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Ironically this is the second banana to the Aranjuez palace when this is the real main event. It is as the title indicates "magnificent". Almost every room is not merely lavishly decorated, but exhibiting exquisite craftsmanship and good taste. Simply put, for the size of...More
This palace is the most well preserved place in Aranjuez. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century as a place for receptions and celebrations, that's why the decorations are excellent.
It's not easy to visit the place because only a few people...More
This small-sized palace is by far one of the most attractive places in the area. It was promoted by the former king Carlos IV as a secluded spot built in the middle of a big park near the Tagus River, mean to provide the royal...More
You’ll walk a long way in the Prince’s Park wondering if you’ll ever get there, but be brave and walk on, for it’s worth the effort! The advertising says something about “labourers,” and maybe even “cottage,” but don’t be fooled. This is the most amazingly...More
We had a lovely day out in Aranjuez a few Sundays back and this house was the highlight of the day. We had pre-booked tickets for this small group tour (Spanish language only) the day before. (I've written separate reviews on TA for the palace...More
Well worth a visit to see the beautiful furnishings that have been untouched and kept as they were. Guided tour is very interesting. 5 euros to enter. Tour lasts about 45 minutes. I would recommend this place
Half September this year I visited Aranjuez for a whole day, combining the royal palace, the gardens and the Casa del Labrador.
Before I travelled to Madrid some days earlier, I did order a ticket for the Casa del Labrador through the website of Patrimonio...More
My favorite attraction in Aranjuez!
This neoclassical building, situated at the far end of Jardin del Principe, houses a collection of priceless treasures. Silk lined walls, painted ceilings and stone fitted floors form the background scenario against which countless works of art are displayed: paintings,...More
After a pleasant hike through the park the exterior of the house looms and is impressive with statues and a courtyard. Alas, only group tours in Spanish entertained. No information in English and rather grumpy staff. No facilities.