Madrid’s Outdoor Pools

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Madrid's outdoor municipal swimming pools are now open.

All pools will remain open to the public throughout the summer till 12 September.

Opening hours: 10am to 2.30pm in the morning and 4.30pm to 9pm in the afternoon.

Tickets should be purchased online (although 10% of daily tickets will be sold at the swimming pool's ticket office).

You can purchase them at Deportes/web or by downloading the app "Madrid Móvil":

For more information, visit Madrid City Council's website (in Spanish)

Regional pools

The pools run by the Regional Government will open from 26 June till 5 September with reduced capacity and the necessary healthy and safety measures in place.

One-day tickets have a cost of 5 euros. You may also purchase a ten-ticket voucher for 40 euros.

A sports centre for training in all disciplines: from football to pelota, tennis, basketball and bodybuilding.

A complete sports complex with training for all: gymnasium, golf course, outdoor pool, pelota, padel courts and much more.

Swimming pool complex built to host the World Championships in 1986, which also offers fitness activities.

A 33 x 12m outdoor pool and a round children's pool run by the Region of Madrid in Carabanchel (opens 1 July)

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