Open Hours: We to Sa from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Su from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
This palace was originally built as a pavilion for the Mining Exhibition of 1883 and it's now used as an exhibition hall ... More
Palacio de Velázquez
This palace was originally built as a pavilion for the Mining Exhibition of 1883 and it's now used as an exhibition hall for contemporary art organized by the Museo Reina Sofia . It's located in front of the famous Artichoke Fountain in Retiro Park. The exterior is a marvelous display of two-tone brickwork and tiles around a metal frame crowned by a dome. The palace is named after the architect who designed and built it, Velázquez Bosco.
Madrid's Italian church celebrates mass in Italian if a large enough group of native speakers requests it. The building has
a perfectly preserved 12th century mudejar tower with lobe and horseshoe arches that was the minaret of a mosque ...
Enjoy a little peace and natural beauty in this little garden full of trees, statues, and fountains. It's located alongside
the north wing of the Palacio Real (Royal Palace) where the stables used to be. It's usually quiet in ...
The Palacio de Linares is open to the public only on Saturdays and Sundays. The palace has beautiful marble floors
and staircases, as well as paintings by Manuel Dominguez dedicated to the four seasons, the arts, sciences, agriculture, and ...