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23 OCTOBER 2017


When can I visit the Senate?

The Spanish Senate is open to visitors whenever parliamentary activity allows, from Monday to Friday, at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Visits are guided tours and are free of charge, lasting approximately an hour. These times might be modified when required by the Senate's parliamentary activity.
There are no guided tours held over the Easter Week, on bank holidays or when Plenary Sittings are scheduled, in which case, the Plenary Sittings can be attended.
We advise you to check the calendar of Plenary Sittings.


How can I request a visit?

Any individuals or groups interested in visiting the Senate must complete a form.
The maximum number of people making up a group will be 55. If the group has a higher number of people, two visits must be requested at different times. Smaller groups might be incorporated into another group also scheduled to visit at the same time. Individuals might also be incorporated into a different group with a scheduled visit.
Visits must be requested at least 15 calendar days in advance.
School groups must be in at least the third cycle of Primary Education.
To gain access to the Senate, visitors must present their ID card or Passport.
Once the request is received, the Visitors' Area will send confirmation as soon as possible, together with a form to be completed with the list of visitors at least 7 days before the visit.
Should parliamentary activity make it impossible for a previously scheduled visit to take place, the Senate's Visitors' Area will contact the applicant as soon as possible to arrange a new date.

What can I visit?

During the guided tour, visitors will be shown the different rooms, the most significant paintings and will also be given a brief explanation of the history, composition and functioning of the Senate. Each visit lasts approximately one hour.
If you would like to prepare for your visit, you can take a virtual tour and find out information about the Senate's art and heritage, its history, composition and functioning.
          To find out more information, you can contact us via:
          Or by calling: 91 538 13 75 / 91 538 19 38