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Palacio de Liria: Tour with Audio Guide

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Maria,  United States United States
27 Sep 2022
Excellent
Beautiful palace with incredible art work by the masters and period furniture. Look up, the ceilings are amazing. The audioquide suplemented by a live quide was very well done and informative. I...
Beautiful palace with incredible art work by the masters and period furniture. Look up, the ceilings are amazing. The audioquide suplemented by a live quide was very well done and informative. I highly recommend it.
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Ginés,  Spain Spain
20 Sep 2021
Excellent
Espectacular, no imaginaba que el palacio tuviese tantos salones, la exquisitez de su decoración, la cantidad de obras de arte y objetos no tienen parangón.
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Margaret,  Spain Spain
28 Jul 2021
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It was so easy to show our tickets via the Tiqets App! Excellent audio guide, complemented with a tour guide who directed us from room to room and supplied more details. A must if you are visiting...
It was so easy to show our tickets via the Tiqets App! Excellent audio guide, complemented with a tour guide who directed us from room to room and supplied more details. A must if you are visiting Madrid. Highly recommended
Palacio de Liria: Tour with Audio guide

About: Palacio de Liria

While it's now the Madrid residence for the Dukes of Alba, it's not hard to notice the Palacio de Liria doesn't bear their name. Originally, the palace was built for the Third Duke of Liria in the late 18th century, but since passing hands to the Albas, it's lost none of its original glory.

The palace is now open to the public, where you can tour 14 rooms, admire one of the world's finest private art collections; with work by Goya and Rubens; and learn more about the palace's past with an immersive audio guide.

Palacio de Liria
C. de la Princesa, 20, 28008, Madrid
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