Madrid Museum Tours proposes a stunning private Tour of Royal Palace of Madrid, combined with a panoramic Van ride through genuine Madrid neighborhoods.
MADRID VAN TOUR
AND ROYAL PALACE
Check out Madrid Museum Tours Panoramic Tour in Luxury Vans, including a Royal Palace of Madrid private Guide!
A personalized tour for all travelers who are looking for Madrid Tours which allow them to experience the splendorous way of life of the Spanish Kings.
6 hours Madrid Van Tour and Royal Palace with a licensed guide, expert in Royal Heritage, who knows the Capital of Spain like the back of his hand.
The Panoramic Madrid Tour segment features a relaxed drive ( with plenty stops to stretch legs and shoot photos ) through :
- Downtown Madrid of the Habsburg Dynasty ( most touristic one )
- Downtown Madrid of the Borbonic Dynasty in Spain ( elegant, neat and tidy )
- Lush Madrid’s Parks ( The Capital of Spain has the biggest extensions in parks of Europe )
- Genuine Madrid neighborhoods, full of vibrant local life.
- Any other place that you would like to enjoy
Our Royal Palace of Madrid Tour introduces you in the luxurious world of the Bourbon Kings of Spain.
Your private guide will narrate to you countless real-life royal anecdotes. The collections of porcelain, watches, tapestries and carpets, silverware, silk and other crafts of unbeatable quality that were manufactured in the Royal Factories will fascinate you.
The Royal Palace of Madrid is a magnificent sample of 18th century Italian architecture. This school combined rococo and neoclassic. Both styles of decorative arts were adopted by the Bourbon Kings of Spain.
The imposing building has 2800 rooms and was constructed in only 17 years!
Spectacular frescoes by Giaquinto, Tiepolo, Mengs ornate the magnificent vaults.
To top it all, another luxury: the Madrid Royal Armory. An incredible and little known Museum in Madrid. It displays, among others, the impressive collection of armors of Emperor Charles V and his son Philip II. Your private guide will describe the different techniques used by German and Milanese craftsmen to manufacture royal armors which were used for battles and state events. And today, are considered true works of art and paradigms of the Renaissance.
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