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Jardines de Sabatini
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Reviewed 27 February 2014 via mobile

We thought this was a good enjoyable free site. Not as good as the gardens near to the prado museum but still a good way to spend a few hours.

Again in summer this place must be beautiful

Thank Si Man H
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Reviewed 17 February 2014

Like many places in Madrid, nice gardens to take a stroll on your way from point A to B, my husband has only been to 165 countries so he is travel wise, very skilled pick pockets, police have said this area of the city is particularly bad, they took a book and wallet out of deep backpack pocket...found a police station full of others with similar story

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Reviewed 15 January 2014

I visited the Jardines de Sabatini as part of my 7 full-day visit to Madrid but didn't enjoy it very much at all. Had it not offered me protection from a short rain shower my visit there would have been completely pointless and unfulfilling !

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It is free to visit the Jardines de Sabatini and it is conveniently-located, just a short distance to the north of the Royal Palace (see my not very complimentary review !).

In my opinion, if you want a short sit-down 'break' in this area you are better off making your way to the just as close-by 'Plaza de Oriente' - it is more open, much prettier, has more decorative features and is no more noisy as it sits the same distance from the nearby busy roads etc.

I also felt that the Jardines de Sabatini were a bit 'seedy', with signs of people living/sleeping amongst the foliage areas....

The only caveat is if it is raining and you are seeking protection, as whilst Plaza de Oriente can offer a degree of 'protection' the tree coverage in the Jardines de Sabatini is much more dense and overhanging - this is one of the reasons why it is probably a popular 'residence' for some...!

So aside from a short 'pit-stop', if you want to see areas of greenery in the pleasant and vibrant city of Madrid I think you will have to move a little further afield as the Jardines de Sabatini do not really 'qualify' as a tourist attraction.

I suggest you try Retiro Park (Parque del Retiro) - which I didn't visit but see gets far more favourable reviews than the Jardines de Sabatini !

1  Thank LPWilliams
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Reviewed 25 December 2013

Whenever we visit the Royal Palace, my wife and I like to take a short walk in the formal Gardens of Sabatini. The gardens were designed by Francesco Sabatini, an Italian architect of the 18th century who also worked on the designs of the Royal Palace. The gardens have the Neoclassic architecture, which is very good to see. There is also a statue of Alfonso VI.

Thank BennyMalaga
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Reviewed 1 December 2013

The gardens are small but lovely and there is no charge. Nice chilled place to sit in the sun. Beware of pick pockets as pick pockets tried to steal from a tourist couple whilst we were there. Like everywhere in the city be very vigilant

Thank blondiemay
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