Casa de Campo is the largest park in the Spanish capital city, Madrid. The meaning of the name of the park in English is ‘Country House’, which is due to the park formerly being a hunting estate of the royal family. The park is a nice place for a walk and locals frequently hold picnics in the park. The park also has a zoo and an area of the park is used for concerts in the summer.
The park is situated in the downtown area of the city and is accessible by the local subway system with lines 5 and 10s ‘Lago’, ‘Casa de Campo’ and ‘Batan’ stations all serving the park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open to the public every day throughout the year and is also free to access.