Parque de El Capricho

September 27, 2017 | Activities, Madrid, Spain

A very tranquil park, perfect for a stroll with a buggy. This is more of a formal garden than play park. The park was created by the Duke and Duchess of Osuna in 1784. The Park houses important botanical, sculptural, and artistic treasures. Among them are shrines, hermitages, fountains, small plazas, and the palace of dukes, among others. The garden is composed of three sections: the parterre or French garden, the English landscape, and the Italian giardino.
Metro: El Capricho

 

 

Recommended by Harriet Browning


Contact Details: Paseo de la Alameda de Osuna, 25, 28042 Madrid / www.esmadrid.com/informacion-turistica/parque-del-capricho

One response to “Parque de El Capricho”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    There are no swings/play areas and its more suited to strolling around than going crazy. (Harriet Browning)

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