Campo del Moro is located behind the palace and you can reach there from the palace in 20 minutes on foot. If you walk from the Madrid-Príncipe Pío Station, it will take 3 minutes.
The garden was built during the reign of King Philip II and it has a wide area with lots of trees. There are different types of buildings built in Gothic or village style and there is a fountain and statue, etc. It is one of the best place to go jogging and take leisure photos.
You can find peacock in the garden. The peacock likes walking around the garden and if you are lucky you can see the fanning of the peacock tail.
Campo del Moro Gardens
Address: Paseo Virgen del Puerto, s/n 28005 Madrid
October - March: Mon – Sun: 10am – 6pm
April - September: Mon – Sun: 9am – 9pm
Photo © Patrimonio Nacional