One of my favorite places in the city to watch the sunset! You'll find many locals here lounging around, some with a full on picnic set up (Spanish guitar and all), others just walking their dogs and people watching. Bring a bottle of wine or a few beers and watch the city go from day to night. The temple itself is free to enter during specific hours. I'll spare the details on the history as it is much better to learn about in person.Have a great photo-op and walk around the park. If you hit the right corner, you'll also find yourself with one of the best views of the Palacio Real (Royal Palace).
DE wave high temple stands at the top of the hill, the style is very simple of primitive simplicity, architectural style of ancient Egypt, see introduction know moved out of Egypt, before is located in the Banks of the Nile, and there are 2000 years old, is really quite old. DE temple surrounded by green water, appear very chic, to the reflection of symmetrical scene shooting pictures. This temple is free and open, can be in, but needs to be stressed the point that it''s opening time is very strange, there was a time in the afternoon is not open, so if you have in the plan, must be good, be sure to check in advance open time arrangement, don''t flapping empty air. Debord''s park overlooking the distant Madrid palace and the temple al MuDeNa cathedral or nice view!
A magnificent piece of Egypt in the heart of Madrid