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Royal Palace of Aranjuez

Plaza de Parejas, 28300 Aranjuez, Spain
+34 918 91 07 40
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“porcelain room” (20 reviews)
“royal palace” (53 reviews)
“day trip” (18 reviews)
Plaza de Parejas, 28300 Aranjuez, Spain
+34 918 91 07 40
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

If you have only one day, visit Toledo. If only half day, visit Aranjuez, the Royal Palace, and use a couple of hours in the sorrounding gardens!

Thank Jose Manuel A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I never grow tired of visiting this charming palace. Well worth the trip from the center of Madrid! Best visited summer, spring and fall when the gorgeous gardens are in bloom!

Thank Melissa F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful cultural place to see and visit with your family to see the magnificent of the art in the previous century

Thank Tony K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Blessed for sunshine ..this amazing location us steeped in history with its riverside location and wonderful gardens watch out for the peacocks! Pleasant outside courtyard cafe at sunset

Thank howardfarm
Reviewed November 13, 2017

The ticket was 9 euros, but it was really nice visit. We enjoyed visiting the different and particular rooms of the Royal Palace. I recommend the visit.

Thank Pigueco
Reviewed November 11, 2017

If you like huge 18th Century European Palaces then this brick and stone effort built by the Habsburgs and redecorated by the Bourbons is as good as any. Guided tours are available but it is possible to stroll through the many large rooms, reading a...More

Thank Ian S
Reviewed October 20, 2017

What a fantastic Palace that was started by Philip 2nd and the Bourbons, who planned the city, parks and gardens which turned the area into a Royal Site for holding court in spring every year until 1890. Do take a guide or use the headphones...More

Thank Richard P
Reviewed October 5, 2017

Some more of what we've seen in the Royal palace of Madrid. Many nicely decorated rooms, pretty grounds. You can't take pictures inside which I can't really understand though.

Thank Tinde_K
Reviewed October 1, 2017

part of my 5 days trip to Madrid was one day to visit Aranjuez, El Escorial and a few other things around. Started with Aranjuez early morning. I was the second person inside. Good choice. It is an amazing large palace, you need a lot...More

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Reviewed October 1, 2017 via mobile

Yes, all the Royal Castles are quite interesting. The furniture, the wall tapestries, the chandeliers and i love too the doors and more.... But when i think about their wealth or 'Royals' in general by reading the history of 'Royals' ...hmm...it was not only through...More

Thank Hirlsa H
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July 9, 2017|
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Response from myfuturegarden | Reviewed this property |
Sorry~ I just saw your question. No, you can't take a picture inside, but only in the gardens and courtyard.