Explore the area around Madrilenians' most beloved park.

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  • Info and history
  • Art and culture
  • Shopping
  • Sports
  • Food and drink
  • These gardens are found in this popular square, which marks the end of Gran Vía avenue. The square is currently undergoing a major refurbishment so may be partly closed off to the public.

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

    Oeste Park
  • Opposite the Royal Palace, in los Austrias, this is one of the most visited tourist areas.

    Plaza de Oriente Gardens
  • An incredible sunset can be enjoyed from this popular park in La Latina district.

    Vistillas Gardens
  • The Art Walk has a surprise for the visitor: a tropical garden in a train station.

    Atocha Station Tropical Garden
  • Inescapable stop of the Art Walk, this creation by Patrick Blanc has a height of 24 metres.

    CaixaForum Vertical Garden
  • This small gem, hidden in Latina, retains all the charm and the original structure.

    Palacio del Príncipe de Anglona Gardens
  • This peaceful space is certainly the ideal place to conclude a tour around the Art Walk.

    Reina Sofia Museum Gardens
  • A secret garden in Hapsburg Madrid with fruit trees and an 18th-century bronze fountain.

    Huerto de las Monjas
  • Parque del Oeste
  • Jardines de la Plaza de Oriente
  • Jardín tropical Estación de Atocha
  • Jardín vertical CaixaForum
  • Teatro de Títeres de El Retiro


Make your way up to the observation deck for some stunning views.

Climb on board and discover the city in a panoramic format.

To enjoy amazing spring plans in Madrid.