If you are one of those who like gardens, we offer you a small guide in which you will discover some of the most beautiful and unknown of Madrid.

Garden of the Prince of Anglona

Located near El Anciano Rey, in Plaza de la Paja. Its source and its paved roads will give you the feeling of having left the center of Madrid. In spring, it becomes a spectacular rose garden.

Gardens of the Sorolla Museum

It is part of the Sorolla Museum, on Calle Martinez Campos, 37. With Arabic influence, its creator wanted to emulate other gardens such as the Royal Alcazar of Seville and the Generalife of Granada.

Garden of the Palace of Linares

Although badly damaged by the passage of time, it is still a beautiful garden that is part of the palace of the same name that is located in the Plaza de la Cibeles. It was created in 1879 by Carlos Colubí, Manuel Aníbal Álvarez-Amorós and Adolf Ombrecht. One of its best known parts is a small pavilion called Doll House.

The Garden of the nuns

On Calle Sacramento, 7, this beautiful corner that was part of a convent until 1972 was located. It was originally an orchard and continues to evoke the Madrid of the Golden Age.

The almond garden of La Quinta de los Molinos

It is a little known park that is currently resurfacing. In it there are 6,000 almond trees that offer an impressive spectacle. It also contains a pond and a small building called “Casa del Reloj”. It is on Calle Alcala 527

 Gardens of the Reina Sofia Center

Located on Calle Santa Isabel 32, it was built by Sabatini, although it was reformed in 1850. After successive interventions it gave rise to a splendid garden. Inside are two magnificent splendid neoclassical fountains.

After visiting so peaciful gardens now you feel like a bit of hustle and bustle. Well the best thing is that you come to El Anciano Rey where you will find the most authentic atmosphere of a Madrid tavern. We will wait for you.