Cerro del Tio Pio reprobably represents the best panoramic views in Madrid
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Where can I find the best panoramic views in Madrid? Check our opinion!

Many guests that visit our street art tour, ask us about alternative things to do in town. Thus we curated a guide where we mention the best panoramic views in Madrid. Places where, with the right weather conditions, you will see the citycenter from a different point of view, escaping from the traffic’s noise. Check them out!

It is in Vallecas where you will enjoy the best panoramic views in Madrid.

Cerro del Tio Pio reprobably represents the best panoramic views in Madrid

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The best panoramic views in Madrid from the south-east side of town

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For us, it won’t be the first time we listen about Vallecas, but if it is the first time for you, listen carefully! You should know that it is one of the most famous working-class neighborhoods the city’s south area. Rayo Vallecano FC is the football team of the neighborhood which is playing in the second Spanish football league. The street art in Vallecas is amazing, with murals everywhere and the best panoramic views in Madrid might be taken from Parque de las siete tetas (7 hills/boobs park). Nearest metro station is Buenos Aires (Line 1). Once you get there, type in google the name of the park and you’ll be there within 15 minutes walking distance. A place totally worth the visit!

Spring season and summer time are the most frequented periods of the year. You will also be able to listen to live music on Sundays, but not on a regular basis. Do not forget to bring your own booze because there are no chinos (convenient stores) around. We would also recommend you to bring a big beach style towel to lay down in the grass.

Under payment options: best panoramic views in Madrid.

People who would like to experience the best panoramic views in Madrid on the heights, might visit Faro de Moncloa. It’s an observation tower located 110 meters above the ground which will allow you to observe the whole city and its different spotlights: Royal Palace, Casa de Campo or the Four Towers business area. An almost 360º view of Spain’s capital.

Get off at Moncloa metro station (Lines 3 & 6) and walk towards the big tower. You might even step over a former trail track which connected Madrid’s west zone with the city center. Entry costs 3 euros for adults (discount applies to children and elders). Preferably to be visited during lunch time to avoid the crowd.

The best panoramic views in Madrid from Moncloa's observation tower.

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The best panoramic views in Madrid will let you see El Piruli, former communication tower.

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Did we forget that the city center also has the best panoramic views in Madrid?

If you type in google “best sunset in Madrid” probably the majority of the websites would refer you to this place. Templo de Debod is a present from the Egyptian government to Spanish institutions. The domes, in front of Casa de Campo park, will offer you an incredible location; that’s why we chose this place in 3rd position for our best panoramic views in Madrid. Now, what are yours? Is there any specific location over Madrid’s mountain range that you would like to recommend us?

It’s walking distance from the city center, makes this stunning viewpoint in Madrid a must for first time visitors. Plaza de España is the nearest metro station, 5 minutes from this temple.

A public park close to Plaza España is also featured on the guide for best panoramic views in Madrid

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The best panoramic views in Madrid portraits the Royal Palace

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