One of Spain's most beautiful palaces, it's a brilliant example of rococo architecture with a wonderful Churrigueresque facade that looks like running water. The imposing alabaster main entrance was designed by Hipólito Rovira and sculpted by Ignacio Vergara. The original building dates from the 16th-century although it was completely renovated during the 18th. Have a look at the luxurious ballroom inside and visit the fabulous Ceramics Museum.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Colón