Time Out says
The interminable works on the M-30 finally paid off and it’s now a pleasure to walk along the banks of the Manzanares. There are a considerable number of leisure areas with swings, ziplines and slides along these ten kilometres of green zone. There are also fountains and streams for kids to play with in summer and bars with extensive terrace seating.
The park has majestic bridges that unite both banks, like the Puente de Segovia and the Puente de Toledo or the two art-nouveau style bridges named Matadero and Invernadero, the Puente Oblicuo, Puente Andorra and Puente Monumental de Arganzuela. To this, you must add green spaces like Salón de los Pinos and the Jardines de Aniceto Marinas, which turn a stroll around Madrid Río into a real pleasure. Don’t forget to bring your bicycles and roller skates!
Ribera del río Manzanares
|Transport:||Príncipe Pío (M: L6, L10, R), Pirámides (M: L5), Legazpi (M: L3, L6)|