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All reviews beautiful palace summer residence extensive gardens eighteenth century spring and summer free entrance small town audio guide walk around couple of hours worth a visit versailles sculptures bloom philip labyrinth spain
From our Segovia base, we visited the following in one day and would recommend:
The Palacio Real de la Granja
The Valley of the Fallen
The Palacio Real de Riofrio
The Palacio de la Granja is by far the best. Lots of palatial opulence on...More
A charming palace, with wonderful gardens filled with fountains, where you can take your family and spend more than a couple of hours.
Don't miss it, if you intend to go to Segovia!
Don't forget to visit the palace shop, where you can buy beautiful...More
Very nice palace and easy to combine with a trip to Segovia (20' bus). Wander in the Versaille-replica parks and feel how king Filip was living back then in this relaxating and beautiful scenery. The park is free and filled with fountains, in our case...More
This review is of the gardens only.
While there is a charge for the entrance to the palace itself, entrance to the gardens is free at most times. When we were there, there were quite a few people visiting, but the gardens are large enough...More
Everything's relative. Compared to most of palaces I've seen this was ok, not spectacular. Admittedly, the entire downstairs was like a museum and it was pretty good. Perhaps, my review reflects the fact that we had seen the Royal Palace and the magnificent Casa del...More
I visted this beautiful place last month on a daytrip from Madrid to Segovia. I caught a bus from the local bus station in Segovia which leaves every 45 minutes and takes about 20 minutes to get there. The bus is marked La Sepulvedana. The...More
Wanted by Philip V, the Granja Palace is a beautiful example of a summer residence and a hunting lodge. The building is inserted in a very interesting urban context represented by a small town born as a function of the building itself. You enter the...More
We were a bit disappointed with the Palacio. A very poor imitation of Versailles which I believe it was supposed to be. The gardens are better, but more especially when the fountains are going to be turned on. Its worth checking, and worth going if...More
Enjoyed the visit and it's not expensive. Audio guides in your language are available for 3€ and worthwhile. This was a beautiful palace in a lovely setting but it's a shame that they can't show a little more about how they lived in those days...More
However, the Palace is closed some days during the year, owed to official, national celebrations: 1st and 6th January (Christmas), 23rd January, 25th December (Christmas) and 1at of May (Workers Day). Some official acts and... More
However, the Palace is closed some days during the year, owed to official, national celebrations: 1st and 6th January (Christmas), 23rd January, 25th December (Christmas) and 1at of May (Workers Day). Some official acts and celebrations might unusually stop activities, but this is very infrequent and related to Presidential visits