The Madrid Teleferico is one of the most famous attractions of the Spanish capital. The Madrid Teleferico is one cable car that connects the Paseo de Rosales to the Casa de Campo Park. The closest metro is Argüelles (L4).
The trip by cableway it lasts about 15 minutes, with explanations of the monuments and places that can be seen from above. The ancient Principe Pio train station, the hermitages of San Antonio de la Florida decorated with frescoes by Francisco de Goya, the Royal Palace and its gardens, the Almudena, the Manzanares river, the park of the West with the Rosealda and the Temple of Debod, the amusement park, ...
This experience is beautiful, especially if you choose a sunny day, to fully enjoy the breathtaking views. Upon arrival in the upper area, you can stroll through the park House, the largest urban park in Spain.
Opening hours vary according to the time of year. The opening hours vary between 11 and 12 noon. Closing varies from 16 to 21. For more information visit the official website.
The cost of the ticket one way is 4,20 €
The cost of the ticket roundtrip is 5,90 €
Children are 3 years old enter for free
Ticket for the Cable car + Zoo Aquarium Madrid € 24,45 (adults) and € 20,75 (children are 7 years old)
Ticket for the Cable Car + Madrid Amusement Park € 33 (adults) and € 26,5 (children under 140cm tall)
How to reach us
You can arrive at two departure stations of the Madrid Teleferico easily, by public transport. The recommended public transport stations to get to are: Rosales Station and Casa de Campo Station.
If you want to arrive by meter you need to get on one of the metro 3, 4 and 6 and get off at Argüelles.
If you want to arrive in bus, the useful lines are 21 and 74.