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#3 of 292 Things To Do in Madrid
tour the city parks
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Plaza de la Independencia, 7, 28001 Madrid, Spain

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Retiro Park is one of the best places to spend some leisure time in Madrid. Príncipe de Vergara is the nearest subway station at a distance of 300 m from this park. You can hire a cycle or take cabs for the commute. Madrid-Barajas Airport is 14.2 km from this park and can be reached in 14 minutes. Casa de Campo is also easily accessible from all parts of the city. It takes just 37 minutes to reach from Madrid-Barajas Airport to this park.

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Madrid with lot of green spaces is definitely a paradise for nature lovers. Touring the city parks is one of the most loved activity to indulge in. One of the biggest parks in the city includes the Casa de Campo, which is spread across an area of 1,700 hectares (6.6 sq mi). The park features a large lake where you'll find small boats and where schools practice kayaking for competitions. The Madrid Zoo inside the park is a major attraction. Another famous park in Madrid is the Retiro Park. It is popularly known as the Parque del Buen Retiro or El Retiro in Madrid. It is spread across an area of 350-acre land and is home to a number of gardens, fountains and buildings. Initially a monastery was built here in 1500 CE, which was later expanded into a royal park when Phillip II moved his court to Madrid. Since 1868 it’s been part of the public domain. The park has a large artificial pond where people can rent kayaks and canoes, and spend some fun time. The Paseo de la Argentina, known as the Statue Walk, is ornamented with statues from the Royal Palace and is a major attraction. It is a favorite spot for tourists and locals alike and definitely deserves a visit.  

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