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Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca)

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Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca)

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Sean2204 wrote a review Sep 2020
Venlo, Netherlands22 contributions1 helpful vote
Worth the visit. Small fee(€4) to enter. Only part of the palace is open to visitors as much of the ramparts are off limits. Would be better if there were more period furnishing as it would raise the ‘feel’ of the place. Jewelers exhibition on that is a showcase for the local gemstone.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Adventurelover1990 wrote a review Jul 2020
34 contributions9 helpful votes
Decided to visit the Palais based on the comments recommending the wonderful view. There were parts inaccessible when we visited therefore this may have been why but it was difficult to see any view due to the lack of access to vantage points. There's not a lot to see, but entrance fee is low at €4pp. Been there, done it, wouldn't rush back.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Always Find Adventure wrote a review May 2020
New Haven, Connecticut89 contributions18 helpful votes
I highly recommend coming here if you want some beautiful views of the city of Perpignan. The self-guided tour is also very interesting and worth the small amount you pay for it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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icecreamguru wrote a review Feb 2020
Wodonga, Australia614 contributions113 helpful votes
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Definitely take your time to visit this place, there is a modest entry fee but for that you can roam the palace for a while and also visit the Catalan jewellery exhibition - not sure if it's permanently there... Great views from the top of the tower.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CB Ross wrote a review Feb 2020
Gardonne, France48 contributions6 helpful votes
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My wife and I visited this "attraction" - also known as "La Citadelle" - on a day visit to Perpignan. As "seniors" we were able to gain entry for only 2€ each (half-price), but were still disappointed. The main disappointment was the emptiness of most of the rooms! In other similar attractions that we have visited around France, there has been an attempt to add authenticity with wall hangings and furniture. Here, a few pieces of furniture that almost made the rooms look less inviting. In one area - the Chancellery - it appeared that even the original walls are being covered in order to provide some kind of exhibition room; in another, there was a stage with a large screen at one end, and a projector on a stand in the middle! The one highlight is going to the top of the tower. The view of Perpignan is amazing - even if the wind, when we were there, was rather strong! There is a long climb from street level to the Ticket Office and, although a wheeled-appliance way is provided, neither of us would wish to have to push a wheelchair, or even a large pram, to the top! The gardens were interesting, including some statues in an olive grove. This could, and should, be a site of historic importance - but it needs someone in authority to take control and not permit it to become just a venue for concerts and exhibitions! More information could also be made available to visitors, as the large laminated sheets are clumsy, and not always accurate!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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