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Casa de Campo, Madrid

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Originally enjoyed by Fernando VI as a royal hunting ground, is now the largest green space in Madrid, with extensive bike and walking trails, a zoo and aquarium, sports arena, amusement park, and cable car. In contrast to the manicured grounds of Retiro Park, this area grows wild and allows visitors to see Madrid's ecosystem in its natural state. Scout out a picnic spot in the sun-dappled forest, walk along creeks, and read up on the local plant and animal life on the informational plaques. Watch for the bright green monk parakeets that flit among the treetops. Young visitors will love the many play areas and the amusement park. Finish off your visit with a ride on the cable car, taking in bird's-eye views of the Temple of Debod, the Parque del Oeste Rose Garden, and the Royal Palace on your way back to the city station, which is near Metro Argüelles. To visit Casa de Campo on your holiday in Madrid, and find out what else Madrid has to offer, use our Madrid.
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  • The park is located nearby the cathedral and the Royal Palace, and is a fantastic place to go for a stroll once you get tired of all the architecture and beautiful streets of the city. Full of places....  more
    The park is located nearby the cathedral and the Royal Palace, and is a fantastic place to go for a stroll once you get tired of all the architecture and beautiful streets of the city. Full of places....  more »
  • A nice park! We took a metro there, there is a station called Casa de Campo. It is very big, there is a lot to see. We liked taking pictures with yellow flowers, we found a viewing point, for this we....  more
    A nice park! We took a metro there, there is a station called Casa de Campo. It is very big, there is a lot to see. We liked taking pictures with yellow flowers, we found a viewing point, for this we....  more »
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  • The park is easily accessible by metro and is a great place to do sports, chill and enjoy nature. Even though the park is more less in the city it feels like another world outside the city. The Park is a little more wild than you would expect from other city parks, but the wildness makes the park seem more natural.
  • We took the cable car to get to the hill, and then took a 20 min walk down to the lake. The park is a bit dry now, but it still has a nice view, and a lot of nice trees.

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