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Templo de Debod, Madrid

Positioned over the water, Templo de Debod is an Egyptian temple that was rebuilt in Madrid. Egypt gave this temple, which was originally constructed to worship the Egyptian god Amun, to Spain. Walk among the temple's columns and arches in its locale in a lush park near the Royal Palace of Madrid. Use our Madrid sightseeing planning website to arrange your visit to Templo de Debod and other attractions in Madrid.
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  • Best place to see the sunset for free and admire the temple of Debod. Especially when it is lit. Do not miss it. It has also a beautiful park to relax  more »
  • The temple itself in my opinion is nothing to write home about. However the park and the sunsets you can see from there are amazing and i can recommend going for just got  more »
  • Beautiful park and great place to come and walk around after dinner. The temple is beautiful at night. There are guards around so the area is safe to walk at night. Beware there are several...  more »
  • Lovely historical place to visit. It is nice to take some pictures and spend time as there is a lovely park next to it. People play music and sell some souvenirs. I can totally recommend it. I went there two times during my holidays as I enjoyed it. Also the view from there is gorgeous. You can see over Madrid.
  • It's a one of the best spots for a panoramic view of the palace grounds in Madrid. There are a few steps to climb until you reach the temple and you can only see the relics of Egyptian temple from outside. The lawns around are a good place to lay down and read a book or just relax. Bring a picnic mat though. People selling beer will bother you every now and then. But apart from that, it's a great place for a relaxing evening
  • Lovely place. There was no water in the surrounding pool. Entrance into the main temple is free but since only 30 people are allowed at anytime, you should expect a waiting time. Great view of the Royal Palace from this place.
  • An ancient Egyptians temple that was gifted to Spain. Entrance is free, but controlled to limit the number of guests inside at once. Expect a wait to get in, but definitely visit inside. There are interesting facts inside, most offered in English and a nice replica of where the temple originally sat.
  • A gateway to an oasis in the city, this site boasts picture-perfect scenes, green space for picnics, and playgrounds for kids. Everyone is happy. But ahead of all that, I particularly enjoy jogging up to the temple for an early-morning stretch/yoga. Peaceful and renewing.

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