turismo toda espana madrid  Madrid tourist info Things to do in Madrid Royal Palace Madrid Sabatini Gardens The Royal Palace is the official residence of the King of Spain. This is the largest in Western Europe and has over 3418 rooms. Also called “Eastern Palace” was built in 1738 by architect Filippo Jurava and the first monarch who dwelt was Carlos III.

In this impressive building will find many places of interest:

Royal Library: It was founded by Maria Cristina of Bourbon. The site file contains more than twenty thousand dossiers. Also on display medals from the Royal Collection.
Real armory: Considered one of the largest in the world, contains pieces ranging from the fifteenth century onwards. Here stand the armor and used parts Carlos V at the Battle of Muhlberg.
Hall of Gasparini: Raised during the reign of Carlos III, has come to the present almost no retouching. They appreciate furniture, marble floors and walls upholstered. One of the main attractions of this room is a clock on the chimney, to tell the time, shows a seated shepherd playing the flute.
In the palace are still the remains of the great royal collection and, among others, highlights a group of works by Goya. The paintings are distributed by the different classrooms and especially in a place as a museum of paintings enabled.

The exterior of the palace gives to four beautiful sites. The Armory Square, which was built by King Alfonso XII in order to house the remains of his wife. The Plaza de Oriente, where three quadrants can be distinguished: the Central Gardens, the Cabo Noval Gardens and the Lepanto Gardens. The gardens Moor Field, where allegedly Muslim troops camped Ali ben Yusuf in 1109, in an attempt to recapture Madrid Square. And finally the Sabatini, whose name is that here were located the stables built by the architect.

While this is a place visited by thousands of tourists daily, many advise penthouses and apartments in Madrid to rent for days, weeks and months, with the aim of the visit copper meaningful and enjoyable.

Finally it should be noted that the beauty of this palace is based on the authenticity of the furniture since your furniture dating from the time of the construction and subsequent reigns. They are Rococo, Neoclassical, Empire and Elizabethan. Some of the most important furniture in the lounges are located Gasparini, Seat and Mirrors. Although there is no doubt that the most striking is the Bureau of Sphinxes, on which Spain signed the entry to the European Union.

So you know, if you’re in Madrid you can not miss visiting this beautiful place, and appreciate the unique qualities here. Looking for apartments for days near the Royal Palace of Madrid and start enjoying.

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