The Royal Palace of Madrid is one of Spain's most visited monuments and an essential stop on your Madrid visit. Built in the 18th century by the Bourbon dynasty, it is Western Europe's largest royal palace. It covers an area of 135,000 m² and houses 3,418 rooms, nearly double the size of Buckingham Palace in London or the Palace of Versailles in Paris. If you want to know why it is a must-visit with Walker Tours, keep reading.
You probably didn't know that the Royal Palace of Madrid is the largest palace in Western Europe. It covers an area of 135,000 m², nearly double the size of Buckingham Palace or the Palace of Versailles. Thus, it has plenty of room for the 3,418 rooms found inside. If you don't have time to visit them all, don't worry. We've prepared a selection for you with the 5 rooms you must not miss.
One of the main reasons that you must visit the Royal Palace of Madrid is that it houses several different Royal Collections. This collection of works and period pieces is of incalculable cultural and historical value. Are you going to discover them with us on one of our guided tours?