The Royal Palace in Madrid is an exquisitely beautiful building. It is one of the most completely preserved royal palaces in the world. The Royal Palace, or Palacio Real, mixes Baroque architecture with Classical style, and is the largest royal palace in Europe by floor space, covering 135,000 square meters. The entire palace has more than 3,400 rooms of which about fifty are open to the public. Visitors can take a tour of the interior, where such treasures as the Stradivarius Room holding five Stradivari family made instruments are on display, as well as ceiling frescoes painted by masters like Velasquez and Bayeu.
The Madrid Palace is one of the most complete and beautiful palaces in the world. Even though I have seen countless European palaces, I am still frightened by her luxury and magnificence. I can see the strength of the Bourbon Dynasty at that time. It's a pity that no photographs can be taken inside the palace. It's only possible to pass the head of state in the hall where the head of state visits.
Madrid Palace, mainly white outside, high-end elegance, the palace appearance is square structure, the museum is magnificent, there are numerous gold and silver utensils and paintings, porcelain, wall blankets and other Palace supplies.
Palacio Realde Madrid, the third largest palace in Europe, has 2,800 houses. Because the kings of all dynasties decorated the palace according to their own preferences, the palace bears strong personal and epochal marks, such as the bedroom laid out by Carlos III, the mirror hall built by Carlos IV and the luxurious restaurant loved by Alfonso XII. Each hall and corridor has its own decorative theme and characteristics. The interior of the palace is extremely luxurious. Madrid Palace can be regarded as a low-key luxury, the appearance looks relatively simple, but the interior, especially the roof, which crystal chandeliers are enough to shine. The strategy says there are free visits, but the two-hour free visits before the closure are only for European Union and Latin American passport holders. Chinese people want to buy tickets separately. [Palace of Madrid] Location of scenic spots: Calle Bail & _3; n, s/n, 28071 Madrid Transportation: Line 5 and Line 2 & #211; Pera Station 5-minute walk ticket: Euro 10, reduced fare: Euro 5 free visit: from Monday to Thursday, two hours before closure, 10:00-18:00 (October-March next year); 10:00-20:00 (April-September) rest days: January 1, 6, each year Closed on April 22, May 1, October 12, November 9, December 24, 25 and 31, and closed on official events.
The palace is really magnificent. The square is very big. The collection in the palace is still very rich, and it is also the hegemony of the Great Voyage period. There is also a Chinese guide service, very intimate. If you can't take pictures, all the good things are hidden in your heart!
Be sure to make a reservation, or queue up silly, but the commentator inside is also queued up very long
Gorgeous, Europes best preserved imperial palace, beautifully amazing roof, there are all kinds of clock, a king like a clock, a variety of royal portraits, the king of a big picture, I thought it was a photo, the tour guide said to be a famous painter in please, drew the look of the six years, the visit to the palace is a part of Spanish culture, dont need to buy a ticket, and guide.
The Palacio Real de Madrid is the third largest palace in Europe after Versailles and Vienna's Meiquan Palace. Built in 1738 by Sachetti and completed in 1764, it is one of the most complete and exquisite palaces in the world. Madrid Palace was built on the hills on the left bank of the Mansales River in the 18th century under the orders of Felipe V, a former Arab castle. It is a representative cultural relic of the Bormong Dynasty. Its magnificence is one of the best in European palaces. Sabatini completed the southeastern palace and stairs. The palace is square with a large courtyard in the middle. From the Prince's Gate on the East side, you can get to the Central Courtyard. Sabatini's Royal Garden and Campo del Moro are also fascinating, and the front of the palace is extremely magnificent. The emperors who lived here in the past dynasties would arrange the palace according to their personal preferences, and also make the palace full of their unique personal style and the imprint of the times. There are 2,800 rooms in the palace, but only 50 of them are open to visitors. The famous ones are Sal &n de Alabarderos, Column, Mirror Hall (Sal &n de Los Espejos) and Cuarto del Rey Carlos III. In the palace, you can also see the paintings of Vel &zquez, Goya, Rubens and other masters. The palace is square in appearance, similar to the Louvre in France; the interior decoration is Italian style, magnificent. There are innumerable gold and silver utensils and paintings, porcelain, tapestries and other royal articles in the palace. Opposite the palace is the Spanish Square. In the center stands the monument of Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote, beside which there is the Hall 183; beside the statue of Quixote riding a horse and his servant Sancho, there is also the Royal armory, which has some important collections in the world. It displays some armor belonging to the King of Spain and other members of the royal family before the 13th century.
The Madrid Palace and Mayor Square are undoubtedly the most elegant places in Madrid. They are surrounded by a series of ancient corridor-like buildings. Arches connect the streets of the city. A peacock stands smartly on the wall. There are many valuable paintings and crafts in the palace. Unfortunately, no photographs can be taken. But it is interesting to hear the story between the emperor and the princess. The most famous one is the big dining table, where foreign heads of state are served. The portraits of celebrities and porcelain are extraordinary. Especially one room has strong Chinese elements and the walls are full of dragon and Phoenix patterns.
Madrid Palace is the residence of Spanish Royal palace, the appearance of which is mainly white, everywhere reflects low-key luxury. The interior decoration is very luxurious, especially the paintings on the dome, which are said to have come from Monet and other famous artists. The sculptures in the temple are also very exquisite, each can be called perfect sculpture works of art. This is the scenic spot that Madrid will visit anyway. It will surely make your trip worthwhile.