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The cable car of Madrid (Teleférico de Madrid)

The cable car (which can be taken from Paseo del Pintor Rosales station or Casa de Campo station) is an ideal way for locals and tourists to tour the best green areas of the city, appreciating the oldest part of this city from the air. Taking the cable car not only offers unparalleled views, but also serves as a fast and sustainable mode of transport, allowing passengers to travel directly from the city center to the countryside. The cable car in Madrid has 80 cabins, each capable of accommodating six people. The cable car can accommodate up to 1200 passengers per hour, with a speed of 3.5 meters per second and a total journey time of 11 minutes. The tour distance of the cable car is 2457 meters, with the highest point being 40 meters. The recreational facilities in the countryside include amusement parks and zoos. The amusement park is one of the most complete urban recreational facilities in Spain, with facilities suitable for various tastes and ages. The zoo is one of the most important zoos in the world, with animals from all five continents.
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Posted: Feb 11, 2024
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