Calle de Bailén, s/n, 28071 Madrid, Spain
The Royal palace has so many beautiful rooms to take a look at. After 6 PM on most days it is free to enter and it's not something that should be missed. There is no photography allowed once inside the main rooms (just shortly after the main stairway). If attending during the free hours, there is plenty of time to get through all the rooms and get a glimpse of all the things each room has to visually offer. The amount of detail spread across every inch of the palace is incredible and something I personally won't be forgetting when looking back on my visit.
10 euros per person with children under 5 going free. Yes it is free for the last couple of hours in the day but the queues go on for miles and my holiday time is too precious for the time in the queues. Some wonderful opulent rooms in the palace. The throne room was my favourite with the 2 thrones surrounded by golden lions. Example of some of the finest works in Europe in each of the palaces rooms. The most extravagant place I have ever visited. Well worth the visit I will never forget my trip hear.
Temporary exhibition is devoted to king's diaries and correspondence. So if you are not interesting in such topic, do not take this option in ticket. The royal kitchen is really impressive. Naturally the whole palace is a piece of art - highly recommended.
Beautiful palace and so so opulent! It was interesting to learn all about the history of the various monarchy that lived in the palace. The armoury is a treat for the little ones. Staff were friendly and super helpful. Getting the audio guide for €3 was worth it. They do not allow photo taking of most of the exhibits though, so do take note of that.
Great experience! The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and a half and it's very interesting from the start to the end, walking through all the different rooms of the palace and see how the Royal family lived. Audio guides highly recommended.