If you are planning a family trip to Madrid, here are some tips to help you get the perfect holiday and enjoy this amazing Spanish city with kids.
Madrid is family friendly and has a lot of attractions, parks, museums, restaurants, aquarium and amusement park for the whole family.
So what is the best way to see Madrid with kids?
Guided bus tour throughout the city To get a general overview of Madrid and its best monuments you should think about booking a guided bus tour throughout the city like the Panoramic Tour.
It may take you to a plethora of significant sights like the Gran Via, a famous avenue with various boutiques, theaters, cinemas and a lot more, the Plaza Espanya, a large and gorgeous sq at the western end of the Gran Via, a University founded in 1293, the Moncloa district, the Calle Mayor with its many historical monuments and attractions, the Puerta del Sol, one of the busiest and most famous places in Madrid. particularly if you don’t have that much time in Madrid, this is a fun and inexpensive option to discover Spain’s capital with your kids.
Using the Metro in Madrid with Kids
The Metro is one of the best ways to explore Madrid, with many stations on the best attractions in the city, you can get one day or a few days pass and travel through the city.
Just be careful from pocket lifting on the metro and crowded places on the city and use a belly purse.
Geocaching with kids in Madrid
Geocaching is a fun activity to help keep your kids motivated while exploring the city.
It’s an outdoor recreational activity wherein the participants use GPS navigation or other navigation techniques to locate the so-called caches that are hidden all over the city.
Your kids will seem like being on their very own treasure hunt.
While having your kids look out for the next cache you can see.
The wonderful architectural sights.
Towards the end of the day, you’ll have visited the main sights of Madrid while keeping your kids in a constant state of excitement.
Parque de Atracciones
The Parque de Atracciones is a theme park located in park Casa de Campo.
It’s a great attraction for a day trip with the entire family.
This theme park preserved the ambiance from when it was built in the 60s. Nonetheless, it’s many modern attractions like roller coasters, white water rides and a haunted house with real live people scaring the guests in their realistic display of vampires along with other spooky creatures.
This park may easily be reached by subway with line 10, getting off at the station Batn.
Warner Brothers Movie World
The Warner Brothers Movie World located about 25 kilometers south of Madrid in San Martin de la Vega is an absolute highlight that you shouldn’t miss visiting with your kids.
Meet your kids favored movie heroes like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck or Batman and enjoy 36 rides and 18 different shows for old and young.
Madrid Zoo Aquarium The Madrid Zoo Aquarium, based in the district Casa del Campo, is with its 20 hectare among the largest zoos in Spain and one of the few where one can see Giant Pandas or orangutans.