turismo toda espana madrid  Madrid tourist info Things to do in Madrid The Community of Madrid has several municipalities hosting beautiful monuments that were the scene of historical events, in addition to being marked tendency architectural works around the world. Each town offers many places to visit and excursions in Madrid.

One of them is the Escorial, located in the northwest of the region to forty-six kilometers from the city of Madrid. This town belongs to the region of the basin of Guadarrama and Aulencia crossed by the river, the main tributary of the Guadarrama.

A great place to meet in the Escorial is the Prince’s House, a building as a place of recreation for Charles IV in 1771 by Juan de Villanueva, a leader of the Spanish Neoclassicism. The house is in the middle of an oak forest near the Monastery of El Escorial. Not far from this place is the Casita del Infante, built for Charles IV’s brother, the Infante Gabriel of Bourbon.

It is advisable to rent an apartment in Madrid center near train stations, and from there to move you to any of these wonderful places that are not far from the city.

Another municipality missed on a visit to Madrid Aranjuez, there is the Palacio Real de Aranjuez, the palace gardens and Casa del Labrador. It is a great area to stay, with beautiful gardens and unforgettable monuments. The Palace of Aranjuez is one of the many residences of the Royal Family. Located in the Royal Place and Villa de Aranjuez, along the Tagus River, bordering South Couple’s Square, is located east and west Parterre Garden Square Raso de la Estrella. This beautiful palace is known for the Chinese Room, also known as china cabinet and the Hall of Mirrors, unique in its style.

Next to Palacio Real de Aranjuez is located the palace gardens, a wonderful set of woods and parks with numerous fountains and statues inside. Located by the River Tagus, the palace gardens consist of four gardens: the Parterre, La Isla, the Elizabeth II and the Prince’s Garden. The latter is the largest, with a grand seven-kilometer perimeter and an area of 150 hectares, half can visit it. In the northern section, the garden is protected by a stone dyke called Solera Malecon, just the side facing the river.

Like the monuments listed above, La Casa del Labrador is one of the residences of the Spanish Royal Family. A neoclassical style palace built in the late eighteenth century, decorated inside with paintings by Mariano Salvador Maella, among other artists. La Casa del Labrador is a smaller palace as part of the River Tagus. Another municipality that offers several monuments and has the distinction of being one of nine Spanish cities declared World Heritage City by UNESCO is Alcala de Henares. Famous and well-known as a university town, Alcala has its University since 1499, founded by Cardinal Cisneros.

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