The Natural Park of Faunia

Publicado el 29 June 2011
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On your next trip to Madrid don’t make a visit to the Park Faunia, it is not a place just for children, young and not so young can pass it from wonders in this huge natural area that is home to thousands of species of animals from all over the world.

In the Park Zoo and garden of Faunia are ecosystems more exciting and fun, here we can play in the tropical rain, observing a Lynx hunting at night, experience the same polar cold where penguins live or know the most dangerous animals of the land in the new area of the park known as venom.

Faunia is divided into thematic areas: Theatre Lake, Lake, butterfly garden-Polinario, hive, La Noche, Polar ecosystem, La jungle, evolution, aviary, Wallaby territory, territory Meerkat, Jurassic, island Apple, La Granja, El Nido and the new Pavilion poison, a single-minded site unique in Spain where there are more than 50 species that stand out by their dangerousness.

Park Faunia

The Park Natural Faunia is not too far from the Centre, you can travel on Metro Red line, L2 from Sun in direction to sales and make the change in Príncipe vergara to take the Line purple L9 in direction of Arganda del Rey, descending must be very attentive to the signs not to be missed. Otherwise it is go bus stops that are almost on the doorstep of the Park. If you only travel by car it should take the road of Valencia from the M30, everything is well signposted.

The Faunia operation hours are from 10 to 21 hours and the cost of entry (8 to 64 years) is 24,90 EUR, children (3 to 7 years old) pay 18.90 €.

A visit to the Park Faunia is fun and guaranteed education. On the farm there are bars and restaurants, but if you want a different program you can bring your own lunch and eat from the Lake to enjoy the landscape. The entire Park is so quiet that it is hard to believe that you still have in Madrid.

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