Places to Visit in Madrid

By | 6 May, 2014 | 0 comments

This time we come up with three varied and charming places which you are certainly going to enjoy: Principe de Anglona`s Garden, Quinta de Los Molinos` Park and Campo del Moro Gardens. They are all special and quiet places in Madrid.

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1 – Principe de Anglona`s Garden.  Small hidden romantic-style garden located in the city center at the down side of Plaza de la Paja, heart of Madrid during the Middle Age.

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One of few remaining aristocratic gardens of the 18th century open to public since the end of the 70´s by The Madrid City Council. You`ll love it!!

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2 – Quinta de los Molinos` Park. This place is a bit further away from the city center. Sited at Alcalá St, 527-531. We recommend having a walk from Puerta del Sol either to Opera or Gran Vía metro stations (Line 5) until Suanzes metro station (Line5). 35 minutes journey approximately.

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Within this 25 hectares Mediterrenean garden you can find a minor palace from the beginning of the 20thC., a small lake, a wind mill and flora species as Olive, Pyne, Eucaliptus or Almond trees, specially beautiful in bloom.

3 – Campo del Moro Gardens. It is one most beautiful gardens in Madrid. Less well known and visited than the Sabatini Gardens (both are linked and connected to the Royal Palace) due to the location of its entrance by Paseo Virgen del Puerto (at the back side of the Royal Palace).

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It combines different garden types. Rich on flora and fauna species together with unique arquitectural  constructions and fountains.

Amazing views of the Palace itself. Well worth visiting it.

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Summertime (from April to September). Monday to Saturday from  10am to 8pm. Sunday and Holidays from 9am to 8pm.

Winter (October to March). Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Sunday and Holidays from 9am to 6pm.

Closed: Official events and the following dates: January 1st and 6th, May 1st and 15th, October 12th, November 9th, December 24th, 25th and 31st.

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