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Está considerado como el segunda mayor palacio de Europa Occidental en cuanto a extensión, con 135.000 m² y 3.418 habitaciones. Alberga un valioso patrimonio histórico-artístico. Es conocido también como Palacio de Oriente, por la plaza a la que recae una de las fachadas
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Disfruta de acceso a primera hora para realizar un tour guiado por el Palacio Real de Madrid. Comenzarás en la plaza de Isabel II y visitarás los aposentos reales y los bellos jardines del palacio.
El Palacio Real. Puedes visitarlo por dentro. Hay determinadas horas y días que es gratuito. En frente encontrarás la Catedral de la Almudena y después puedes pasear por El Barrio más antiguo de Madrid, el Madrid de los Austrias.
The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family at the city of Madrid, but it is only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres(1,450,000sqft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest royal…
Sabemos que la puesta de sol desde aquí merece la pena pero, ¿lo has visto por dentro? De lunes a jueves de 16:00 a 18:00 h (octubre a marzo) y de 18:00 a 20:00 h (abril a septiembre) la entrada es libre. También se puede pasar sin pagar el 18 de mayo y el 12 de octubre. 📍 Calle de Bailén, s/n…
The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest…
Un lugar emblemático de visita obligada. Tanto interior como exteriormente es impresionante.
It is the second biggest palace on the world with more than 2.200 rooms. It is the Royal Family's residence but it is used only for official receptions
Very close to Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol. It has Free visits at certain hours nevertheless the building itself its just amazing.
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“👀 Some of the Museum's greatest masterpieces, such as The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch, The Nobleman with his hand on his Chest by El Greco, Death of the Virgin by Mantegna, The Holy Family known as The Pearl by Raphael, Emperor Carlos V on Horseback by Titian, The Foot Washing by Tintoretto, Self-portrait by Dürer , Las Meninas by Velázquez, The Three Graces by Rubens, and The Family of Carlos IV by Goya.”
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“👀 Plaza Mayor - one of Madrid's most famous and notable plazas, built in 1580. Used to be a market in the old days, now it's lined with restaurants and patios. This is where the famous squid sandwich (bocadillo de calamares). Coming to Madrid without trying one is like going to NY without eating a bagel. Do as the locals do and don’t dream of paying more than about €3.50. Don’t sit at one of the restaurants on the square – instead, make like a Madrileño and buy your sandwich from inside one of the surrounding bars, then either eat it standing in the bar, or find a bench and enjoy it al fresco.”
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“Located on the Art Walk, the Reina Sofía houses paintings by Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Juan Gris as well as one of Spain’s most famous artworks, Picasso’s Guernica. Opened in 1990, this is Madrid’s Spanish contemporary art museum par excellence. Its collection, which comprises over 22,400 works, spans much of the 20th century and is divided into three sections titled The Irruption of the 20th Century. Utopia and Conflict (1900-1945), Is the War Over? Art in a Divided World (1945-1968), and From Revolt to Postmodernity (1962-1982). In Room 206 you’ll find one of the museum’s highlights: Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica. Showcased by the Spanish Republican Government at the International Exposition of 1937 in Paris, the mural depicts the bombing of the old Basque city of Gernika in April 1937 and has become a lasting image of the horror of war.”
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“This is a huge open green park in the center of Madrid. Locals and tourists alike walk here to relax and meet with friends. The lake in the middle is large and a good place to walk around or have a picnic. There a few cafes, stalls, and even restaurants hidden throughout the park if you are looking for a place to sit. Meanwhile, the crystal palace near the lake typically has some kind of art or nature exhibition going on throughout the year. It´s a great place to unwind at the end of the end and you can also rent a paddleboat to go on the water itself. day and relax to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.”
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