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If you visit Aranjuez it's an unavoidable place to go. It's one of the most famous royal residences with the royal palace of Madrid and the La Granja palace in Segovia.
The visit consist in a tour through the royal rooms of the palace to...More
Aranjuez is pretty close to Madrid and can be reached by train. The palace is in the middle of gardens. It can be visited easily and it is wonderful. It resembles the other royal palaces in Europe but has things that individualize it.
About an hour or less SW of Madrid, the Palacio de Aranjuez was designed for the Spanish Royal Family to enjoy Springtime in Spain. Along the Tagus River, its gardens are spectacular with many fountains, small bridges over streams and numerous statues. Although it lacks...More
The interior is well worth making the effort to visit. It is not expensive. There are audio guides available for 3 euros and good value. We visited on a very busy day when many were off work and actually gave up trying to get in....More
My wife and I stopped off in Aranjuez on our way back to Santander to catch the ferry home. What a great decision. The Palace is beautiful inside, fabulous rooms, lots of priceless pictures and furniture.
It’s a shame you can’t take internal pictures.
Travelled from Madrid by train - took less than an hour and cost €8 return.
The walk from the station takes about 20 minutes though there are taxis.
The Palace is beautiful. No signs of dust, wear or tear and the most spectacular furniture, wall...More
Half an hour of train (Cercanias #3 from Atocha in Madrid) found us in Aranjuez, one of the sites the Spanish royalty liked to summer in. Going there, I expected the usual: a castle or palace at the top of a hill surrounded by houses...More
I traveled from Madrid to Aranjuez, with train (Renfe Cercanias) took around 45 minutes. (If you had applied Madrid Metro Card which can use unlimited package, then with train or green bus, there's no extra transportation charge).
Aranjuez is a peaceful city which doesn't have...More
Cet endroit est magnifique et dégage un charme fou! Ce promener dans ses jardins, près de la fontaine et la rivière a un effet apaisant et vous libère de toutes pensées superflues, c'est magique. A visiter et revisiter!!
This place is really something, you discover...More
No as previous comments the gardens are public and therefore free access and worth a visit ... we visited last September when flowers were very pretty and again in May this year not so much bloom but still lovely if want to... More
No as previous comments the gardens are public and therefore free access and worth a visit ... we visited last September when flowers were very pretty and again in May this year not so much bloom but still lovely if want to do some walking and work up an appetite for tapas!