Sabatini Garden

The Sabatini Gardens are part of the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, and were opened to the public by King Juan Carlos I in 1978. They honor the name of Francesco Sabatini, an Italian architect of the 18th century who designed, among other works at the palace, the royal stables of the palace, previously located at this site.

Classicist-type gardens created in the 1930s on the site of the stables built by Sabatini for the Royal Palace, hence the name. Located in front of the north façade of the Royal Palace and promoted during the Second Republic, the gardens were completed after the Civil War. Open every day Its architectural and ornamental character as an extension of the Royal Palace increased when several of the sculptures that were intended to decorate the cornice of the Palace were arranged in them. With a geometric design, their privileged location makes them one of the most beautiful gardens in Madrid de los Austrias.

Although they are spectacular at any time of the day, it is at nightfall when they reach their maximum degree of spectacularity, because we are in one of the best places in Madrid to witness the twilight. From the large rectangular pond in the center of the garden, surrounded by fountains, trees and white marble sculptures, the visitor will be able to contemplate how the yellow and reddish tones change the tonalities of the grayish stones of the Palace and finally see the sun hide behind the perspective of the Casa de Campo.

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