The emblematic Casa de Campo is home to two traditional parks in Madrid. One is the Atracciones Park, which has been serving locals and visitors since 1969. Frequent renovations have led to modern facilities, with more than 40 attractions, hobbies and entertainment, as well as an indoor auditorium, several restaurants, and free parking.
The other major entertainment centre in Casa de Campo is the Zoo Aquarium. It was opened in 1972 as a replacement of the legendary Menagerie El Retiro, dating back to 1770. It is the only European theme park that brings together the zoo, Dolphinarium, Aquarium, Aviary and other specific attractions such as pavilion of 'Naturaleza Misteriosa', which includes fish, amphibians, reptiles, and a "small Farm" with domestic animals.
Micropolix is quite a special park that's created for children. Located in San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid, it has 9,000 square metres for your enjoyment. In Micropolix, children between the age of 4 and 14 are the true residents, while parents are "tourists". Children learn to work in different trades and charge in Eurix for carrying out jobs. It is certainly an interesting experience.
Faunia theme park has an area of 140,000 square metres in Valdebernardo district. It offers a different take on animals and how they live in nature. The intention of Faunia is to awaken the senses with proposals developed in four distinct ecosystems, with its own climatic characteristics, as well as its fauna and flora. If all this sounds tiring, don't worry as there are specially dedicated areas for relaxation and drinks throughout the tour.
Safari Madrid is another unique theme park with animals. The nature reserve located in Aldea del Fresno lets you see all kinds of wild animals in their natural habitats from your own vehicle.