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Our taxi driver dropped us off on the right side of this massive structure. We walked towards the front gate and it was a pretty long walk because this royal palace is so big, I mean BIG!
You turn right upon reaching the corner of...More
This is still an functioning palace for state events and it shows with the furnishings and the great state everything is in. A must do in Madrid. Best buy tickets online to avoid the masses. The audio/video tablet guide is a must but you will...More
We enjoyed our guided tour of the palace with the insight and information provided to get a glimpse of what life in this magnificent palace was all about. The detail in architecture and paintings was a highlight.
It's beautiful and very large. There is alot of ground to cover if you want to get good photos in. When we went there was a couple school field trips so it was busier than usual. But another location to check off while you are...More
Visited the palace and bought a ticket at the palace, barely any queue, great rooms to view inside. Lovely outside area to view as well, didn't go with a tour but they seemed very good from what we saw
There are timed entry tickets to the Palace and we were glad we booked online the night before as we were then able to bypass the long queue when we arrived just before our 11.30 time slot. The Palace is wondrous both from the outside...More
Admission is free on a number of cases, for general public is free during the last 2 hrs of operation mon to thurs for citizens of the EU and Latin America, and legal residents. You may want to check Spain’s National... More
Admission is free on a number of cases, for general public is free during the last 2 hrs of operation mon to thurs for citizens of the EU and Latin America, and legal residents. You may want to check Spain’s National heritage website on the royal palace page to find out if any of the free admission criteria applies to you.