a fantastic building architecturally and if you are like me and like the history of the Templars and Hospitallers it's a must see. The palace is a fantastic building but is pretty much empty of furnishings, there are some great mosaics on the floors and a few items of furniture scattered through the building. There are some plaques and information sheets but you really need a guide to make the place come alive. We visited in October and it was still fairly busy, if you are going to the old town it is worth spending a few hours in and around the palace area.
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