Climb the lighthouse of Moncloa

After closing for 10 years the Moncloa Lighthouse has reopened it’s doors! At 92 meters high, it’s a perfect panorama of Madrid for only 3 euros, with discounts for children and seniors!

Moncloa Lighthouse (photo by feelmadrid.com)
Moncloa Lighthouse (photo by feelmadrid.com)

Madrid is landlocked but it has a lighthouse (yes, that is our style). Next to the Complutense University is the famous lighthouse of Moncloa, closed since 2005 and open again the last April 24th.

Panoramic views at 92 meters high, it is envisaged throughout the city and beyond, as the Pardo, Casa de Campo or the mountains of Sierra de Guadarrama.

The tickets are 3€ and 1,5€ for children (between 7 and 14 years old), unemployed, older than 65 years old and disabled people. Free for children until 6 years old.

Opening from 9.30 am to 8.30 pm. There are guided tours (45 minutes) from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, in Spanish and English.

As we say: ¡De Madrid al cielo! (from Madrid to the heaven!).

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