Royal Botanic Garden, Madrid
About Royal Botanic Garden, Madrid
Royal Botanic Garden, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Plaza de Murillo, 2, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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30000 plants and flowers, 2000 trees and herbs spread out over 8 hectares and three major terraces make for one of the coolest urban botanic gardens you’ll ever see. The terraces are by category: medicinal, orchard and endemic; a taxonomic collection set around pretty fountains; and trees arranged in 19th century Romantic landscaping. Spain’s largest herbarium is here. The whole idea behind the design of the place is to promote botanical curiosity… but it’s also an excellent and tranquil escape from the city’s noise.
Royal Botanic Garden Information
- You can hold various events at the garden if you make reservations in advance.
Royal Botanic Garden Ticket Prices
- General: 4 EURO
- Reduced: 2 EURO
- Groups: 2 EURO
- Children: Admission free
- Retired: 0.5 EURO
How To reach Royal Botanic Garden by Public Transport
- Metro Station Atocha Line 1
Restaurants Near Royal Botanic Garden
- Cuatro Fuentes
- Burger King
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Royal Botanic Garden, Madrid Reviews - Write a Review
Within this giant botanic center Hundreds of plants andd trees are being displayed. The colors and the freshness of it makes the visit worthwhile. The clean trails are fine to walk and you can get lost for hours in this amazing garden.
Certainly some lovely vegetation...even for the casual observer like myself. Spring is an amazing time of year to check it out...tulips in bloom....not too hot. Be sure not to miss the pair of greenhouses tucked away near the restrooms, and also climb the several flights of stairs that hover over the greenhouses to get the full experience. This place is attached to the Prado Museum, so it's fairly feasible to do both in one day.
4 euro normal entrance, 2 euros for students, 50 cent for the elderly. Pretty cheap for the giant botanical garden situated near the Centre of Madrid. Maybe too cheap as many plants are dead or dying. Maintenance leaves a lot to be desired. Still worth it for the beautiful exposition and overall serenity.
I believe it's a beautiful place at Spring time... When we went it was August and most of the plants were dead... No flowers at all... Loads of renovations made the place looks very untidy. I know they charge only a small fee, but honestly as much as I love places like these, I wouldn't go there even for free... They should inform about the condition of the park before let people pay the full price for a tiny percent of the potential of this place... Waist of time... Closed toilets made it even harded for my heavy pregnant wife to enjoy it.
Safe haven to get away from the rush of downtown. Very well maintained, with great variety of plants. The entry is only 4 euro, it's well worth it. During the summer it's open until 20:00,if you are up to cool down enjoying the scent of the flowers and the calls of the (ever present) parrotts.
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