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The building is still being used by the government, but you can visit some of the rooms that are rather impressive and beautiful. The price of visit is rather high and there is no information about the rooms this would improve the visit.
We visited the palace with the expectation that the palace will still be as it was so many year ago. Although around 5 state rooms are still undisturbed, a lot of the rooms have a lot of historical information in it. All the rooms that...More
Great views of the state rooms of the first floor of the Palace. There are about 5 rooms available to view and the main 'parliament' style chamber. The ceilings and wall paintings are fantastic and it offers the opportunity to see architecture and artwork that...More
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
The palace is next to the cathedral of Santa Maria , which is stunning, the palace somewhat lacking. Sure it is only 1.50€ to get in but once up the bifurcated stairs it is a bit of a let down . There are a few...More
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.