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La Casa de Campo Park

La Casa de Campo Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Madrid Amusement Park: Entry Ticket

1. Madrid Amusement Park: Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entry ticket to Madrid Amusement Park in Casa de Campo and explore four thematic zones, 30+ attractions, and much more, suited for all ages and interests. Try adrenaline-pumping rides before taking a break at the family-friendly nature area and water attractions. Start your adventure at one of the park’s thematic zones: Mechanism, Nature, Tranquility, or the Nickelodeon Land children's area. Whether you’re looking for excitement or gentle, family-friendly rides, you’ve come to the right place.  Experience the most exciting attractions in the Machinismo (Mechanism) area. Buckle up on spectacular state-of-the-art roller coasters like Abismo (Abyss) and experience an unforgettable adrenaline rush. Hop on the ride called La Lanzadera (The Shuttle), the best way to experience safe bungee jumping without leaving Madrid with a free fall at 87 km/h from 63 meters high. For an even bigger thrill, test out the inverted roller coaster of Tornado, with its fast-paced loops, turns, ascents, and descents. The Machine, Flying Chairs, Tarantula, and the famous Top Spin make up some other exciting attractions. In the Nature area, find some of the most popular water attractions such as Los Rápidos (The Rapids) or Los Fiordos (The Fjords). Marvel at the area’s extensive vegetation as you visit Vertigo, the Mine Train (TNT), and the historic carousel. Stop at the Tranquility area for a relaxing break with your group. Enjoy attractions such as La Jungla (The jungle), Zeppelin, or Star Flyer, an 80-meter-high attraction where you can enjoy spectacular views and sunsets of the city. Continue your adventure to Nickelodeon Land and enjoy a meet and greet with your favorite cartoon characters. Check out the wide variety of food options and merchandising stores before concluding your trip.

Madrid: 3-Hour Segway Tour

2. Madrid: 3-Hour Segway Tour

Benefit from a short training session on Plaza de San Miguel in front of San Miguel Market to make sure you feel confident operating your self-balancing personal transporter before you head off.  Then, cruise through the city center to one of the oldest squares at Plaza de la Villa. Admire the 15th, 16th and 17th-century buildings, including the former residence of the composer Federico Chueca at La Torre de los Lujanes. Take a look at the Royal Palace and impressive Almudena Cathedral. See the Egyptian Templo de Debod and make your way to Sabatini Gardens. End with a visit to the royal hunting estate at Casa de Campo Park.

Madrid River Segway Tour

3. Madrid River Segway Tour

Start your Segway tour with a brief visit to the Royal Palace. After, you will descend to the Manzanares River to reach La Puerta de San Vicente and the Puente del Rey, which provided the passage from the Royal Palace to the Casa de Campo.   You will then have time to admire the Segovia Bridge, a Renaissance work by Juan de Herrera, before reaching the Bridge of Andorra and the Bridge of Toledo. One of the most beautiful of Madrid, the bridge is baroque style and was ordered to be constructed by Felipe IV who ordered.   From this, you will continue to the Pasarela de La Arganzuela bridge, the most modern in Madrid. After enjoying time in this green area, you will go back to the center through the Puerta de Toledo, stopping at the church of San Francisco el Grande. Finally, you will visit the Plaza de Oriente and pass through the Cathedral of La Almudena. Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure through Madrid!      

Madrid’s River Side & Casa de Campo Electric Bike Tour

4. Madrid’s River Side & Casa de Campo Electric Bike Tour

Get ready to travel from Madrid’s city center to the countryside in a matter of minutes. Begin in the heart of the old city, close to Plaza Mayor, and make your way to Plaza de Oriente, from where you can admire the colossal Royal Palace and Opera House. Glide past the beautiful Sabatini Gardens and take the long and steep San Vicente Hill. In a few minutes you will find yourself by the Manzanares river, which you will cross to reach Casa de Campo. Once a forest reserved for kings and noblemen, who would enjoy hunting on its premises, the Casa de Campo is now a very popular place amongst locals. The small lake which you will see during the tour fills with madrileños during the weekends, rowing boats, and having barbecues. With the assistance of the e-bike’s engine climb a hill where you can take a few minutes to rest and admire the skyline of the city. Then begin the descent towards the river and get a great view of the Cathedral and the Royal Palace from the Huerta de la Partida before returning to the center of town. With your electric bicycle you will enjoy this wonderful tour without effort, in an eco-friendly vehicle and whose battery assist the pedal to make the route completely comfortable.

Madrid: 2-Hour Private Off-Road Segway Tour of Casa de Campo

5. Madrid: 2-Hour Private Off-Road Segway Tour of Casa de Campo

During this 2-hour Segway tour, explore Madrid's largest park, Casa de Campo. You won't be riding a regular Segway, however. Feel the adrenaline as you go off-road on a Segway x2, which allows you to explore Casa de Campo's various types of terrain. Perfect for groups of 12 people or more, this is a tour you can enjoy with the whole family, a big group of friends or other travelers looking for an exciting experience in Madrid. And with your expert guide riding alongside you the whole time, enjoy a more personalized and informative experience in one of Europe's largest parks.

Madrid Private Guided Bike Tour

6. Madrid Private Guided Bike Tour

This tour is made for those who wish to explore Madrid with their own private guide. This tour is developed together with you based on your special wishes and personal interests. You will discover Madrid the way you want. The route is flexible without any restrictions on new, premium bikes. There are plenty of possibilities available. You can visit the 2 great stadiums of Real Madrid and Atlético. You can also explore the Manzanares river and Casa de Campo. The tour can start at a time you prefer, perfect for early risers or for romantics who want to see the city when the sun goes down. You'll have plenty of time to take photos and also short breaks to have a refreshing drink and chat to the guide.

Bike Tour Through Madrid Río and Casa de Campo

7. Bike Tour Through Madrid Río and Casa de Campo

Travel from Madrid’s city center to the countryside in a matter of minutes and discover the stunning Casa de Campo park. Begin in the heart of the old city, close to Plaza Mayor, and make your way to Plaza de Oriente to admire the colossal Royal Palace and the Opera House. Glide past Sabatini Gardens, then ride up the long and steep San Vicente Hill. Cross the Manzanares River to reach Casa de Campo. Once a forest reserved for kings and noblemen to hunt in, Casa de Campo is now a popular place amongst locals. Cycle to a small lake, filled with madrileños and rowing boats at the weekend. With the assistance of the e-bike’s engine, climb a hill to enjoy amazing views of the city skyline. Begin your descent to the river, admiring the cathedral and the Royal Palace from the Huerta de la Partida before returning to the center of town.

Madrid: Riverside Segway Tour

8. Madrid: Riverside Segway Tour

Hop on your electric bike and enjoy a ride that will take you to the newest part of the city. Once the innermost ring road of Madrid, the busiest road in Spain and famous for its traffic jams, it’s now a beautiful pedestrian promenade. Your journey begins in Plaza de San Miguel, just opposite one of the best food Markets in Spain, the homonym San Miguel Market. You can see another of the main attractions of Madrid, the Royal Palace, once home to the Spanish kings and their court. Passing by the gardens of Sabatini, from where you will have a beautiful view of the palace, and going through Cuesta de San Vicente, you will reach the San Vicente Gate, one of the remaining gates from the 18th-century city wall and another of the palace gardens El Campo del Moro. After crossing the Bridge of the King, once used by the king to get from the palace to his private hunting ground Casa de Campo, enjoy an hour's ride seeing what the river has to offer. After the King’s Bridge, you will reach the oldest bridge in town, Segovia’s Bridge. Pass by the Atlético de Madrid stadium, Toledo’s Bridge and the newest and most futuristic bridge, Arganzuela. Discover the beautiful Arganzüela park, where the urban beach of Madrid is in summer, and explore its parks, fountains and gardens. On the way back you'll also pass by the Virgen del Puerto church. A different way to feel like an authentic madrileño.

Madrid: Casa de Campo Guided Park Tour with Electric Scooter

9. Madrid: Casa de Campo Guided Park Tour with Electric Scooter

The two-hour tour begins next to Principe Pio, in Aniceto Marinas Street, where we'll pick up the scooters, helmets, and vests. Our specialized personal will guide the visitor through the best locations of the Park. Discover the Manzanares river from the King's Bridge and the Vargas Palace and its gardens, as the first steps that will lead us trough the largest urban park of the world. Learn its History from the 16th centuty, when Felipe II bought it from Fadrique de Vargas, and the different uses that the Park has had during this last 5 centuries. Refresh by its huge Lake, and ride thruogh the forest to the Generalisimo's road, built during the Spanish Civil War, where inscriptions made by the soldiers who built it still ramain. This is one of the testimonies of the trench war that took place in the Park for three years. Enjoy a 360º panoramic view of the city of Madrid and its mountains from the Estanque del Repartidor, and learn about the uses of water and its canalization. Rest under the branches of several of Casa de Campo centanary trees, and admire the baroque architecture of the Serpent Bridge and the Reja de Meaques. Take a new, different perspective of Madrid, its environment and History with us.

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What people are saying about La Casa de Campo Park

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 85 reviews

The guide was extremely personable and very knowledgeable about the city's history and how if functions. I even asked about how to use the Metro, and he told me about the Egyptian Temple in town, which I had never heard of. His English was perfect, and hew was always asking to make sure if I was seeing what I wanted to see. Ask for Chris!

Loved it. Paloma was awesome taking us around the park, temple and Rio. Could not have asked for better guide and better place

Lots of fun, beautiful scenery and a very good and informative guide.

This Park is great, well organized, the attractions are top notch

A fantastic day out for all the family. I would highly recommend!