Take a short break while touring the Royal Palace in the magnificent peaceful Sabatani Gardens.
Soak in the warm Spanish summer weather and enjoy the surrounding clean atmosphere and serene environment.
The Plaza de Oriente Square facing the Royal Palace contains the astoundingly charming statue of Phillips IV on a horse.
The entire square in front of the palace has historical unique statues of the royal kings and queens.
Construction of the Royal Palace started in the 20th century and took 26 years to finish.
An additional 100 years later, all the chambers were luxuriously decorated.
Tourists have access to 50 rooms of the palace.
The Royal Palace in Madrid has a history of its own and is one of the city’s most renowned landmarks.
The Royal Fortress was burned down in the early 18th century, and it was replaced by a palace made from limestone and granite in the early 20th century.
The construction material resulted in the building being completely fireproof to prevent another mishap.
The Palacio Real in Madrid has a vast number of 3,418 rooms; 50 of them are accessible by the public.
All of the chambers of the palace are luxuriously decorated with stunning, exceptional designs and unique art.