Juan Carlos I Park

Juan Carlos I Park Juan Carlos I Park is the main municipal park. It was inaugurated on the occasion of "Madrid Capital of Culture" in 1992. His name is in honor to Juan Carlos I (King of Spain).

With the Park was recovered a highly degraded area, respecting an existing olive trees.

It occupies an extension of 160 hectares and has a lake of 30,000 m2, a river of 1,900 m. to length, 13,000 m. of walks, 21 hectares of olive groves, 19 outdoor modern sculptures, a garden called the Three Cultures ("Tres Culturas"), and an auditorium.

There are many different activities you can do in the park. They have a free bicycle service and excursions in mountain bike. There is also a little tourist train for travel around the park during the whole year, activities and workshops for kids, canoeing courses, fishing without death and things for the whole family.

river of Juan Carlos I Park A beautiful and huge park in which to enjoy a perfect family day. During the weekends, many families come to the park for a picnic. There are picnic tables, or in the grass at the river bank.

The Music MetroRock festival is regularly held at the Juan Carlos I park.

       Juan Carlos I Park
       IFEMA (Madrid Fair)
       Av del Partenón, S/N
       28042 Madrid

Email and Phones:
       Activities: +34 91 400 92 41 / +34 630 630 710
       Train Bookings: +34 91 721 00 79

Opening times:
       Jun to Sep: Fridays and Saturdays: 7:00 to 3:00 h. Rest of the week: 7:00 to 1:00 h.
       Oct to May: Fridays and Saturdays: 7:00 to 0:00 h. Rest of the week: 7:00 to 23:00 h.
       PDF Park Map

Subway transportation:
    * Line 8 - Campo de las Naciones station.
    * Line 5 - El Capricho station.

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