Fuente De Neptuno, Madrid

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Fuente De Neptuno, Madrid - Address, Phone Number

Address: Plaza Canovas del Castillo, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Phone: +34-915298210

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Depicting the Sea-God Neptune on a conch-shell pulled by sea horses, the Fuente de Neptuno is loved for its Neo-Classic design. The fountain was built in the 1780’s by architect Ventura Rodriguez- who also designed the famous Cibeles fountain.

The iconic monument with the statue of Neptune holding the Trident in one hand a snake in the other with surrounding Dolphinsis a rare treat for anyone who can appreciate art and interpretation. The beautiful lights switched onin the evenings,make the fountain extra special.

How To reach Fuente De Neptuno by Public Transport

  • By Metro: Sevilla
  • By Bus: Pza. Canovas del Castillo
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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  • The Neptune Fountain is where Atlético Madrid, football club based in Madrid, celebrates its victories, like the Cibeles Fountain is the traditional celebration spot for the Real Madrid team.

  • Beautiful location. Starbucks at the location is ideal. Sit outside with your coffee and enjoy the view. Many more cafes around.

  • Beautiful place, so there, you could not take a picture very near. Since 1784

  • Nice place to see and take a pictures. At Madrid soccer team celebrate awards in this fountain

  • Another one of those stunning fountains in the center of a large roundabout. Like the others you cannot go near it and there does not seem to be any informational plaques but you can get some nice pictures from across the street. It is annoying to walk around as the lights are clearly not set to make it easy for pedestrians, but still a great sight.

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