Palace of El Pardo
Right outside of Madrid, a small XVth century castle that became a hunting palace in the XVIth century, and was later made bigger in the XVIIIth century by the Bourbon kings, and embellished with magnificent tapestries, many of them from cartoons by Goya.
Since 1983, it is the residence for Heads of State during their official visits to Madrid.
For more infornation about opening hours, booking of tickets for groups or individuals, and rules due to COVID-19, see the Museum website: www.patrimonionacional.es
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