Routes and strolls through Madrid
This linear park provides nature, beautiful views, sport, culture and even a beach in the seven kilometres along which it borders the banks of the Manzanares river.
Take to the skies of Madrid by cable car, an attraction that opened in 1969 and travels to the biggest park in the city, reaching an altitude of 40 m with spectacular views.
Located on the west side of the capital, the Casa de Campo stopped functioning as a royal hunting estate to become a place of enjoyment and entertainment for Madrilenians.
Just a stone’s throw from the city, you can find little towns and villages in the Sierra de Madrid, as well as natural landscapes where you can go hiking or simply enjoy the scenery.
Visitors are surprised by the Sierra de Guadarrama. Mainly by the fact that a protected area so rich in nature, biological diversity and beauty should be found so close to the capital.
In a remote location at the northern border of the Madrid Autonomous Region and immune to the passing of time, this lovely village of 50 inhabitants is the perfect choice for a weekend break in a rural, unspoilt landscape.
El Real Sitio y Villa de Aranjuez, el espacio de recreo preferido de Felipe II y de los reyes Borbones, es una escapada imprescindible.
What was once the capital of the kingdom—just an hour from Madrid—is a mediaeval city with a wealth of artistic heritage in which the Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions are found side by side.
Situado a menos de 1 hora de la capital, Chinchón reúne un rico patrimonio, una atmósfera castiza y excelentes restaurantes de cocina tradicional.