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We were told the guide would speak English, but on arrival she told us she would not have time, but we could ask questions. Tour took 35 minutes (tourist office told us 1 hour!)and when we did ask questions she very often did not know...More
This i a beautiful building with plenty of half an hour visits throughout the day. Tickets must be purchased at the Tourist office. The palace is still a living home--not a museum, with its noble owner visiting once in a while. One can visit several...More
Renaissance palace that is - Rary! - not a museum but still a family house of earls Alba.Built in 16 cent with design changed a few times due to shortage of money it is very attractive in its upper part: stone curves ornate and the...More
It's a nice structure but forgettable. Although, I'm not saying it's not worth it which it is. The problem is that it is complete surrounded by other things like as if it were squished and mashed together. But all the same a nice structure.
A little hot and tired, perhaps, and finding yourself overwhelmed by the great plaza, here you can enjoy peace and quiet, sitting on the lawn outside, admiring the monument to John, Prince of Asturias and Lord of Salamanca, the son of Isabella of Castille and...More
Not much can be added. A 16th century construction, now the palace is one of the official residences of the Duchess of Alba and is closed to public. But view from outside is enough to impress, take a stroll around its walls to enjoy it...More
Unfortunately you can't enter unless you're friends with the Duchess of Alba or her spawn, but it's very impressive from the outside and nicely lit at night. Take a walk around it for the little plazas around. You may get lucky and get a bad...More