A green area with a renovated auditorium in the southeast of the Spanish capital.
Cerro Almodóvar Park is a green space in the neighbourhood of Aluche with an area of 173,477 square metres which is located between the streets Calle Duquesa de Parcent, Calle José Maruelo, Calle Marcelino Castillo and Calle Los Yébenes.
The park is quite heavily wooded, with over 110,000 trees, mainly Siberian elms, pinyon pines, poplars from Canada and maple trees, as well as bushes like rose mallow and thuja and over 6,848 square metres of shrub beds that include species like cotoneaster, spiraea and forsythia.
Notable park features include the open-air auditorium run by the Latina District Council. Shaped like an amphitheatre, it was recently renovated and hosts events from the district’s cultural programme and Veranos de la Villa festival.
The filming permits to shoot on the public parks and gardens of the city of Madrid are managed by the Filming Authorization Bureau. For more information on these permits and how to process them, read the How to film in Madrid page.
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