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Bicycle route through the Northeast of Madrid

This bike route allows you to discover Madrid from the Northwest area, visiting very interesting places thanks to the bike, with impressive views.

Madrid is a city that can be imagined as hostile to travel by bicycle. A lot of traffic and wide streets that are dangerous for cyclists. But it’s not like that. There are many urban routes that can be taken to reach different parts of the capital and allow you to discover very interesting corners or, at the very least, offer a different view of it. let’s see one of those bike routes what’s for discover interesting things in Madrid.

Northwest Route: from Las Ventas to the Bernabeu

This route allows discover the Northwest area of ​​Madrid. For this, it starts from the Sales Square using the bike lane. The first point of this route is the Juan Carlos I Park, which is where the bike lane ends. There you can make a first stop to refresh yourself and hydrate yourself, since there are many drinking fountains and even bars.

From this it is reached the IFEMA site, which has to be surrounded to continue with the route. The next point on the path is the Valdebebas park, an old dump that has been converted into a very nice garden to visit. From there you get an incredible view of the skyline from Madrid, a feast for the eyes.

From this point continue along the bike path to the well-known viewpoint building. The bike path ends here, but you can continue to the Chamartin station, circulating through streets with little traffic until reaching the Paseo de la Castellana. You pass near the four towers and then you can go down the side lane of the promenade to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. It is an end point for the route, but this can be lengthened as much as you want.

The route has a length of 25 kilometers and has a moderate difficulty. However, if you use a electric bicycleit can be very simple to do.

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