This 18th century palace was a residence of the Spanish Royal family and was built by a prince, hence its name, as a place to rest and entertain himself. Although built by the same architect that designed the Prado Museum, it's not a particularly attractive building and the interiors aren't fabulous either.
It's somewhat ignored by tourists and even by locals, but its location, the surroundings and its Italian-stye gardens make it a worthwhile stop for tourists and passers-by. The palace is located in a small promontory into the woods near the Royal Seat of San Lorenzo De El Escorial. I would recommend a visit to it if you want to find some peace, make some good shots, or simply have a walk in a beautiful garden after visiting the El Escorial.
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