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The Palacio Real de Madrid or the Royal Palace of Madrid is also referred to as Palace Orient. It is the official residence of the King of Spain, although King Juan Carlos and his family do not actually reside here. This palace is mostly used for state occasions. The Palacio Real is one of the largest in all of Western Europe. It is located on Bailén street in the western part of downtown Madrid and is therefore easily accessible by car, bus or train, the nearest station being Opera metro station. The palace is open to public, displaying 3,000 rooms, except when there is a state occasion. It has lots of royal collections on display including the Royal Armoury with its weapons and collections of tapestry, porcelain, furniture and other objects of historical importance. Palacio Real de Madrids opening times are Oct-Mar 9.30am-5pm Mon-Sat; 9am-2pm Sun. Apr-Sept 9am-6pm Mon-Sat; 9am-3pm Sun. The ticket prices are 8 Euros without guide, 9 Euros with guide. Children under 5 go free. The palace is wheelchair accessible.


Royal Palace


Palacio Real - C. Bailén, s/n, 28071, Madrid Spain | 0.6 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +34(91)4548700 | Fax:+34(91)5426947 | Official Homepage

Points of Interest - Madrid

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Incredible Spanish Palace
Reviewed May 2013 by mario_s
The Palacio Real de Madrid was a point of interest I had no expectations of and perhaps that’s why I was so incredibly impressed over the sights within. The queues and ticket prices were also a lot less excessive than other attractions I’d come across during my European travels. Once the journey began within the Palace walls I was immediately surprised at the level of quality and detail of the many tapestries, artifacts, furniture and weaponry ...
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A nice place to spend a few hours.
Reviewed June 2010 by auraobie
A beautiful, grand building set in flourishing, fertile gardens. From afar, this building really does portray the riches and grace of the Spanish Capital. The sun refelcts brightly from the white pillars as the building rises up in the distance. The building itself promotes a sense of great majesty, the proud (official) home of the Royals of Spain, representing a proud and successful history. There is nothing more pleasant than sitting enjoying ...
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