Can be hot in the summer, bring water. They don't let you take pictures of the ?Sabatini rooms. Would not recommend human guided tour, seems audio guided tour is cheaper and covers the same material.
Your tour begins at an easy-to-find meeting point outside of the Royal Palace, where you’ll greet your guide and begin exploring some of the palace’s 3,000 rooms. Admire highlights, such as the Throne Room and the Hall of Alabarderos, and look out for paintings by the likes of Caravaggio and Velazquez.
See, too, the former chambers of previous kings of Spain and learn about the palace’s rich history through your guide’s commentary. After an hour and a half, you’ll be free to continue exploring the palace independently.
With more than 3,000 rooms, the Royal Palace (Palacio Real) in Madrid offers visitors a wealth of treasures. Make sure you see the best of the palace on a guided tour designed to enhance your experience of the top Madrid landmark. Plus, a skip-the-line admission ticket means you’ll avoid queues often in excess of one hour.