Un viaje en teleférico y mucho más

By | 24 February, 2015 | 0 comments

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAIt is one of Madrid’s most emblematic attractions, with a clear taste of a 60s film and with the happiness of a child. It is an ideal family plan for one of the many sunny days that Madrid enjoys every year during any season. For 5.80€ a return ticket, you can enjoy a wonderful view of Madrid, Parque del Oeste, Temple of Debod and the Casa de Campo. With services every few minutes, it opens from Monday to Sunday from 9.00am until 2.00pm and from 3.00pm until 6.00pm.

On this page, you can enjoy discounts such as the one for the cafeteria menu, burger and a hot dog, to eat once the cable car leaves you at the terrace-restaurant at the top floor of the Casa de Campo station. Ideal views and there’s also the option of celebrating an event there, such as a birthday or a children’s party, which will most surely be hard to forget.

Whether you buy the return ticket or not, a walk around the Casa de Campo is an interesting recommendation, especially when visiting spots like the lake, where you can rent boats and row in it or even the theme park, a ticket for which you can also be together with the cable car one (33€ for adults, 26.50€ for children).

You can also go to the chapel of San Antonio de la Florida, which has a replica, built next to the original, of paintings made by Francisco de Goya in the dome, considered a significant example of the transition from classical art to avant-garde. If you don’t have to go back to the cable car, you can finish your excursion in the Principe Pío shopping centre, freshening up in any of its fast food restaurants or enjoying a film in its cinema.

The Teleférico (cable car) is a great place to conclude a sightseeing tour around the gardens and parks of Western Madrid from Hotel Sterling. You can start at Plaza de España, at the end of the Gran Vía, and move to the Gardens of Sabatini, the Temple of Debod, Campo del Moro and lastly Madrid Río and the Casa de Campo.

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