Parque de Oueste is a shady park toward the north of the city. The park is known for its rose gardens, as well as being home to the Temple of Debod, a gift for the Egyptian state in 1968. The overlook of the park offers beautiful views of the Royal Palace and the larger Casa Del Campo. It's an ideal spot to split a bottle of wine with friends and watch the sunset after a long day of exploring Madrid.
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Parque del Oeste: Crowd-Free Green Space in Madrid
“Not as crowded as other city parks, Parque del Oeste has a beautiful rose garden and cafés where you can stop for ice cream. I’ve been coming here since I was 15. Now I bring my daughter for picnics.”
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