The palaces of Valencia are the best example of the magnificent architectural legacy left to us by the city's noble and bourgeois past. The richness and grandeur of the capital of Turia at various times allowed the elites to reflect the opulence of different artistic styles in their homes and civil monuments.
The Valencian Golden Age left us some of the best Gothic-style palaces, such as the Palau de la Generalitat or the Palau de Benicarló (or the Palau de los Borja), which today house the headquarters of the executive and legislative power of the Valencia Region. Later, the Renaissance and the Baroque gave us other palaces, such as St. Pius V. The list is enormous and continues with excellent examples of palatial architecture, which continued to develop in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
*Our guide will lead us first through the halls of the Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas, among which is the Salon de Baile, with a marked rococo style.
*A short walk will take us to the Palace of the Counts of Cervelló, residence of kings and illustrious characters.
Terms and condition.
*Departures every other Sunday at 11:00 h. from the Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas.
*Cancellation without charges up to one hour before the departure of the route.