Home to the King of Spain, the Palacio Real de Aranjuez dates back to the 14th century. Several kings have modified and expanded the palace over the centuries, so it now combines Renaissance and Neoclassical architectural elements—and that makes for one good looking homestead. The main staircase is a Baroque style double staircase with a large crystal chandelier above it. The rooms are equally elaborate, and are decorated with European paintings and finished with ornate touches. If you'd like, you can opt to go on a self-guided tour and even can stroll through the royal palace’s formal gardens. So if you want to live royally—at least for a few hours—you should definitely head here and see what it's like.
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