed us to traverse this park from one end to the other, as well as to have lunch (which is another review herein).
This a lovely park within a reasonable walking distance of Palacio Real and Ermita da San Antonio de la Florida. Lots of grass, paths and massive old trees make for a lovely, relaxing park for a stroll. There is a large rose garden (rosaleda) in...More
This park is spacious with many trees, greens and benches. Many travelers and locals were sunbathing in the grass patches. As the park is on higher ground, one has a good view of the surrounding city and the Royal Palace.
After visiting the temple under...More
This park is stunning. Most tourists see it at the Temple Debod however I suggest exploring the far North end at Moncloa. You can explore many quiet paths and there is a small picturesque stream to walk along. The trees are stunning, the grass is...More
When we visited in early June the fountains and ponds surrounding the temple were devoid of water and the entire grounds in rather scruffy condition. It certainly wasn't a place I would want to spend any time at. The viewpoint at the far end of...More
It is very peaceful here and a good place to take time out and relax away from the city and enjoy the views and it’s Free.
Start at the top of the hill and walk downwards towards the river taking in all the beautiful lawns...More
If you visit Templo de debod you'll visit Parque del Oeste at the same time. And after visiting the Temple it's a good idea to take a stroll through this peaceful park with a stunning view over the western parts of Madrid. It' really a...More
This park is a great place to bring a family i saw families all around. The park itself is centered around the temple of debod which was fascinating to see especially in a park in a large city. Its a ancient temple from Egypt donated...More