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El Bosque Encantado

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El Bosque Encantado

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Ammar A wrote a review Aug 2019
Doha, Qatar59 contributions48 helpful votes
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This place can be as fun or as dull as your imagination allows. Plenty of different tree sculptures from fairy tales to animals. A nice little maze kept the kids happy too. Worth a visit if you have little children.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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jablaga wrote a review Sep 2018
15 contributions2 helpful votes
Relatively close to Madrid, affordable price and in an environment that allows for other visits such as the San Juan swamp or Castillo de Coracera
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Date of experience: June 2018
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karanvivek wrote a review Apr 2018
Evere, Belgium647 contributions85 helpful votes
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Very nice place ... superb location.. amid mountains and forests .. good choice for a day trip from Madrid with friends and family The scriptures made of grass and plants are world class ... fine finishing .. theme based zones and a very interesting maze Plenty of sit out area inside and Plenty of parking space outside Washroom was clean and maintained How to reach - Best way is by car On public transportation from Madrid you need to come to San Martin de valdeiglasis (small town) by Bus, and then walk up the hill (almost 2 KM) Though it’s really pleasant walk , though little tiring It takes around 1 hour and 15 minuets to reach from Principie Pio station Madrid to this small yet beautiful town Only week aspect the very few (close to no) food option, there is cafe that serve nice Coffee, beer and refreshments... though it is also (named as) pizzeria, but pizza is not always available... So high recommendation that you carry some food (or you have to climb down to town for food) Nice place to spend 2-4 hours
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Nicolas R wrote a review Oct 2017
Zamora, Spain93 contributions38 helpful votes
Very expensive for what it is. Crowded. Badly organised with log queues to get in caused by incompetence at the ticket booths.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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carlajaro wrote a review Nov 2016
Madrid, Spain78 contributions7 helpful votes
A bit expensive for my liking, we had to pay 11 euros per person!! We went there last summer, the place was fine, big and spacious. You can see sculptures made of plants and also a wide array of cactuses. Bring food and drinks as the prices inside the park are quite steep
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Date of experience: August 2016
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