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Parque del Oestein Madrid, Spain

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In Oeste Park, in front of the Plaza of Spain, you can ride a cable car, stroll among the roses and see the Egyptian temple that was built 4 centuries ago.
Parque del Oeste, Madrid
The Western Park (Parque del Oeste) nobly embellished the site of the former urban landfill and is located between the Moncloa area and the campus.

On the territory of Oeste Park, here is an ancient Egyptian temple, presented to Spain by the Egyptian authorities for assistance in the construction of the dam. A suspension road leads to the southern part of the park. Here is an enormous rosary as well, where about 79 varieties of roses bloom in abundance.

In Oeste Park, you may also have an active leisure - jogging and cycling.

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#13Walk through the rose garden in the city park in MadridWalk through the rose garden in the city parkoddviser

Take a walk through one of the largest rosaries that's annually updated with new types of flowers.

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Parque del Oeste on the map

Location: Paseo de Moret, 2

Open hours

10 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Contacts

Phone: +34 91 5489512

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