Did you know that our Madrid private Royal Palace Tour is an unbeatable way to get to know the history of Spanish Kings ?
Madrid Tourist Guides runs an exciting private tour through life and works of Spanish Kings. Our director, and licensed guide, Irina Karasenko, will provide to you an unique experience. A Madrid private Royal Palace tour that highlights life and deeds of the Borbonic Dinasty in Spain.
The, also called, Palacio de Oriente is listed among best museums in Madrid.
Three notable Italian architects built it on the same platform where the Umayyads founded Madrid Fort. 2800 rooms, finished after only 17 years construction.
In our private tour through Royal Palace Madrid interior you will enjoy the spectacular products of the Royal Factories created by order of Philip V, the first Bourbon king: Impressive candelabra and mirrors, spectacular tapestries and carpets, marvelous porcelain, sublime embroidered silk and silver thread, luxurious silverware, chairs and tables with precious wood inlays, together with a varied collection of watches, marbles and consoles are the result of a set of crafts which are unique and have no equal.
Separate chapter deserves the frescoes that embellish the vaults of the different halls through which our private tour makes its way. Geniuses of the art of painting such as Guiaquinto, J. B. Tiepolo, A. R. Mengs, among others, invested in them all their strength, inspiration and artistic talent.
However, our tour does not limit itself to discover the thousands of treasures that adorn the Royal Palace, but also recounts the life and work of the Bourbon Kings who inhabited it. We invite you to take part in an essential tour of the magnificent collections of the Royal Factories and get to know the innumerable vicissitudes which the palace endured from the first king who inhabited it, Philip V to the last, Alfonso XIII.
At the end of the dazzling tour through Royal Palace of Madrid interior, Irina will guide you through the Madrid Royal Armory. The spectacular armours of the Spanish Empire Era hold many secrets about the Austrian Dinasty in Spain ( 1516 – 1700 ). They were not only used inwartime, but also for state functions. German and Italian manufacturers designed armours for the kings that was, at the same time, a work of art. Behind each piece of armour, there are some spare parts. The creative skills of the German and Italian craftsmen brought up different spare parts for each piece of armor. From the helmet to the escarpment.