How to get there

A unique enclave in the heart of Madrid

The Royal Botanical Garden Alfonso XIII of the Complutense University of Madrid is a living space that houses more than a thousand natural species in its 6000 m2. Here we enjoy the magic of music in nature during the summer nights.

A myriad of ways to get there

Getting to Noches del Botánico is very easy. We encourage you to take a walk before arriving and enjoy the city. Take advantage of the summer evenings to walk, cycle, scooter or use public transport to give the planet a break. Find out about all the routes and transport options below.


We invite you to enjoy the shade of the trees, stay hydrated and Live Madrid. Remember that we are close to Moncloa, Gaztambide and Tetuán, from where you can reach us on foot without any inconvenience. 


You can get to the gate of the site as you wish and in a sustainable way.

More information here


No matter where you're coming from or where you're going, the Madrid Metro will always take you there.

Find out how to get around on the Metro here


Enjoy the incomparable feeling of freedom of riding a bike or scooter while being cooled by the wind.

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Own vehicle

We know that driving your own car or motorbike can be one of the most comfortable options but remember that it is important to share the route.

Explore where to park here


If it's all about appreciating the city, going by bus is a great option. Connecting routes and enjoying the beauty that Madrid has to offer.

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