When we arrived at the ticket counter with two young children, we asked for an audioguide, but the man behind the counter said it would be no good because you need one hour for a visit with an audioguide (?). He also said that there was an contemporary art exhibition in most parts of the building and if we didn't like this kind of art, we should not pay intention to it.
After entering the building (you only see the second floor) I understood why the man behind the counter didn't want to give us an audioguide. The first question that was asked by my son was: "Why are the so much needles in the tablecloth?" In front of us, in the middle of the room, was an installation of contemporary art consisting of a table with a white tablecloth with thousands of needles in it. There was no fence and no explanation of the art. Another installation was a row of small white "trees" placed in the Golden Gallery. This installation could be destroyed by a young child in a minute. We had to keep a very close look on our children.
We liked the palace with all the special tiles and ceilings. Some contemporary art was beautiful too.
Entrance fee was 6 euro for an adult, 4 euro for an 8 years old. Children under 7 are free. It is not allowed to take photographs. There are an indoor parking and some shopping streets near the Palau Ducal.
If you visit this Palacio, I recommend to take a guided tour.
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