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Find Your Way to Parque Warner: Transportation Routes & Tips


Where is Parque Warner Located?

Address:  A-4, salida 22, 28330 San Martín de la Vega, Madrid, Spain

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Parque Warner Madrid is conveniently located right off a major highway, Parque Warner Madrid enjoys an easily accessible address in the town of San Martín de la Vega.

Closest Landmark: Parque Warner Beach

Getting to Parque Warner by Public Transport

By Bus

Best for: Budget-conscious travelers 

Travel time: 34 minutes

Closest station: Parque De Ocio

Timings: If the park is open, the bus’s timings vary from September 1 to July 31 and August 1 to 31, so ensure you check the schedule before departing.

  • Bus line 412 from La Veloz (Villaverde Bajo interchange) which stops at the park entrance.

By Train

Best for: Saving time

Travel time: 25-30 minutes ( From Madrid City Centre ) 

Closest station: Pinto station

Timings: A train is available every 60 minutes

  • Board a train from any station in Madrid city centre and get down at the Pinto station on the C-3 line.
  • Next, take bus number 413 from La Veloz to reach Parque Warner’s entrance. Check the bus schedule before departing.

Getting To Parque Warner By Car

Driving Route

Best for: Exploring the city at your pace

Travel Time: Around 30 minutes (from central Madrid)

Distance: Approximately 33.7 KM

Parque Warner Madrid, located in San Martín de la Vega just outside Madrid, can be easily reached by car. The quickest route is to take the A-4 Highway, leave from exit 22 and follow the signs to Parque Warner Madrid. The drive takes around 30 minutes from central Madrid, depending on traffic conditions.

Upon arriving, you will find accessible outdoor parking facilities at the park for all visitors. Remember to follow all local traffic rules and speed limits when driving to Parque Warner Madrid.

Parking Facilities

Parking can fill up on peak days, so arriving early is recommended to secure a convenient spot. There are several parking options near Parque Warner Madrid, including the following:

Walk or Cycle to Parque Warner

Best for: Eco-conscious travelers with time on their hands

Travel time: About 1 hour and 50 minutes.

Since Parque Warner Madrid is located around 33 KM from Madrid city center, walking or cycling there isn’t feasible due to the long distance and lack of dedicated cycling paths for the entire journey, if you are an experienced cyclist and determined to attempt it, you can consider the following general route:

  1. Start in Central Madrid: Begin your journey in the heart of Madrid, near landmarks like Puerta del Sol or Retiro Park.
  2. Head South: Cycle south towards the A-4 Highway, which leads to Parque Warner Madrid. You may need to use a GPS or navigation app to find the most suitable roads for cycling.
  3. Use Local Roads: As you get closer to the park, try to use local roads or streets that are less busy and more cyclist-friendly. Avoid major highways.
  4. Follow Signage: Keep an eye out for any signage that may direct you towards Parque Warner Madrid. The park is a well-known attraction, so there may be signs along the way.

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All Your Questions Answered About Directions to Parque Warner in Madrid

Where is Parque Warner located?

The address is A-4, Salida 22, 28330 San Martín de la Vega, Madrid, Spain. It's right off the M-506 highway near Exit 15.

What city is Parque Warner in?

 Parque Warner is located in the town of San Martín de la Vega, part of the autonomous community of Madrid in Spain. It is situated around 30 KM southwest of Madrid city center.

What are the different ways to reach Parque Warner, Madrid?

You can reach Parque Warner, Madrid by bus, train, or taxi. Driving to the park by car is also very convenient.

How do I get to Parque Warner, Madrid by train?

Take the C-3 or C-4 commuter train lines from Madrid Chamartín or Atocha stations and get off at the Pinto station. The journey takes around 30 minutes.

Which is the closest train station to Parque Warner, Madrid?

Pinto station on the C-3 and commuter rail lines is the nearest train station

How do I get to Parque Warner, Madrid by bus?

Take bus 412 from Madrid directly to Parque Warner. It drops you right at the entrance. The journey takes around 34 minutes.

Which is the closest bus stop to Parque Warner, Madrid?

 The closest bus stop is Parque Warner, served by bus 412 from Madrid. The stop is right at the park entrance.

Is parking available at Parque Warner, Madrid?

Yes, parking is available at Parque Warner Madrid, and regular parking is free for all visitors. There is also reserved and motorhome parking space at the park.

What is the best way to get to Parque Warner if I want to sightsee on my way?

The best way would be to drive so you can stop along the way. Or you can take the train and sightsee in Madrid before heading to the park.

How do I get to Parque Warner, Madrid by car?

Take the M-40 ring road to the M-506 highway towards San Martín de la Vega. Exit at junction 15 and follow signs to Parque Warner. Driving takes around 30 minutes from Madrid.

Can I walk to Parque Warner, Madrid?

No, the park is around 30 KM from Madrid city center, so walking such a long distance is not a feasible option.

Is there any boat service to Parque Warner, Madrid?

No direct boat service is available to reach Parque Warner in Madrid.

Can I cycle to Parque Warner Madrid?

Yes, you can cycle to Parque Warner Madrid, but it will take you approximately 2 hours since it's around 33 KM from Madrid city center.

What is the easiest way to reach Parque Warner Madrid?

The easiest way is to take bus 412 directly from Madrid as it drops you right at the park entrance. Driving to the park is also quite convenient via the M-506 highway.