This palace is very big and each room is so different from one another. You can take an audio guide (it's not that expensive) and this way you will learn some things about the royal famillies and how the palace and rooms were built.
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Philip V of Spain ordered this palace to be built on the site of an old Moorish Palace. The building was completed in the late 18th century. The appearance is Baroque in style. I was there at Christmas but I didn't go inside, due to...More
It is a good place to visit if you love history & tales about the royal family. Judging from the long queues to enter the palace, this place is a major tourist attraction in Madrid. Therefore, it is advisable to get here early so you...More
So much to see in the various rooms included in the tour, amazing high ceilings with incredible art throughout, next door to the Royal Chapel (free of charge) and worth seeing. Suggest buying tickets beforehand, ticket lines by 10:30 a.m. were quite long due to...More
Absolutely beautiful, good value for money. Not rushed round. My daughter is studying art and blown away with the details and decoration. Worth a visit.
Got here for 9.45am so only queued for 15 minutes. Took the extra kitchen tour - didn't realise it was only 30 minutes and once you left the main rooms the security person wouldn't let us back in so sat in corridor for 10 minutes...More
My wife and I visited the Place right at the end of a stay in Madrid - we had not intended to bother, but had a few hours to spare before we had to leave. Having been to several high staus palaces around Europe we...More