The Sabatini Gardens are located off the north facade of the Palacio Real in Madrid. They occupy an area of 2.54 hectares.
The Sabatini Gardens occupy an area of 2.54 hectares located off the north facade of the Palacio Real in Madrid. As the Royal Palace, they are of neoclassical style and in the past, this area was used as the royal stables of the palace.
With the construction of the new Palacio de Oriente, architects Sacchetti and Francesco Sabatini, designed this gardens in the northern part of the Palace, but it was not until 1933, with the proclamation of the Second Republic, that they were inaugurated.
In 1972 the park was renovated, building the stairs that give access to the eastern part of the Gardens.Tags:europa tower, palacio real, palacio real, royal palace, sabatini gardens, cesar pelli, travel, walking tours