3.56 mi

Elevation gain

0 ft

Technical difficulty


Elevation loss

30 ft

Max elevation

1,557 ft



Min elevation

1,510 ft

Trail type

One Way

Moving time

one hour 24 minutes


one hour 59 minutes




September 29, 2018


September 2018
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1,557 ft
1,510 ft
3.56 mi

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near Palacio, Madrid (España)

Walk through MADRID Rio

Puerta de San Vicente

The Puerta de San Vicente is a monumental door located in the Glorieta de San Vicente in Madrid (Spain) .It occupies since 1995 the space in which between 1775 and 1892 was the original door, work of the architect Francesco Sabatini.

Puente Segovia

The bridge of Segovia is a Renaissance monument of the Spanish city of Madrid, work of the architect Juan de Herrera. It is located at the intersection of Segovia Street and the Manzanares River, a point that has historically been one of the main accesses to the town. Formerly known as "Puente Segovia", the first references of this construction date from the fourteenth century, when King Alfonso XI of Castilla authorized its construction by two letters written in 1345 and 1346. In the first drawings and paintings of the city, dated in the sixteenth century, the bridge appeared well with nine arches, well with thirteen.

Puente del Principado de Andorra

The bridge is signed by the authors of the Madrid Río project and engineers Juan Luis Bellod and Peter Tanner have also participated in its design. The three arms that compose it total more than 100 meters. It is one of the 17 pedestrian and bicycle footbridges that Madrid Río has.

Lateral Vicente Calderón


Estadio Vicente Calderon

The Vicente Calderón Stadium is a sports venue that was owned by the Club Atlético de Madrid, located on the banks of the Manzanares River in the district of Imperial, district of Arganzuela, in Madrid, Spain. The stadium has a capacity of 54,907 seats, with its grandstand divided into two levels, forming two continuous rings with the exception of its west grandstand or preferably, located on the banks of the Manzanares, on the M-30 ring road. Opened on October 2, 1966, it was the stadium of the rojiblanco club for 51 years, until the 2016/17 season, after which it changed its headquarters to the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium. The last match of official competition that played in this stadium was Atlético-Athletic (3-1), corresponding to the 38th round of the National League Championship 2016/17, played on May 21. Finally, it hosted the final of the Championship of Spain-Cup of HM the King 2016/17, played on May 27.

Puente toledo

The Toledo bridge is located in the Spanish city of Madrid. It is Baroque Churrigueresque style and was built between 1718 and 1732 by the architect Pedro de Ribera. It unites both banks of the Manzanares River, linking the pyramid gazebo, on the east bank, with the Marqués de Vadillo roundabout, on the west bank.

Playa Madrid




Puente del Invernadero


Jardines La Chopera


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