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This was an interesting palace to visit.
There was pretty much no line whether you already had tickets or not.
The palace is still used for functions which means everything is well-maintained and looks new. Every room is roped off and visitors can only stand...More
My friend and I visited this place whilst staying in Madrid however did not get tickets to see inside.
From outside, the palace is very pretty and well worth a visit to admire.
There isn't much more i can add to this review unfortunately, but...More
Can't believe they give the public such acces. The rooms on view are spectacular. Obviously there's security but it's not in your face. Views from the grounds are brilliant. Great insight into royal Spain
We went on a Sunday, just after noon. The queue to buy tickets was about a hundred long, but there was no queue for the online ticket holders . We quickly bought tickets online and displayed it on our phones and skipped a long wait....More
Definitely a MUST SEE PLACE. Please order your entrance tickets through the internet as the lines to get in can get very long. A prepurchased ticket gets you in faster.
No photos are allowed inside the place, but the museum shop has plenty of photos...More
The royal rooms are must see in my opinion. There are steps. There is a lot of walking. We also did the royal kitchens. They are worth your time as well. There is a lot of walking here. Plan the time for your visit. The...More
Admission is free on a number of cases, for general public is free during the last 2 hrs of operation mon to thurs for citizens of the EU and Latin America, and legal residents. You may want to check Spain’s National... More
Admission is free on a number of cases, for general public is free during the last 2 hrs of operation mon to thurs for citizens of the EU and Latin America, and legal residents. You may want to check Spain’s National heritage website on the royal palace page to find out if any of the free admission criteria applies to you.