Parks and Gardens

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Casa de Campo, El Retiro Park and Madrid Río are Madrid’s best known green areas, but almost every neighbourhood in the city has its own park, square or community garden for visitors to step off the pavement or do outdoor sports. 

A trip to Madrid is not complete without a walk through El Retiro Park, the green lungs of the city.

The former stables of the Royal Palace are spectacular at sunset.

A fabulous English-style garden in Hapsbug Madrid with the Royal Palace in the background.

Come visit this lovely park and the bunker that used to house the headquarters of the Republican Army of the Central Region during the Spanish Civil War.

The green heart of Madrid is a great recreational and cultural area, parallel to the Manzanares and named Madrid Río after the river.

Nature in its pure form. The largest park in Madrid combines sport and leisure areas, such as the Zoo.

A botanic garden in the city centre with a sample of more than 5,000 species of live plants

Designed by Manuel Herrero Palacios, this funeral monument was brought stone by stone from Egypt.


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  • These gardens occupy the central part of this Madrid plaza, one of the biggest and most high-traffic of the city.

    Plaza de España gardens
  • The Art Walk has a surprise for the visitor: a tropical garden in a train station.

    Atocha Station Tropical Garden
  • An incredible sunset can be enjoyed from this popular Latina Park.

    Vistillas' Garden
  • This elegant garden situated in south Retiro must be seen during the spring months.

    El Retiro Rose Garden
  • This small jewel, hidden in Latina, retains all the charm and the original structure.

    Palacio del Príncipe de Anglona gardens
  • A secret garden in los Austrias with fruit tres and a bronze piece from the 18th century.

    The Nuns' Orchacs
  • One of the most surprising parks in Madrid is hidden away in the vicinity of the Airport/Madrid trade fair.

    Quinta de los Molinos
  • The Oeste Park, a monumental green space between Plaza de España, Moncloa and the university campus.

    Oeste Park
  • This park, one of the largest in the city, located near Madrid Río, is home to the Planetarium and the IMAX.

    Enrique Tierno Galván Park
  • The Santander Park has ample areas for leisure and facilities to play various sports.

    Santander Park
  • This natural environment surrounded by the Manzanares in the Usera area is ideal for leisure and recreation.

    Manzanares Linear Park
  • The Fuernte del Berro Park is a splendid landscaped garden that was ordered by the monarch Felipe IV.

    Fuente del Berro Park
  • Quinta de los Molinos


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