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The building itself is very interesting, having preserved most of the original rooms and furniture of the palace. Moreover, there is a nice collection of ceramics (including some from Picasso, but mostly from the Valencia area). It is inexpensive (3 euros, 1.5 if you show...More
A combination palace and ceramics museum/gallery and well worth a visit. Although ceramics aren’t my thing, there are some beautiful examples. For architecture lovers, the decoration, inside and out, is the real treat. The exterior is wonderfully sumptuous with marble and plaster reliefs. The interiors...More
On the day we visited it was free to anyone having proof they were seniors. The building is very beautiful and there was lots to see. The upper rooms were like a mini Versailles,quite beautiful. Well worth a visit
To call this a single museum would be misleading, as it genuinely feels like there are three different ones in this single building, linked in no particularly clear fashion. The first level there is a modern art exhibit; the second level is the typical house...More
The frontage is a work of art - highly ornate marble which you can gaze at for hours. The interior is also beautiful with lovely ceramics to admire. You also get a real sense of what is what like to live in this building. Highly...More