Le palais royal de Madrid (Palacio Real de Madrid) est la résidence officielle du roi d'Espagne. Les rois actuels ne résident pas en son sein, mais plutôt au palais de la Zarzuela. Le palais royal est utilisé pour des fonctions protocolaires.
|Lundi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Mardi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Mercredi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Jeudi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Vendredi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Samedi||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Dimanche||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
matthew pasquale | mai 18, 2018
Beautiful place with some amazing history behind it. Would highly recommend buying your tickets online in advance to beat the long line. Worth every penny to see something historical and still in use today. Every room in the palace is slightly different and has a different story to it. Great place to visit if you have the time
Kaushal Shastri | mai 13, 2018
Great architecture and beautiful interior. This is one of the most beautiful places of Madrid. Should buy the tickets and visit inside. A great place to get acquainted about the Spanish history. They allowed us to take the camera inside and we clicked some beautiful and memorable pics. Also, it looks very pretty in the night when all lighting comes on. A must visit place in Madrid.
Stephanie Pace | avr. 5, 2018
A really nice palace to visit. The exterior and interior is beautiful. It is unfortunate that you cannot take photos inside, but it is worth it to pay and go inside to see. A unique experience and I enjoyed seeing the amazing architecture and art. We just bought our tickets at the gate. Still bring your camera along to take pictures for when you are allowed. I would recommend visiting the Royal Palace of Madrid while in the city.
Con Stroulios | avr. 28, 2018
Started from the Gardens Sabatini and headed towards the Palace, which you cannot miss, it's massive, from the garden side anyway. Great looking Palace, (as they all are) that's where all the money went. Headed towards the entrance, walking along the front of the palace, which is a spacious walkway, pedestrian access only, which is great,and you see the Palace it's length. Just awesome. Got to the entrance, and the line for the inside tour of the Palace was long, very long and I was not prepared to stick it out all that waiting time in the middle of the day, in the sun and heat..... So I continued on!!!!!
James Eldridge | avr. 16, 2018
There was a very long line to tour the interior so I circled the exterior instead. There are a lot of historical statues and monuments surrounding the palace and the architecture is something to see. Also there is quite an elaborate and beautiful royal garden. I would recommend visiting even if you don't plan on going inside because it's a great site and close to many other landmarks.
Stephanie Pace | mai 23, 2018
A really nice palace to visit. The exterior and interior is beautiful. It is unfortunate that you cannot take photos inside at least for the most part, but it is worth it to pay and go inside to see. A unique experience and I enjoyed seeing the amazing architecture and art. We just bought our tickets at the gate. Still bring your camera along to take pictures for when you are allowed. I would recommend visiting the Royal Palace of Madrid while in the city.
Sree L | juin 17, 2018
Spectacular over the top palace! 1 hour audio tour is so well done and gives great details and insight into the history of the monarchy. Reserve your tickets ahead of time. Lines can be very long and ticket holder line definitely moves much more efficiently!
Lee Smart | juin 10, 2018
Beautiful palace with exquisite artworks collected over centuries by the royal family. The tour is well laid out and it is possible to take your time wandering through the stunning rooms. Photography is not allowed in all areas but the memories will last for years. Cafe and gift shop are definitely recommended.
Dominic Bruno | juil. 8, 2018
Amazing experience! Time flew by here. Lots to see all at once and you have lots of different choices. The rooms are simply incredible and each are unique of their own. BEWARE that the rooms are beautiful but pictures are NOT allowed, but the places you can take pictures are in the long entrance in front of the building. Touring wise, there was many tour agencies but I did mine on my own and I felt fine. For languages, there were plaques (In both Spanish and English) describing each room or any points of interest. For other languages, (For example Chinese) people had audio tablets for translation. The items on display and of course the royal rooms themselves are amazing enough to go, but another thing that surprised me was the gift shop. It was extremely cheap and had interesting items! They had bow ties and regular ties that looked like something out of Men’s Warehouse! Other items include scarves, shirts, bags, books, even plates! Of course you have all the regular gift shop items as well. Great spot to see in Madrid. Check it out already!!!
Pandaroomu | juil. 17, 2018
I actually liked it here. Gotta be honest, a lot of palaces start to look the same after awhile, and the Royal Palace of Madrid is no exception. That's not to say it isn't a beautiful palace with a lot of gold accents (seriously, so much gold) and ceilings rivaling that of the Sistine Chapel. But I found my mind starting to wander about a third of the way in, especially since you're not allowed to take pictures for most of the walk-through. I didn't do a guided tour, so that would most likely have added to my experience, but overall I probably wouldn't go back. Just personal preference.
Jim Na | juil. 17, 2018
Continuing our tradition of visiting royalty during our European trip, we came to the Royal Palace of Madrid. We saw the Royal armory which had full armors worn by the royal family, weapons such as shields and swords, and even armor worn by the royal mounts. We then walked through some rooms of the royal palace, some of which were magnificent, dating back to King Carlos (Charles) III. Much of the ceiling were gilded and painted by master artists, amazing to see and appreciate. However pictures weren't allowed inside the armory or most of the indoor rooms of the palace, so you'll just have to experience it for yourself.
Elizabeth Hellier | juil. 6, 2018
We found the audio/visual guides informative without being too much to listen to. Only downside to our trip was that we did not know that we had to put our rucksack in a locker before beginning the tour. No signs were up, not even in Spanish. One of the employees grabbed my husband from behind by the bag and took him to the lockers, he wasn't allowed to come to tell me where he was going. Meanwhile I was happily listening to the audio guide to turn around and find my husband (and all of our belongings) gone! The Palace is worth a visit though, hense the rating.
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