The Moorish Garden, Madrid

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The Moorish Garden, Madrid - Address, Phone Number

Address: Paseo Virgen del Puerto s/n, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Phone: +34-914548700

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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Often missed by the tourists, this is one of the most strikingly planned and scenic parks in Madrid. Directly in line of sight of the Royal Palace, the garden was laid out in English style. The ornamental pools, roads paved with trees and wide lawns wereonce the private grounds of Spanish nobility. It’s a short and nice break from the rest of the city, and you can take pleasure in knowing that this was where royalty once hung out. Check out the fountain, the birds, the chapel and chalets, and the little rose gardens.

The Moorish Garden Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach The Moorish Garden by Public Transport

  • Train C1, C7 and C10 at Intercambiador de Principe Pio.
  • Metro 6, 10 and R.

Restaurants Near The Moorish Garden

  • Restaurante Cafe del Rio
  • Munoz Bar

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  • A beautiful sprawling park sitting behind the Royal Palace, Campo del Moro is the perfect place to relax, walk, read, or just sit and people-watch. One of the best parks in Madrid.

  • the gardens behind the royal palace. very beautiful and relaxing. free entrance.

  • A really beuautiful and peaceful place to visit. It was not overrun with tourists at the time our visit. We also benefited from seeing the peacocks which roam freely in the park. It you want a break it's a good place to unwind.

  • There is only one public access at the bottom of the park (west entrance), in and out. The exits on the left (north) and right (south) are restricted access. You can't exit east either.

  • Closes at 6pm not 8pm as the schedule suggests so plan your trip accordingly. Missed out but the park looks pretty cool from the outside. Odd location of entrance is also a con.

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