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Get on the top of the Lighthouse of Moncloain Madrid, Spain

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In Madrid you will notice the Lighthouse of Moncloa - TV tower with the best observation deck at the top.
How to get on the top of the Lighthouse of Moncloa in Madrid
In the north-west of Madrid, close to the Arc de Triomphe and the Moncloa bus station, there is the Lighthouse of Moncloa (Faro de Moncloa). It's a very notable TV tower with a perfect observation deck at the top.

While you will be ascending in the elevator, do not forget to shoot a video! The elevator is transparent and you will get interesting dynamic view of the city :)

Where to do?

#10Lighthouse of Moncloa in MadridLighthouse of Moncloa

A notable TV tower is hundred meters high and provides the best views of the city from its observation deck.

Location: Av. Arco de La Victoria, 2
Open hours: from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm

How much?

€3.

Tips and hints

the tower does not work during the rain.

Reviews

Guest20 January 2018

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