Jardins Do Templo De Debod, Madrid
About Jardins Do Templo De Debod, Madrid
Jardins Do Templo De Debod, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Calle Ferraz, 1, 28008 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Religious Site, Temple, Historical Site, Family And Kids
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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 Opening and Closing 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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Temple looks great on the outside, but has fairly too small time for visit (only six hours a day) and with limited people, that means you need to wait on a line. The amount of people that goes in the temple is the same that leaves, so if people take too long to leave, you'll stay in line for quite a while. And bear in mind this is a touristic place where people love to take pictures... So you can imagine.
They say it has opening hours but in fact, there is none... the inside of the temple is always closed. It's in a center of a huge park with incredible view on the royal palace and the cathedral. The temple itself is beautiful and even more on sunset. The park that surrounds it is nice, great place to unwind, do sport, lay down, tan... also very family friendly. I highly recommend
A must see between 6 and 8. The place around is amazing you will see bands. It's nice also to have a seat before arriving in the parque close to it. Maybe you will can't enter the temple because of the queue and they close it at 7.45. Or you have to be there earlier . But it's not a big deal because you can take pictures next to it with the amazing view when Sun rises. Too much people will be there
Fabulous !! Go here for sunset around 5.30/6pm the colours are amazing! So many great photos or late at night for a romantic date. You have to Que to see inside. I qued for 45min from 6.30pm-7.15pm. Amazing inside and free. Egyptian hieroglyphics from the 2nd century BC!
Beautiful temple and surrounding park for a quiet nice walk. You can find the rose garden close by and the majestic royal palace as well. I miss Madrid so much!
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