Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande

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  • Address: C/ San Buenaventura, 1, 28005 Madrid, Spain, 28005
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  • Timings: 10:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-913653800
  • Ticket Price: 3 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Church, Religious Site, Community And Government, Religious, Churches

A chapel converted into a convent in the 13th century. Neo-classically decorated as a basilica in the 18th century. Once a national pantheon. Franciscan. Paintings by Goya. The biggest dome among all Spanish churches. White marble Rennaisance pulpits. 49 fabulous paintings that deal with the life of St. Francis. 12. 2.85 metre high statues of the apostles. Quite possibly the most beautiful church in Spain.

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Entrance Ticket Details For Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande

Entry to the museum:

  • General ticket price: 3 EURO
  • Reduced: 2EURO 

Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Hours

  • 1st September to 30th June: Sunday timings may vary.

How to Reach Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande

  • Metro Line 5 stop Puerta del Toledo.

  • La Taberna Errante
  • El Lando

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  • Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Address: C/ San Buenaventura, 1, 28005 Madrid, Spain, 28005
  • Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Contact Number: +34-913653800
  • Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Timing: 10:30 am - 06:00 pm
  • Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Price: 3 EUR
  • Best time to visit Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande(preferred time): 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Time required to visit Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 8.27% of people who visit Madrid include Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande in their plan

  • 67.62% of people start their Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande

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74.26% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande

People normally club together Queen Sofia Arts Center and Madrid Rio while planning their visit to Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande.

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Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande Reviews & Ratings

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  • Unexpected gem while sightseeing in Madrid. Don’t let the run down garden or facade fool you - the interiors are breathtaking and usually with small crowds, you can get a lot of time for good pictures. Only negative is no English language tour guide but that cannot take away from the beauty of this place.

  • Killed 2 hours waiting to get in here before it opened again at 4pm and it was worth it. Go eat and/or drink at Sanlucar while you wait. The tour is only in Spanish but whatever. Impressive space.

  • This is my favorite church in Madrid. It is the only church I have been on that is round inside. Beautiful walls, art, and statues fill the church. A must see!

  • Outside and park next door looked pretty rough for such a landmark but inside and the done were amazing. Look out for the (ahem) additions that look almost like cardboard cutout when looking up. Great monument that needs a little love to be spectacular.

  • Arguably one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been from an architectural standpoint. The history is fascinating, the artwork from the 1400-1500’s, the organs, the entire experience is genuinely breathtaking. Our guide was primarily Spanish speaking, but he gave brief explanations on things to English speakers too. You have the option of walking through on your own or with the guide - definitely do the tour first and then walk around to see more of what catches your eye. I can’t recommend this enough, absolutely a must see in Madrid.

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