Europe park, visit major European monuments in one day

“Parque Europa” a beautiful European tour in Madrid

Yes! It’s possible to visit major European monuments in one day in Madrid! Europe park offers you a funny way to visits European most relevant monuments in one day.

You will find, the Eifel tower from Paris, Tower bridge from London, Brandenburg gate from Berlin, Belem tower from Portugal, The Atomium or the Manneken pis from Brussels, Trevi fountain from Rome or the Van Gogh bridge of Arles, little mermaid in Copenhagen and some others.

The entrance is free and you have the possibility of take your own food to do a picnic and enjoy nature. There are also restaurants with nice open air terrace and kiosk where you can enjoy a snack while marching.

Opening times depends on the season, summer season (June, July, August and September) opens from Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 to 24:00. Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 1:00.

Spring season (April, May and October) Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 to 22:00. Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 24:00.

Winter season (November thought Mars) from Sunday to Thursday from 9: to 20:00. Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 21:00.

Europe park is a great place to enjoy with your family or kids, they will love to run around and see all the monuments. You will find here after the link to the Europe park official site (in Spanish, sorry for that).

Besides visiting you will find several outdoors activities for kids and adults, like rowing in the swamp, skating, a zip line, archery, bike renting, tree climbing, etc.  Those are the reasons why kids, and young adults, love to go there and spend the day.

How you can get there? You have a bus, the 224-A goes from “Avenida de America” (Madrid north east) and you will go out in Mancha amarilla stop.

You can also get there by Taxi, there are 3 entries:

Well that’s about all, I’m sure you will have an excellent time there!

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