A large neighborhood extending to the northwest of Madrid, Moncloa includes high-class residential areas, such as Puerta de Hierro o Aravaca; more urban ones, such as Argüelles, the city’s largest university campus; and some of the city’s best parks: Casa de Campo, Parque del Oeste (with the Templo de Debod gardens), and La Dehesa de la Villa.
POINTS OF INTEREST
One of the most comprehensive zoological parks in Europe, Madrid's zoo houses a large variety of animals (including rarities such…Learn More >
Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida (Goya’s tomb)
Built between 1792 and 1798 by the Italian architect Francisco Fontana, this neoclassical church was financed by King Carlos IV,…Learn More >
Museo del Traje
This museum traces the evolution of dress in Spain, from old royal burial garments (very few of which remain) through…Learn More >