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The funniest and easiest way to know the city on our double-decker buses. With one ticket, you will be able to hop on and off the bus all day along the route of your choice or change to another, admiring the architectural and cultural magnificence of Madrid, with the commentaries offered through a headphones audio system in fourteen different languages. You will be given a map of the city the operational frequency, depending on the season of the year, ranges approximately between 7 and 15 minutes, depending on the season. Route 1 takes about 80 min. And Route 2 lasts about 65 minutes. Download Routes here Route N#1 (blue): 80 min. Museo del Prado, Puerta de Alcalá, Barrio de Salamanca, Plaza de Colón, Plaza de Cibeles, Gran Vía, Plaza de España, Templo de Debod, Teatro Real, Palacio Real, Puerta de Toledo, San Francisco El Grande, Catedral Almudena, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Círculo Bellas Artes, Museo Thyssen, Museo Reina Sofía, Jardín Botánico and Museo del Prado. Route N#2 (green): 65 min. Plaza Neptuno, Plaza de Cibeles, Plaza de Colón, Museo Esculturas, Museo de Ciencias Naturales, Nuevos Ministerios, Santiago Bernabéu, C.S.I. Científicas, Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Serrano, Museo Arqueológico, Puerta de Alcalá, Alcalá, […]
Puerta del Sol
The funniest and easiest way to know the city on our double-decker buses. With one ticket, you will be able to hop on and off the bus all day along the route of your choice or change to another, admiring the architectural and cultural magnificence of Barcelona, with the commentaries offered through a headphones audio system in twelve different languages. West Route (orange): 120 min. Plaça Catalunya, Arc de Triomf, El Born- Ciutadella-zoo, Passeig Colom, WorldTrade Center, Jardins de Miramar, Fundació Joan Miró, Anella Olímpica, MNAC Museo Nacional de Catalunya, Poble Espanyol, Caixa Fòrum-Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe, Plaçad’Espanya, Estació de Sants, Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona), PlaçaPius XII-PalauReial- PavellonsGuell-Monestir de Pedralbes, l’Illa Diagonal, Av. Diagonal, La Pedrera, Casa Batlló, Plaça Catalunya. East Route (green): 150 min. Plaça Catalunya, Catedral-BarriGòtic, Port Vell, Museud’Història de Catalunya, Barceloneta, Port Olímpic, Platja del Bogatell*, Nova Mar Bella*, Fòrum, Glories-Torre Agbar, Sagrada Familia, RecinteMosernista de St. Pau, Park Güell, Tibidabo, La Pedrera, Casa Batlló, Plaça Catalunya. Tourist bus – all day. Download Map
Plaza España Barcelona
Take the adventure and dare to get to know Madrid in a fun and original way. The tour consists of touring the streets of the city center using a light transport system, with the feeling of flying over the cobblestones that adorn the most beautiful arteries of Madrid. Circling with Segway is one of the most amazing experiences you can enjoy, you can choose between several routes such as the Tour Austrias or Tour of the Bourbons with a duration of approximately 1 hour and a half. Official Tourist Guide / Monitor and Segway.
Faunia is a biological park (a botanical garden and a zoological park at the same time) covering some 140,000 square metres. Dedicated to nature, it offers visitors different ecosystems including the jungle, the polar regions and the African forests It was opened on 10 July 2001, as the Biological Park of Madrid, but in 2002 its name was changed to Faunia. Visitors need 4 to 5 hours to see Faunia, following the paths and signs posted along the route. In this way they can find out about fauna of the five continents from familiar farm animals to those living in polar regions, taking in animals which live in the jungle and finishing with those classified as poisonous. Along the route access to pavilions and areas where food and drinks are available are signposted, with an indication of the time needed to reach them. Acceso Horarios Opening times vary depending on the season. The park is closed for several weeks in winter. See website.
Avenida de las Comunidades, 28 28032, Madrid
Theme park with five different areas packed with attractions, restaurants and shops, for all the family. From the glamour of Hollywood Boulevard to the magic of Cartoon Village and from live shows by DC Superheroes World and Warner Bros. Studios to the action of the Old West Territory, all five areas will live up to the expectations of theme-park fans, with something for the most daring, the more laid-back and children. Acceso Schedule Summer 11:30 to 00:00
Carretera M-301, Km 15,5 28330, Madrid
Here lies a fascinating world in which the fauna of the five continents can be seen without leaving the city. Elephants, gorillas, exotic and not-so-exotic birds, koalas, dolphins, sharks, giraffes, kangaroos, bears, and animals found on a farm are all found here as well. All the animals of the world are in Madrid. To get to know them, you only need go to the Casa de Campo and enter one of the most important zoos in the world. From the smallest insect to the biggest mammal, all the species of the planet live together in the Madrid Zoo. More than 6,000 animals belonging to more than 500 species are found there: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates. This piece of nature stretches almost 20 hectares and includes a dolphin tank, aquarium, and an aviary, where the best examples of fauna from the five continents are brought together. How to get Horarios All days April to September. 10:30 to 22:00
Parque Casa de Campo, s/n 28011, Madrid
The Casa de Campo welcomes you to the most complete recreation centre in Spain, with 48 attractions to suit all tastes and ages. There is nothing better to beat stress and boredom than spending a day enjoying what the Amusement Park has to offer. Heart-stopping roller coasters, refreshing dips in Los Rápidos, excitement and thrills, or peaceful walks in nature. With friends or family, fun and smiles are guaranteed. One of the most complete and modern European theme parks is hidden in the middle of Campo de Casa in Madrid. One of the best and most relaxing ways to spend a day is to ride the 48 attractions (some more than once), have a drink in one of the many restaurants, and walk along the tree-lined avenues filled with exciting, magical shows. The Park is divided into five themed zones: Maquinismo, Gran Avenida, Naturaleza, Tranquilidad and Infantil. One of the park’s latest attractions is The Walking Dead Experience, inspired by the settings in the TV show The Walking Dead: the Governor’s house, Terminus and the prison. It’s the only horror attraction based on the popular series in Europe, and the only in the world to open all year round rather than […]
ParqueCasa de Campo, s/n 28011, Madrid
This green oasis in the centre of Madrid has125 hectares and is home to over 15,000 trees. From the botanical point of view, the Park includes some very important gardens: the Jardín de Vivaces, the Jardines de Cecilio Rodríguez (classical gardens of an Andalusian style), the Jardines del Arquitecto Herrero Palacios, the Rose Garden, and the Parterre Francés with the oldest tree in Madrid, a bald cypress that is believed to be 400 years old. The Park is not only the lungs of Madrid, but also offers cultural, leisure, and sport activities to all people, those from Madrid and those visiting. Among its architectural, historical, and popular elements are the lake for rowing, and the Velázquez and Glass palaces, both used today as exhibition halls. The Glass Palace, a romantic pavilion created to house a collection of exotic plants for the Philippine Exhibition of 1887, is one of the main examples of cast-iron architecture in Spain. In addition, the retreat shelters outstanding sculptures and fountains such as: the Monument to Alfonso XII by architect José Grasés Riera; the Reserve of Ferdinand VII, located at the corner of O’Donnell and Menéndez Pelayo streets, which includes the Casa del Pescador; the artificial […]
Plaza de la Independencia, 28014 Madrid
The Wax Museum of Madrid is a perfect place to spend a fun afternoon, especially if you go with children. It is much more than an exhibition of figures, it is a recreation of environments, a combination of spaces and sounds and also a way to know part of the story through its more than 450 figures. Personalities of all eras and all disciplines and professions among which we will find famous athletes, politicians, celebrities of yesterday and today and historical personages like Cleopatra, Napoleón, Kings of the dynasties Austria and Bourbon. The museum has been particularly interested in reflecting the children’s world with the presence of the Simpson Family, Harry Potter, Mortadelo and Philemon and Snow White as well as Frodo’s “Lord of the Rings”. One of the most successful galleries, adults and children, is the crime gallery and horror hall with the most famous and bloodthirsty characters such as Count Dracula, Mummy or Freddy Kruger. The museum also has three attractions: the Simulator consisting of frozen tunnels, the center of the earth, space, and all at a speed of vertigo; the Train of Terror, which takes us from the Jurassic Park to the Galactic Tavern, passing famous celebrations […]
Wax MuseumWax Museum of Madrid with more than 450 wax characters, the most representative of history, show, sport, literature and more.
Paseo de Recoletos, 41 28004, Madrid
The Ratoncito Pérez was born in the nineteenth century by Father Luis Coloma, a Jesuit who at that time was a counselor to the Crown and who one day commissioned him to write a short story for the little Alfonso XIII when he dropped a milk tooth at 8 years of age. In the story it was said that near the Royal Palace lived a rodent with his family in a box of cookies that was kept in the store of a confectionery; and it was said that every night the Little Mouse visited the rooms of the future king and other poorer children. In this way was born this character who visits the children and leaves a gift instead of each tooth they lose. This museum is located in the place where, according to tradition, lived the endearing rodent with his family. The museum includes two small places where children and adults can learn firsthand about the house where the mouse lived, consult the historical documentation about the character as well as observe “certified” teeth of personalities such as Beatrix Potter, Beethoven, Isaac Newton or Rosalía de Castro. The recommended age is five years and older. How to get […]
Casita Museo de Ratón PérezPlace dedicated to the history and tradition of the most important mouse in the world.
Calle Arenal, 8 28013 Madrid
Teleférico offers Madrid and tourists the possibility to fly over the city and contemplate from the air one of its most historical parts but also the greenest. Monumental buildings, road infrastructures and parks and gardens will be at our feet to offer us one of the most evocative views of the city. It is an ecological means of transport able to overcome jams and noises that continues to dazzle children, pleasing the elderly and attracting numerous tourists. Teleférico Madrid has a state-of-the-art technology that was once a revolution in terms of this type of construction and is still at the forefront of reliability and safety. The eighty booths with which the installation counts cover the 2.5 kilometers that separate the two stations in a time of eleven minutes and a maximum height of 40 meters above ground level. On the top floor of the Casa de Campo station, you can enjoy a restaurant with a viewpoint, a privileged place to make a break and celebrate all kinds of events. How to get Schedule Check Website.
Paseo Pintor Rosales, s / n 28011 Madrid
L’Aquàrium de Barcelona, located in the Old Port of Barcelona, is the main and only great aquarium in the city and Catalonia. In addition, it is the most important center of the world in Mediterranean theme. The complex, which opened in 1995, has 35 different aquariums containing about 11,000 animals belonging to 450 different species. In 2015 it was visited by 1,549,480 visitors, ranking fourth among the most visited attractions in the city of Barcelona, just behind the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and FC Barcelona Museum. How to get Schedule So that you can always enjoy L’Aquàrium de Barcelona, we are open all year round. Check Website.
Moll d'Espanya del Port Vell, s / n, 08039 Barcelona