You can find these bikes almost everywhere in the city. If you are an occasional user, just follow the instructions on the display at the bike station. The bikes are half electric making your bike trip even easier. Download the app to see how many bikes are available at any given station.
Madrid’s equivalent of New York’s High Line but bigger and greener. Along the Manzanares River a 30-kilometre cycling path (shared with pedestrians) also connects to the ‘Anillo Verde’ (Green Ring), the cycling path that encircles greater Madrid. In summer, Madrid Río becomes an urban beach.
Casa de Campo
Moncloa – Aravaca
The park has a 17-km route created especially for cyclists. It borders the entire perimeter of the park and includes emblematic points of interest such as the Antequinas stream, the House of Cows and Covatillas hill. Take a 2-hour tour and enjoy the biggest green park of the city.
Plaza de Oriente
Bike to Plaza de Oriente where you can see the Opera house, the Royal Palace and Almudena Cathedral. Continue your tour towards Parque del Oeste and make a quick stop at the Debod Temple to admire the views of Casa de Campo Park.
Parque Felipe VI
Parque Felipe VI, in Valdebebas district, used to be agricultural land but has since been upgraded. Since it is not yet very known, you might well be the only person biking through the 470-hectare park. This beautiful landscape design combines vegetation and trees that are typical of the centre of the Iberian Peninsula.