Our visit was made extra nice by the helpful security guard. Entry was just €1.50 and you only get to see part of one floor of the Palace. It takes about half an hour. Painting and furniture are to be seen. We were glad we...More
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The Royal Palace is next to the Cathedral. It costs 3 Euros to go in and takes about 30 minutes to walk around at your leisure. There is also a Tourist Information Office inside the entrance. It is a series of interconnecting rooms, It's not...More
Of course this is not Royal anymore, but the seat of the province or something similar. Having said that, it is a stunning building, on the edge of the city wall, with beautiful interiors, and some nice exhibitions.
An extraordinary viceregal palace filled with some quite famous painitings (in the sense that these are usually reproduced in the guide-books). Wall fabrics and painted ceilings most interesting.
Not a huge amount to see here as there are only about 6 rooms mostly filled with chairs so you will be round it in 30 mins. Filled with a selection of paintings of minor royals and officials and there's a lovely painted ceiling in...More
This is situated between Remy Bastion and the Citadel of Museums, next to the Cathedral of St. Maria. Entrance fee was 1.5 Euro per person within the entrance lobby, then continue up the marble staircase to view the rooms. The first room you enter has...More
At the top of the old town, the Royal Palace is worth a visit. It's not huge and is very similar to many European palaces. The ceiling artworks are impressive. Allow an hour maximum to work through the 4/5 rooms to see. There is No...More
No fee. That was a surprise. Even though I didn't know where I was entering. Worth to visit because you get an image how the royal palaces looked like. Moreover, the walls are cover with a cloth and not a paper thing.