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Due to the French President being in town, we found that we would be unable to visit the palace and do the tour as we'd hoped. I did look for tickets but had to do a little more searching as to why I couldn't buy...More
A must-see in Madrid. Do yourself a favor and book a group tour, else long wait in a line. Buy tickets in advance. Do not miss this since it is the main highlight in Madrid. If going on a tour, show up early as they...More
A must see in Madrid. My mistake didn't book the tickets online spent like 30 mins waiting for the tickets. Other than the first couple of rooms in the palace photography is not allowed throughout the journey. But each room's art work is beautiful. The...More
Another of the "must sees" on any visit to Madrid. Well worth getting there as early as possible to avoid the crowds and to enable you to make the most of your visit. We got there shortly after opening and walked straight in, but by...More
Book on the internet as the lineup especially on holidays is horrible. Book the audio it is a must. So many rooms so well decorated so well maintained the tour will take 2 hours and is 11€ with audio: a bargain compared to other Royal...More
This is a must on any trip to Madrid. However, prepare to stand in line for a while. We went there on a cold and rainy November weekday but the people were standing in line for 2+ hours. I can only imagine what it must...More
Response from JoeyOceano | Reviewed this property |
I never used a guide although you can p as y for a guide there, rent an audio guide or download the app and follow it on a tablet or cell phone just remember your headphones and you are NOT ALLOWED to take pictures
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.