Plaza De EspanaCurrently Open
- Address: Plaza Espana, 20, 28008 Madrid, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +34-915428585
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Monument, Statue, Plaza, Family And Kids, Fountain
Plaza De Espana - Review
This sudden oasis at the end of Madrid’s is unexpectedly peaceful. It’s also Madrid’s most popular hangout. The standouts here are two of the largest/tallest buildings in the city, and even more popular is the fountain and statue combo that makes up the Monument to Miguel Cervantes, the writer of Don Quixote. Sunbathers are regulars here, but so are nightbirds, thanks to a wonderful lighting scheme.
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Plaza De Espana Information
- The Plaza has been a quite popular shooting venue for movies. The Plaza also has a decorative assortment of tiles which provide a beautiful backdrop for selection of portraits. The assortment is widely known as the Alcoves of the Provinces.
Plaza De Espana Hours
- It’s a traffic intersection. Hence you can visit the place any time of the day.
How To reach Plaza De Espana by Public Transport
- Metro Line 3 and 10 stop Plaza de Espana
Restaurants Near Plaza De Espana
- National Geographic Cafe
- El Serrete
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Things to Know Before Visiting Plaza De Espana
9.16% of people who visit Madrid include Plaza De Espana in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
28.77% of people start their Plaza De Espana visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Plaza De Espana
57.38% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Plaza De Espana
Plaza De Espana Trips
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Plaza De Espana, Madrid Reviews
Plaza de España is a wonderful park. There is a fountain, a pool, grassy areas, olive trees and a large monument dedicated to Miguel de Cervantes. One of the most famous monuments in Madrid, it has bronze statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Plaza de España is a great place to stay and have a break. Sit back, relax and listen to the city noise.
I absolutely love this place. Very beautiful and really crowded which is something good and gives Madrid a lively pace. It is more like a garden with a huge gorgeous fountain in it. There is also many benches to sit in. On the way to it , it feels like you are waking in Vegas or New York because of all the stores and restaurants. You should definitely pay it a visit and take pictures with the fountain and statues with many different poses as it is something you don't want to forget. Walk a bit too and you will find Plaza de Oriente.
We loved this plaza! It is large and colorful with activities for all ages, from walls in the park (covered with shade trees) to boat rides to a fountain and more. Night or day this is a must see in Seville! If this review was helpful, please click Like!
Superb place to chill or run... beautiful monument and a very relaxing experience... beware of the pick pockets have ur belongings at all times in check... a tourist lady told me so... So I share the wisdom😉
One of Madrid most famous places..nice square, very much in the heart of Madrid. If you smell Chinese food, you aren't totally insane. There is an access to the parking lot below that has a Chinese restaurant. Best thing to do is get some take out (only cash) and eat it up at the park. It's different..