Great sightseen of Madrid and palace district

Madrid Cable car Teleferico in spanish will take you from west park (parque del oeste) to the casa de campo probably the biggest park of Madrid. You will have an awesome view of the Royal Palace,  Almudena cathedral and also the west side of Madrid.

The ride will take you approximately 10 minutes hence at the casa de campo you can enjoy nature, a great walk and also a restaurant. If you like running you will love this place.

The cable car ends on parque del oeste which is close to the Templo de Debob, the Madrid Royal Palace, Almudena cathedral and even the Plaza Mayor

At the casa de campo, besides the nature, there are two major attractions, the Madrid Amusement Park and the Madrid Zoo Aquarium.

Teleferico opening hours

The opening hours depends on the season therefore if you want to have the detail you can go to the Teleférico (cable car) official site.

The prices for the regular ticket

One way regular price 4,50€

Round trip 6€

Cable car ticket + Zoo acuarium ticket, adults 24,45€ and children under 7 years old 20,75€.

Cable car ticket + Amusement park adults 33€ and children under 1,4 meters 26,5€

If you want you can buy your tickets online.

How to get to Madrid cable car Teleferico

The Madrid end is call Rosales station, located on the crossroads of Pintor Rosales street and Marqués de Urquijo street.

You can take the subway, the station is call Argüelles (lines 3, 4 and 6). Also, you can get there by bicicle, Madrid have a public rental service call BiciMAD (explain here) station (numbre 113) at 2 minutes walk. You can download the map here.

By bus, lines 21 and 74 o with Madrid City tours route 1 (Historical Madrid)

Jun 17, 2024 - Mon
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