Calle Bailén, 2. (Cuesta de San Vicente)
28013 Madrid (Madrid)
A Neoclassical-style garden in keeping with the Oriente Palace, which has given distinction to an area that in years gone by was used for a humbler purpose, i.e., the stables. While the new Oriente Palace was being built, the architects who were involved, first Sachetti and later Sabatini, designed gardens in the northern angle of the Palace. These were never built; instead, the space was used for the royal stables, which, in addition to the animals, housed the carriages and coaches that can now be seen in the Carriage Museum. Today, a large, round fountain with tritons is at the intersection of the two major axes that are surrounded on all sides by quadrants and conifers, with trees arranged along the perimeter.
- From Oct 01 to Apr 30
From Monday to FridayFrom 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
- From May 01 to Sep 30
From Monday to FridayFrom 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
- Admission free