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“Great experience with kids”
Review of Parque Europa

Parque Europa
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Reviewed July 31, 2012

This is a wonderful park for a leisurely stroll and lots to do for kids. A warning though, the artificial lakes make for a severe mosquito problem, our whole party had severe bites on all exposed areas, so take mosquito repellant.

2  Thank Broughshane
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

This place I think is the only one in Europe. It has one representative monument from each european country in small scale. It´s cleaned and is big. It´s a bit far from Madrid centre, but it´s worth it.

Thank Jorge G
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Reviewed February 8, 2012

a bit tricky to get to but interesting. Basically a park full of scale models of European monuments. Lacking in shade when we went but should improve with age.

1  Thank Hannah D
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Reviewed June 17, 2011

To get to the park from Madrid,´my family and I took the metro to Avda. de America which is on line 6. Then we went upstairs to the bus depot. There we took bus 224A for 6E one way. That price included my wife, daughter and I. The bus drops you off about 100 yards from the entrance.
This new park (it opened Sept 2010) takes you on a bucolic tour of iconic recreated European landmarks. London Bridge, Eiffel Tower and the Brandenburg Gate etc. Great for photo opps and the history of the sites are written in Spanish and English. There is also different playground divided by age and a cafeteria with a 10E a la carte menu.
There are ponds where you can rent paddle boats, but they were not open we went on a Friday. They also have a army type obstacle course and freeze tag zone. Groups of school kids were participating in these areas. I think you have to make reservations if you want to use these service.
Entrance to the Park is FREE.

4  Thank Adam B
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