Five Things to Do in Madrid with Kids

Spain, Madrid Guide (B): Five Things to Do in Madrid with Kids

It’s no secret that Madrid is one of my favorite cities to visit – I love the energy, the options and the closest a Spanish city can come to my native Chicago. But it can get overwhelming as a capital city (and one of the largest in Europe!), and even more so for children.

The good news is that the Spanish child is rey in La Capi, and there are plenty of ways to keep them busy. What’s more, the activities, accommodations and even transportation deals, like flights from Expedia, can be cheap with minors, such as with Discountrue coupon deals. Once you’ve taken care of your finances, take a look at a few things that are niño-friendly in Madrid – or just perfect for your kid-at-heart self!

This is not your ordinary zoo or aquarium, and your children will love to see animals roaming about without any chains or wiring. Those who are planning to visit the amusement park located in Casa de Campo – a wonderful green lung not too far from the Royal Palace – will be happy to learn that the Zoo Aquarium is located within the city limits and on public transportation lines. The animals are kept separate from the public by moats filled with water (and some that are not). ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Five Things to Do in Madrid with Kids
Guide Location: Spain » Madrid
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Zoo Aquarium   Parque Warner   Natural Science Museum   El Retiro   Parque del Oeste   Egyptian temple   Cuarta Pared   Teatro Sanpol   Teatro del Arte   La Escalera de Jacob  
Author: Catherine Gaa
Read it on author's website: http://www.sunshineandsiestas.com/2016/04/09/madrid-with-kids/

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