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Domecq Palace: Skip The Line & Audio Guide

  • Duration: 50mins
  • Audio guide in English and 2 other languages
  • Access to Domecq Palace
  • Audio guide in Spanish, English, and French
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21 Feb 2023
Magnífica visita. Muy interesante la muestra de arquitectura civil jerezana
Domecq Palace: Skip The Line & Audio Guide
Raimundo,  Spain Spain
25 Oct 2022
Muy interesante muy cuidado y las explicaciones muy buenas
Domecq Palace: Skip The Line & Audio Guide

About: Domecq Palace

Designed by architects Juan Diaz de la Guerra, Antonio Matias de Figueroa, and Pedro de Cos, the Domecq Palace is a prototypical manor that represents the Jerez bourgeoisie in the 18th century.

With a quadrangular floor plan, it is structured by a large central courtyard of Italian marble, and a three-story facade with majestic balconies that give way to one of the best views of Jerez.

Inside you'll find paintings, tapestries, sculptures, and noble materials brought expressly from Italy, Flanders and France for a unique and exceptional artistic and cultural ensemble.

Domecq Palace
2 Plaza Aladro, 11402, Jerez de la Frontera
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