Parque Europa is a fun outing for the whole family
Most parks in Spain are built to give some green space to the cities and towns. They are an oasis from cement and usually have walking trails and an atmosphere inciting people to relax. While Parque Europe does have the green space, it is a park that invites families to enjoy activities that will keep everyone entertained for the entire day.
Walking around the park is an adventure in itself as there are replicas of 18 famous European monuments. Some of the replicas are built to actual size but others are a smaller version built to scale. You will see the London Bridge, Trevi Fountain, David (by Michelangelo), Eiffel Tower, Brandenburg Gate and the Puerta de Alcala among other monuments.
Parque Europa is free to visit, but there are some activities within the park that are privately owned and charge admission to see. These include boat rides along a small lake, archery centre, multi adventure park, laser maze, pony rides, trampolines, rides at the farm, mini golf, wildlife adventure and guided tours.
If you get hungry there are three restaurants and numerous snack areas or ice cream stands to keep up your energy. Or you can bring your own backpack and use the picnic area the park has provided.
Getting to Parque Europa:
Parque Europa is in Torrejon de Ardoz, (10 minutes from Madrid)
Cercania Train: From Atocha station take the C8 line to Torrejon station then take bus Line 2
Bus: From Madrid: Line 224-A from Avenida de America in Madrid