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Things to do in El Pardo

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
“A 7 km de Arroyofresno, en bici, puedes ver sobre las montañas todo Madrid, es espectacular vivir en Madrid y sentir como si estuvieras en la Sierra. Respirar aire puro y vivir en naturaleza.”
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“The Royal Palace of El Pardo (in Spanish it is called Palacio Real de El Pardo) is one of the famous historical buildings of Madrid, Spain. It has now become the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo, and its owner is Spanish state. This building is being administered by the Patrimonio Nacional agency, but initially it was a hunting lodge. This building was founded as an alternative residence of the Spain’s kings until the reign of Alfonso XII, who died here in 1885. In the times of King Enrique III of Castile, he gave order to construct the pavilion in 1406 on Mount El Pardo. But later on, in the times of Emperor Carlos V (1547), it took the form of a palace. ”
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“A diez minutos del piso. Zona de paseo diurno, deportes, etc. y zona de buenas comidas y cenas”
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