Madrid Teleférico

The Madrid Cable Car offers residents of Madrid and tourists the chance to fly over the city and gaze from the air at the most historical, as well as the greenest, parts of Madrid. Monumental buildings, highways, parks and gardens are at your feet, offering one of the most evocative views of the city.

The Cable Car, which has been managed by the EMT Municipal Transport Company since Jan 2018, has 80 cabins that each fit 6 passengers. Carrying up to 1200 people per hour, it travels at 3.5 metres per second and takes 11 minutes to complete the journey between the two stations.

Casa de Campo, a huge park in the west of the city is a great place to go for a picnic or a long bike ride. It is also home to Parque de Atraccciones amusement park, and the Zoo Aquarium, one of the most important zoos in the world with animals from every continent.

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Teleférico de Madrid con las Cuatro Torres al fondo
Teleférico de Madrid
Teleférico de Madrid

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Direction

Paseo
Pintor Rosales, s/n
28011
Tourist area: 
Casa de Campo
Opening Times: 

See opening days and times on the official website

 

Tipo información turística: 
Telephone: 
(+34) 914 068 810
Email: 
atencioncliente@emtmadrid.es
Web: 
https://teleferico.emtmadrid.es/
Metro: 
Argüelles (L3, L4, L6)
Batán (L10)
Lago (L10)
Bus: 
21, 33, 62, 74
Price: 

Adults: €6 (round trip) / €4.50 (one way)

Children aged 4 to 12, and adults over 65: €5 (round trip) / €4 (one way)

Children under 4: free

Monthly and yearly passes: see official website

You may carry your bike on the Cable Car at no additional cost, but you must talk to the staff first so they can help you put the bike in the cabin.

Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office at the Rosales and Casa de Campo stations, and payment can be made both in cash and by card.