Skip to Content
Madrid City in English
Saturday 25th of November 2017
27th of December 2012 by admin 18th of December 2014
Walkie Talkie

Walk and talk in English with native speaker, in the Sierra of Madrid
Pasear y charlar en inglés en la sierra de Madrid

Valle de Fuenfría  

Fuenfria Valley Walks

We are doing regular guided walks in English through the beautiful Fuenfria valley in Cercedilla. They cost €5 / person. We depart from Cercedilla train station at 12:45 and return about two and a half hours later.

The idea is to walk and talk in English, get some exercise and have some fun at the same time.

If you are interested then please leave your details and SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HERE.

 

How to get there

Cercanías train C2 leaves Atocha at 11 in the morning and arrives in Cercedilla at 12.20.

By bus: Larrea (684) leaves Moncloa at 11:40. About an hour later you need to get off at Cercedilla RENFE station. It's just after you go under a railway bridge.

By car you can take the motorway A6 (carretera de Coruña) and take the first exit for Guadarrama. Drive through the town and you'll come to a right-hand turn signposted for Cercedilla.

 

What to bring

In winter we should bring impermeable clothes and footwear (mountain boots are best) and maybe a change of clothes if rain is forecast. A sandwich (bocadillo) and something to drink.

We try to do a route with good tree coverage.

 

Contact

Nick 618 434 067

madrid [dot] action [at] gmail [dot] com

Rate This

No votes yet

Report a mistake

Comments

Comments

Hi Celeste, thanks for

admin's picture

Hi Celeste, thanks for signing up for the newsletter. You should receive some information each Friday. Until now the weather has been very bad, but hopefully we will be able to have a walkie talkie soon.

how many native people

Guest's picture

Hi! It is a very interesting activity. I would like to know natives (english spoken people) use to go to the activity. Is it posible to know in advance how many people will go to the activity and if they are spanish spoken or english spoken?
Thank you!