Jardins Do Templo De DebodCurrently Closed
- Address: Calle Ferraz, 1, 28008 Madrid, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-913667415
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Jardins Do Templo De Debod - Review
The Jardins do Templo de Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple which was dismantled and brought to Madrid and reconstructed to form one of the most iconic places in the city today.
The temple consists of 2 enclosed walls leading to the temple itself. The serene waters that surround the temple juxtapose against the rustic stone structures and make for a rather strikingly beautiful sight. The view of the city from here is simply the icing on the cake while a walk here is just as enchanting.
Jardins Do Templo De Debod Ticket Prices
- Admission to the place is free.
Jardins Do Templo De Debod Hours
- Last visit pass 15 minutes before closing.
How To reach Jardins Do Templo De Debod by Public Transport
- By Metro: Principe Pio
- By Bus: Ferraz-Luisa Fernanda
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
Restaurants Near Jardins Do Templo De Debod
- Novillo Carioca
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Things to Know Before Visiting Jardins Do Templo De Debod
18.61% of people who visit Madrid include Jardins Do Templo De Debod in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
65.38% of people start their Jardins Do Templo De Debod visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Jardins Do Templo De Debod
71.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jardins Do Templo De Debod
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Jardins Do Templo De Debod, Madrid Reviews
An Egyptian temple in the heart of Madrid! A must visit during sunset. A very cool spot for pictures. The park itself is not bad you can just set and relax and enjoy some quality time during the craziness of Madrid. I give it 4 stars because its not a must visit but it wasn’t bad.
The approach to the temple is dramatic, arousing curiosity to its peak, but as you reach the hilltop, the same level as the Temple, you find its out of limit to tourists. There are security guards every where, making sure none of the visitors step anywhere close to the structure. There’s no entry ticket, still it would have been worth the walk in the heat if we were able to step inside. On top of the hill behind the temple, you can get a lovely view of Madrid, take photos, get an afternoon siesta or just stroll. Playing merrily on his violin you may find the local musician playing “Despachito” or one of the favorites.
Beautiful park setting. The monument itself was a gift from Egypt to Spain which is pretty cool. When we went it was closed so we were unable to go in. Not as many people come to this compared to other sites in the city which is nice as sometimes it feels like you’re the only ones there. The park that surrounds it is lovely to just relax from all the walking, catch some shade under the trees and watch all the doggies go by. For good photos I would suggest coming for sunset
What an experience, Egypt meets Spain. Set in beautiful gardens which overlook the city, it’s a must see. I would advise the bus tours over 2 days get ur bearings and then visit where you want hopping on and off when you like. Only drawback was the monument wasn’t open when we visited
Couldn't actually go into the temple (it's made to go in, but it was never open for some reason). But the view of the city from the temple's vantage point is breathtakingly beautiful, and is totally worth the climb. People had blankets spread on the greens, having picnics while we were there. Very relaxed atmosphere. Good number of tourists, but not at all hectic or crowded.