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We sight-seed, walked, ate, and we siesta'd at this park! Why not you're in Madrid so take an afternoon nap and recharge from all the "touristing" around! Large park where you can easily find your corner to relax (and many do) or people watch while...More
Lovely to stroll around the park if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the streets. The gardens are not manicured like some in Italy or France - it's a relaxed park. The Crystal Palace is beautiful, especially at sunset. Allow a...More
I hadn’t planned on visiting this park but I had a couple of hours on a beautiful day and decided to get some vitamin d after a week of museums. This is a very well planned and maintained garden. And so much larger than expected....More
Good place for having a rest, and the view is nice. Sometimes free exhibitions are presented in the park, and the glass palace is also free to public. Some artists are playing music in the park.good atmosphere.
The park is very invested and very nicely decorated. Lots of space to stroll around with nice views like lakes and tree-lined trails on either side.
There is nothing to do in the park in the winter. It is best to arrive on days when...More
Huge park close to the center of the city. Crystal Palace is often a place for exhibitions. Broad streets with many corners to explore. One can easily spend half a day here walking and not getting bored.
Both times that I have been there, it has been closed, but it is all glass so you can see right thru it. It is more a unique historical building that could be used to display sculpture or grow plants. They could not charge... More
Both times that I have been there, it has been closed, but it is all glass so you can see right thru it. It is more a unique historical building that could be used to display sculpture or grow plants. They could not charge as most would pay not as you can see from outside.