Is it possible to visit the main European cities and their most representative monuments without leaving Madrid? The answer is yes. In the Madrid town of Torrejón de Ardoz is the Europa Park, which has replicas of 17 European monuments and an original fragment of the Berlin Wall.
Among them are the famous Tower of Belém, an ancient military construction located in the city of Lisbon, or Michelangelo's David, considered the best sculpture made by man and whose original can be visited at the Academy of Florence.
The most photographed monument in France also has its place in the Europa Park. The Eiffel Tower in Paris was built in 1889 for a Universal Exhibition and has become a Parisian icon visited by more than 7 million tourists every year.
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Madrid's Puerta de Alcalá, the typical windmills of Holland or the Trevi Fountain in Rome are some of the monuments that can be seen and enjoyed in Europa Park.
But not only that, the Europa Park has more than 5,000 trees, 60,000 shrubs and 120,000 seasonal flowers that make walking through it an unforgettable experience.
Do not miss this free walk through Europe, its monuments and history without leaving Madrid.
More information: Parque Europa. Torrejón de Ardoz
Image: Parque Europa