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San Lorenzo del Escorial City

A friendly city with lots of history. Monasterio and San Lorenzo El Escorial

This statement is based on the exceptionalities the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and its adjacent buildings, the valuable architectural heritage largely justifies the high tourist attraction. The most significant building is the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, which was declared a monument of world interest by UNESCO in 1984. A city that is 50 km from Madrid and can know both its unique cuisine and its historic buildings.

Where you need know

Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo del Escorial

Valle de Los Caidos

San Lorenzo del Escorial

Panteon de Reyes

La silla de Felipe II

Monte Abantos

Pinturas y Frescos en el Escorial

Interior del valle de los Caidos

Jardin de los Fraires

Mirador de abantos

Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caidos

Biblioteca del Monasterio del Escorial

Ermita de la virgen de Gracia

Puerto de la Cruz Verde

Real Coliseo Carlos III

Primera y Segunda casa de Oficios

Mercado Municipal

Casa de Las columnas

Museo de Arquitectura de Monasterio El Escorial

Casita del Infante o de Abajo

Las Cocheras del Rey

How you can go

By Car

El Escorial is 50 km northwest of Madrid. Approximately a 45 minute drive by motorway A-6. (For further information see maps.google.com)

Tren Renfe

From Atocha  C8 Atocha-El Escorial the first train is at 5:47 am and the last at 22:30 pm (check renfe.es)

by Bus (can change depend pf the day and time)

The 661 bus stop is on the first bus from Moncloa 6:55 am and the last leaves 00:30 am (Check emt.es)

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