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Go here to watch the sunset and enjoy an amazing view of the Royal palace and the cathedral.
The temple is magical and transports your mind to the Nile.
One of my favourite places in Madrid.
Great for pictures ;)
Unfortunately they were renovating the area so the water had been drained away but to see this old egyptian temple was worthwhile.Check to see if they have finished if you wish to go inside though i felt it was a significant piece just by being...More
Luckily the weather held for this quick climb up to the top of a hill near the Royal Palace - and I was rewarded with excellent views of palace and city - you really can see for miles so it's worth the effort. This ancient...More
this is monumental as Spain was gifted with the rocks from Egypt.
There is security 24 X 7 here
they emptied the water and its not the same as it looks in the picture. hope they fill back the water.
lot of homeless around the...More
This temple is a present from the Egyptian Government in the 70s to Spain, a real Pharaohs temple in the centre of Madrid. But this is not its main interest, the best is the views from the adjoining garden, views of Casa de Campo, a...More
Took a tour round this Egyptian temple that was donated to The Spanish people by the Egyptian in return for their help saving the temples of Abu Simbal when the Aswan Dam was built.
You have to be fit to walking around the ancient stairs,...More
Unless you’re having a picnic because it has really nice grounds the sightseeing is quick. This is a temple gifted to Spain from Egypt. It was dismantled and then put together in actually another area before where it is now. I was told on a...More
Just south of the sprawling campus of the Complutense University of Madrid, Arguelles exudes a fast-paced, collegiate vibe. The main street, Calle Princesa, is filled with twenty-somethings rushing between classes and errands, meeting up with classmates, and grabbing cheap beers and cheap eats. This is a prime shopping spot where the major Spanish clothing and department store chains are less busy than their downtown
counterparts, and there is an array of casual dining options to choose from. Check out nearby outdoor spaces such as the lushly planted Plaza de España to the south, which is often filled with craft stalls. To the west of Arguelles is the giant Parque Oueste, a calm and picturesque park with its own Egyptian temple.
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As most of the previous answers have said that it is an open park. I don't recall any gates anywhere, but it i possible the temple buildings could be closed off for the night, for security and safety of the temple... More
As most of the previous answers have said that it is an open park. I don't recall any gates anywhere, but it i possible the temple buildings could be closed off for the night, for security and safety of the temple structures. Otherwise it should be accessible year round.