La Farola de Málaga - From Pérgolas de la Victoria, Spain
Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, is one of Europe's most impressive palaces. Built in the 17th century, it was the main residence of the Spanish Royal Family for almost two centuries. Declared a National Monument in 2007, it's the largest palace in Western Europe. The palace is open to visitors who can explore impressive rooms, adorned with artwork from tapestries to paintings from the masters. An interesting feature is the changing of the guard ceremony performed by the troops at the entrance daily. Do not miss the gardens behind the palace and the Royal Armoury displaying impressive pieces of historical armours and weapons.