10 Palacios en Madrid de ensueño

If you ask yourself « what to see in Madrid «, the palaces in Madrid are an obligatory answer. Unique and steeped in history, now closer than ever, especially if you move on a segway .

Here we tell you about the best 10 Palaces in Madrid, many of them unknown to the locals themselves.

 

Royal Palace

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If we talk about palaces in Madrid this is the palace par excellence. Carlos I had it built after the Alcazar fire. One step away from the Opera and surrounded by the Campo del Moro and Sabatini gardens, an inescapable enclave for visitors to the city.
Address: Calle de Bailén s / n.

Moncloa Palace

Originally country house , today the seat of the Presidency of the Government. Meeting point for political leaders, it has undergone numerous reforms until it was practically rebuilt after the Civil War.
Address: Av. Puerta de Hierro, s / n.

Liria Palace

In this neoclassical style palace you will find the residence of the Casa de Alba . Considered the largest private home in Madrid with more than 200 rooms. In its spectacular art collection you will see the great geniuses of painting.
Address: Calle de la Princesa, 20.

Cerralbo Palace

In a unique setting, near the Temple of Debod, the current museum shows you the splendor of aristocratic life in the 19th century. Open to the public only a few years ago, it is one of the jewels that you cannot miss in Madrid. Daily we pass through this place on our Madrid Fun and Sightseeing Segway tour .
Address: Calle Ventura Rodríguez, 17.

Buenavista Palace

The present day Army Headquarters dates back to the 16th century, when Felipe II received the farm known as Altillo de Buenavista as a gift. In 1769 the Duke of Alba acquired it and since 1816 he has been linked to the army.
Address: Plaza Cibeles, 3.

Linares Palace

The current Casa de América was at the end of the 19th century one of the most sumptuous residences. For much of the 20th century it remained closed, which has led to its being known for harboring legends about ghosts.
Address: Plaza Cibeles, s / n.

Cibeles Palace

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One of the most representative examples of modernist architecture in Spain . Work of the famous Antonio Palacios, it forms next to the fountain of the goddess Cibeles one of the pictures that you should know. It is currently the headquarters of the Mayor's Office of Madrid. Our tour in Segway Parque del Retiro allows us to pass through this palace and admire its façade.
Address: Plaza Cibeles, 1.

Palace of the Marquis of Salamanca

In the middle of Paseo de Recoletos you find this impressive building from the mid-19th century. Its beautiful garden with centenary trees also stands out. Today it is the headquarters of a well-known bank and its foundation, where different cultural activities are carried out.
Address: Paseo de Recoletos, 10.

Zurbano Palace

It was the place where Fabiola de Mora y Aragón was born and lived, who would end up being known as the wife of King Baudouin of Belgium . The palace will amaze you with its majesty. At present it belongs to the Ministry of Public Works.
Address: Calle de Zurbano, 7.

Palace of Santoña

A 16th century treasure in the Huertas neighborhood . Eclectic in style after numerous renovations, the sobriety of the façade contrasts with its majestic lounges. Today it belongs to the Madrid Chamber of Commerce .
Address: Calle de Las Huertas, 13.

And it is that Madrid has much more to know than you think. And using a Segway is one of the most comfortable ways to get around the city. So that you do not miss anything of this capital.

Visit us at Plaza San Miguel 2 if you want us to guide you on segway through Madrid . We have many tours to offer you.

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