Plaza de Murillo, 2

The Royal Botanic Garden in Madrid was founded in 1755 during the reign of Fernando VI and has over 30,000 different types of plants from all over the world. There are three areas in the garden and each plant is labelled with its Latin name and species.

It also has a modern greenhouse divided into three areas thus reproducing tropical, temperate and desert like conditions. Entrance to the garden is only € 2 and it is a nice family day out and a great opportunity to escape the city stress.

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