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Parque Europa, Torrejon De Ardoz
(4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Go for a nice walk at Parque Europa, a quiet park with plenty to see and do. The most unique feature of this park is the statues. Look for representations of the London Bridge, Michelangelo’s David, Dutch windmills, the Eiffel Tower, and the Little Mermaid. There’s even an original piece of the Berlin Wall. Stroll, jog, or ride a bike along the main trail, or just relax and people watch on a bench. There are ponds where you can rent a paddle boat and even obstacle courses for children. Consider taking mosquito repellant; the insects may be bad around the water. Plan your Parque Europa visit and explore what else you can see and do in Torrejon De Ardoz using our Torrejon De Ardoz trip generator.
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  • It is a wide and beautiful park to spend the day with family. There are kiosks for lunch and picnic areas to bring your food. Very prepared for the most small. In November almost all activities for youth are closed and turned off supplies.
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  • Very nice to spend the afternoon touring the monuments, with very good areas for children separated by ages. Parking there is parking on the side or skirting around the Park by 3 Euro 6 hours (are machines to carry coins).
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  • A whole afternoon strolling through this unique Park, certainly a safe bet, especially for those who enjoy sharing photos with friends. A wink here and there, tens of selfies of unique monuments from all over Europe with just a stroll through Park. Compulsory visit it with a calm time, because otherwise the visit is "lackluster" much. To visit with children, ideal, they enjoy it, sure! Visit to the female giant is, at least, curious, and general recreation, the atmosphere are very successful. Good maintenance and cleaning, which is appreciated. If you get a good backpack with drinks and sandwiches you will save a little money. If you have acquaintances eager for ideas for a quick visit to a strange place, recommend this place. You be right!
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  • Lots of great European icons and the restaurants very affordable. It's a nice place to spend the day but don't expect so high. Don't get me wrong I love the place. But a few of the monuments need a bit more work. I recommend to visit the Parque Europa if you are visiting Madrid.
  • Not much to do, it's a long walk, your not allowed to sit on the grass, picnics only on the picnic tables. They have a cool exhibition called the mujer gigante but you have to pay to go in. The mini monuments are good replicas. I went on a school trip with 4 year olds, to be honest it wasn't really appropriate.
  • Great park to visit with your kids. You have to plan the whole day to spend here because there are many places for kids to play. Very nice and interesting.
  • Great park for kids and adults really well done. And on top of it all it is free
  • Nice clean curated park on the outskirts of Madrid. Features models of various famous buildings from European cities. Plenty of activities to keep kids entertained including a zip wire, go karts, and paddle boats. Drawbacks are: most of the activities don't open until early evening, the park is situated on the outskirts of Madrid, and the cafe looks and feels a little run down.