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Godoy Palace - From Plaza Marina Española, Spain
Godoy Palace - From Plaza Marina Española, Spain
Godoy Palace
📍 From Plaza Marina Española, Spain
The Godoy Palace, or Palacio de Godoy, located in the Arganzuela district of Madrid, is a beautiful building that was built by Italian architect Francesco Sabatini in 1777 for Manuel de Godoy, the Prime Minister of Spain at the time. This palace is an important part of Madrid's history and is open for the public to see. The neoclassical style building is an iconic location in Madrid, with striking tall white columns adorning the façade of the building and its grand interior courtyards. One of the delights of this palace is the 18th century gardens, which have been recently renovated and offer some stunning views of the city. Inside, visitors can explore a museum dedicated to the life and times of the Godoy family and the influential individuals of their time. The palace also hosts special events and exhibitions throughout the year. Visitors can also pre-book guided tours of the palace, which will give them exclusive access to areas of the building that are usually closed off to the public.

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