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Palacio Real de El Pardo

Calle Manuel Alonso s/n | El Pardo, 28048 Madrid, Spain
+34 913 76 15 00
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Calle Manuel Alonso s/n | El Pardo, 28048 Madrid, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to the palace at sunday morning. The line for tickets was long. I purchse tickets by the intetnet.There is not any line for ticket holders and they need only the code you get by email. The palace audio guided tour is very good....More

Thank sarare
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Entry was a bit chaotic with long line for audio guide, but well worth it. Nice overview of Spanish history and, of course, some spectacular rooms.

Thank Ada B
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Great day out,15km by bus 601 from Moncloa.Lovely riverside walk on the right over the bridge as far as you like as it is a linear walk.great birdwatching and an excellent lunch in a local restaurant after.

Thank John E
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

We arrived in Madrid late and ran to get into the Palacio Real before the last entrance time of 5:00 pm. We were given free admission. The rooms are so elaborate, especially the throne room.

Thank longhorn1983
Reviewed 1 February 2017

First you should check whether the palace is open before you set out because it is often closed. This is because it provides accommodation for Heads of State and their entourages during state visits and of course is not open at these times. Take the...More

1  Thank Julie W
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Official residence of Spanish royal family but only used for state functions. Large in statue only a small portion is open to the public. Two lines are formed outside, one for those holding tickets one for without. All who enter pass through X-ray machines. If...More

1  Thank TravelNazi126
Reviewed 22 November 2016 via mobile

When I first approached this palace, it reminded me of the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria ........I had forgotten to connect the dots between the Spanish Royals and the Habsburgs....a good history lesson ....

Thank Sharon L
Reviewed 13 November 2016

The palace is interesting but not that big so you can see this in around 90 minutes not counting the wait for tickets. They have a nice shop too.

Thank Rusby1
Reviewed 17 October 2016

For someone like me with an interest in Francisco Franco this is a must-see. As is known Franco made El Pardo his home and headquarters and ruled Spain with an iron hand for 36 years (1939-75) mostly from this palace. If you do the tour...More

1  Thank Shuki R
Reviewed 16 September 2016

We were glad we visited this palace when we were in Madrid, but I guess we just expected more after reading about it in preparation for our trip. It could stand some work on it.

Thank librarian73
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Avechu
Hola, veo que para llegar en transporte público hay que tomar autobus, pero voy con mi madre y un bebé y podría ser incómodo, ¿sabe alguien cuánto me cobraría un taxi? Y para el regreso, ¿hay dónde coger taxi? Y en el peor caso, ¿el autobus de regreso se coge cerca del palacio? Gracias.
2 September 2015|
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Response from Leagualdi | Reviewed this property |
En taxi desde Madrid Centro a El Pardo, sin unos 17 min y aprox 25€ Para el regreso, podrás contactar con la misma empresa de taxi que te lleve o tienes las opción de 693330999 (taxi el pardo) . No lo he utilizado, pero... More
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