Plaza de OrienteCalle de Bailén, 17, Madrid
2.0 Stars written by Sirus Laia
Excellent designed Plaza, but the amount of dust flying around can be a high risk for your heath. Note: Not only here but in every park I visited in Madrid, Spaniards love to enrich the path ways in their parks with those fine sticky sands that in summer and the time of the year like this (I was in Madrid in October) will easily fly in the air and stick to your shoes and make your fashion trainers look garbage. Probably I could say this because I'm living in London where there are many parks around without his problems.
4.0 Stars written by Andrew L
Reasonable gardens but not extensive. A good place to walk through rather than stay.
5.0 Stars written by Carlos García Puerta
It is a very picturesque place of Madrid full of history. In one side it is the theatre of the opera and across the gardens you can find the Royal Palace. On the sides of the gardens, you can find the statues of the visigoths kings that reigned in the iberic peninsula. Also there are good cafes around and it is next to the Sabatini gardens. It is a place every person visiting Madrid should go.
5.0 Stars written by Alexander Penny
A very nice place for something like this. A nice area, well kept and has a heart to the place.
Conclusion: As far as these places go this is the best one I’ve been to in Spain (so far).
5.0 Stars written by rudd plate
The gardens were beautiful, the people watching was fun. Nice place to sit after a long walk