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Sabatini Gardens

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Los Jardines de Sabatini se encuentran situados frente a la fachada norte del Palacio Real. Se trata de un jardín de estilo neoclásico acorde con el palacio. El jardín se divide en tres terrazas. Ocupan una extensión de 2,54 hectáreas.
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Akora
Akora
October 22, 2019
Part of the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, and were opened to the public by King Juan Carlos I in 1978
Helena
Helena
December 23, 2017
(12 min walk) Classical-style gardens created in 1930’s on the site of the stables built by Sabatini. Their construction began during the 2nd Republic and completed after the Civil War. Their architectural and ornamental styling as an extension of the Royal Palace were enhanced on account of the…
María
María
September 1, 2018
Nice gardens beside the royal palace.
Enri
Enri
June 30, 2018
// Rooftop bar // Few places in Madrid have an aura as magical as the Royal Palace. Right in front of this emblematic building we find the Terrace of the Gardens of Sabatini, ideal to contemplate the sunset looking at the horizon and see how the tones of the sun that disappears mix with the green of…
Adrian
Adrian
April 27, 2017
These are Classical-style gardens created in the 1930’s on the site of the stables built by Sabatini for the Royal Palace, hence their name. Located in front of the north façade of the Royal Palace. Although they look spectacular at any time of the day, at dusk they are truly magnificent, as it is…

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“Next to the Royal Palace, this gardens were created in the XIX century and are part of National Heritage. The view of the landscape is stunning!”
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