Parque Del Retiro

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About Parque Del Retiro, Madrid

Madrid just does not run out of popular hangouts, and this is the most popular of all. It’s practically always crowded, especially in the weekends, when the families all come out and so do every kind of street performer imaginable- jugglers, painters, musicians, and dancers…even fortune tellers! The highlights here are:

  • Museo del Ejercito: A small military museum with a nice collection of armor and the cross that Columbus took with him to the New World.
  • Cason del Buen Retiro: A museum of 19th and 20th century paintings, notably of those by Joaquin Sorolla.
  • The Lake: Hire a boat, and check out the monument to King Alfonso XII and the colloade.
  • The Crystal Palace
  • The Palacio de Velazquez
  • The Rosaleda Garden and it’s statue dedicated to Satan.

The park is a popular site of international exhibitions.

Parque Del Retiro Information

  • Have a map of the park before you visit.

Parque Del Retiro Tickets Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To Get To Parque Del Retiro by Public Transport

  • Metro Line 2 stop Retiro
  • Metro Line 9 stop Ibiza

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Address: Plaza de la Independencia, 7, 28001 Madrid, Spain

Phone: +34-915300041

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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Private Madrid Walking Tour: Famous Retiro Park
View Deal Private Madrid Walking Tour: Famous Retiro Park New on TripHobo Duration: 4 hours From USD 46.66/person

Take this opportunity to enjoy a great Madrid experience during this 4-hour private tour of the Madrid’s Retiro Park with your own guide. Enjoy a great walking experience to learn the story of Madrid and the Retiro Park. It is an amazing park that is known as the lungs of Madrid and the city's icon. If your hotel is walking distance, then there will be hotel pickup and drop-off included.

Private Guided Half Day City Tour in Madrid with Private Vehicle and Chauffeur
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Take this opportunity to enjoy a great Madrid experience during this 4 hour private tour of the city with your own private guide and private luxury vehicle with chauffeur. Enjoy some of Madrid’s most emblematic monuments and attractions like Royal Palace of Madrid, the famous Alcalá gate, and Cibele’s fountain, among many others.

Madrid Highlights Tour with Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Entrance
View Deal Madrid Highlights Tour with Santiago Bernabeu Stad... 130 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 55.46/person

Match a sightseeing tour of Madrid with a visit to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, home ground of the legendary Real Madrid football team. See the buildings that have shaped Madrid, from the Moorish quarter to the Habsburg and Bourbon eras with their Royal Palace and grand squares. Then go behind the scenes on a Santiago Bernabeu Stadium tour and feel the excitement of walking on Real Madrid’s home pitch. Sightseeing and football -- it's the perfect mix!

Spanish Wine Tasting in Madrid
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Taste the flavors of the four corners of the Spanish geography and its islands in the Spanish Wine Tasting, with 6 wines from different local grapes and wine regions with certified Denomination of Origin.The Spanish wine tastings are held at a restaurant overlooking the Retiro park (the core of Madrid avant-garde gastronomy), conducted by a sommelier and wine journalist with 10 years experience in wine. Relaxed and casual atmosphere to taste, learn and talk over some snacks.

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  • Retiro is a huge park in Madrid that I have visited a few times now and still have not seen everything, it's that big! Photos are from my last visit when we explored the old zoo area which was Fascinating and there is still plenty of wildlife to see within the park. The landscaping once out of the zoo is stunning. It's a well kept park, it's clean and tidy (very little graffiti,) there are drinking fountains dotted around, as well as refreshment vans if you don't mind paying, kids climbing frames round every corner and plenty for everyone to do. Quite a wonderful place that makes you forget you're in the middle of a capital city

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  • Haven't fully explored it but the time I spent there was amazing, boat rides were €8 per boat for 45mins if you want to paddle by yourself or €2 if you just want a ride around the lake. They also have bikes you can hire so you can go around the park. There are also spaces for running, picnics and roller skating. The park itself has a beautiful rose garden! It was an amazing day!

  • The greatest park in Madrid. Pretty close to the center with a beautiful lake where you can have a boat ride. Then there's another smaller lake in front of the Cristal Palace. And a small river where wild ducks raise their young. Among the things you can do in the park are cycling, running, doing sport,... If you're visiting the park in the spring for forget the rose garden.

  • Awesome park in Madrid. One of the best I've seen. It is pretty cool just to hang around. There are a bunch of places to grab some food and plenty of spaces for relaxation. Its definitely worth the visit if you are around Madrid.

  • A great park in the centre of a great city. There are so many grand buildings and gardens to visit. You could easily spend a whole day here. We strolled around here for hours. We saw many statues & fountains, rowed a boat on the lake, slept on the grass in the sun and had dinner at a little cafe on our first visit. Our second visit was a guided bike ride around the park late on Sunday evening. It was an enjoyable way to know more about the history of the park. Just note that the park is very busy on Sundays, so I'd pick another day to do it.

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