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Home to the Palacio Real, Aranjuez has been a Royal Estate since Philip II in 1560. Located just a few miles south of the capital city Madrid, the town has a strong Basque heritage and many historical landmarks. The town will appeal to those who want to experience Spanish culture and history without the hustle and bustle of larger metropolitan areas such as Madrid and Barcelona. In 2001 the town was declared as a World Heritage Site, and earlier in 1983 was declared Conjunto Histórico-Artístico ("Historic Artistic Junction"). Choosing a hotel in a foreign country can be a stressful experience, however, Venere has done the research for you and makes it easy to choose a hotel in Aranjuez. With thousands of user reviews, room pictures, and a Google maps location, its never been easier to find the right hotel for your budget.

What's Aranjuez Like?

Aranjuez will delight and inspire visitors who want to experience an authentic piece of Spanish culture without having to travel through "tourist traps". The rich and vibrant nature of Aranjuez's Royal status has allowed the area to flourish, and some of the most beautiful buildings and landmarks can be found here. Some of the most iconic buildings include the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, Casa del Labrador, Real Iglesia de San Antonio, Fuente de Hercules y Anteo, and Fuente de la Mariblanca. There are also plenty of activities and sightseeing opportunities to experience, whether you want to enjoy a bike tour through the area, an early afternoon game of golf, or you can visit the local Macaw Sanctuary. There are also many seasonal festivities, such as Alfaranjuez, San Isidro Labrador day, and San Fernando town festival week.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aranjuez

The local Spaniards live by a routine which is very much dominated by the climate, preferring to head indoors (and in many cases closing shops) during the very hot midday sun. For this reason you should ensure that you carry around some bottled water. The close proximity to Madrid means that many locals and shop clerks will speak English, however it would be considered polite to carry a phrase book and attempt to communicate in Spanish. Aranjuez has a centralized location, allowing you to use the town as a springboard to jump start an adventure into Madrid or further afoot into Spain. You can use the Venere website to see exactly where your hotel is situated, allowing you to have a virtual tour of the area via Google maps so that you can plan your holiday in advance.