Micropolix, Madrid

2.6
#68 of 138 in Theme Parks in Spain
Children learn by mimicry, and what better place to practice their copycat behavior than in a city built just for them, Micropolix. At this attraction, a child holds a job and earns currency, which he deposits in a bank and spends on activities and shopping. Each activity is sponsored by a private company. The mix of entrepreneurship and creative edutainment attracts thousands of visitors every year. Plan to see Micropolix and other attractions that appeal to you using our Madrid trip itinerary planning site .
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4.2
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  • We take a few days of vacation to go to Micropolix with our four-year-old son, the word is disappointment, there are several details that should change. -The price for adults: extremely expensive for what it is, tumbling from one side to another with children unable to do absolutely anything (they tell you that you can dance with them and ATV ride, but the two activities are a rubbish). -Tails: Luckily, we arrived in the morning and our son Yes able to enjoy various activities, from the four or five in the afternoon is almost impossible to do something because of the queues. -Retain the family in embarrassing Micropolix:e that leave out enclosure adults and children, hiding behind a so-called "security clearance", since it gives parents and children the same bracelet, seemed like the worst thing It is a manoeuvre designed to not get out of there and that both children and parents have to eat in Micropolix (less evil that had also been my sister-in-law and we could take turns). -The comida:cara and Emetic, fast food of the poorer quality and worse taste, I don't think that it does cost either a hamburger or a few dogs to do a little good, bad paint and inedible. Of course we will not return, I give two stars and not one because my son well passed it, but the organization is very poor.
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  • We have come to Madrid on vacation and it was to my 11 year old daughter thrilled visit micropolix. But the visit has been very bad and boring. What made him more excited was earning money to get the driver's license. From the 8 closed the driving licence, without notice. To that I add that my 16 year old daughter was going to be companion, pays as an adult, but you can't charge of his sister. And finally, if you enter in the afternoon should have a rate cheaper than full day. The adult fare is very expensive to do nothing. They advertised a lot of activities for parents and I've come today at 18.30 and have not seen anything fun for parents.
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  • A little city for your kids at least once you should go better age range 8 to 10 to fully enjoy the park
  • Very fun for kids and family
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