Animals and nature in the heart of Madrid

Madrid Zoo Aquarium park is a great place for children and adults to enjoy animals and nature in a quiet environment. If you like animals you will enjoy visiting animals of all continents.

In case you do not want to walk, don’t panic, you can rent a golf cart and enjoy the visit riding all over the place.

You will find animals from Europe, Asia, Africa, North, Central and South America and Australia.

There is also an Aquarium that you can visit; you will see turtles, sharks as well as a Dolphins and sea lions.

At lunch time, you can have a break in any of the kiosk that you will find along your visit, you will find a large variety of fast food.

Very close to the Madrid Zoo park, you will find the Madrid Amusement park it could be a great choice to spend half of day in each park.

Madrid Zoo Aquarium park opening hours

In summer the Madrid Zoo Aquarium park opens every day therefore if you want to be sure an validate the closing time that vary from 19:00 to 0:00 take a look at the calendar on the Zoo website.

If you want to get tickets, here is the Madrid Zoo official site to get them. If you buy them online you will save some money.

To give you an idea on prices:

Adults (7 to 64 years old): 17,90€

Children (3 to 7 years old): 15,90€

Seniors (over 65): 15,90€

People with disability: 15,90€ + Free companion

How to get to Madrid Zoo Aquarium park

The address if you go by car or taxi is Madrid Zoo Park, Casa de Campo s/n

You can get there by bus line 33 that will take you to the Zoo park door entrance. You can also get there by subway but after you will have to walk for 900 meters. The subway station is Casa de campo (Line 10 and 5).

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