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Went and the main house has been closed for a few months now. There is a quite nice photo exhibition that is open but obviously disappointing to not see the main house. There is no specific timetable for reopening
A dull front door in a street in the old city, built into the Roman Walls leads into a palace!
Staff and guides well informed, helpful and very enthusiastic about the gem they look after.
VERY worth the best part of a morning or afternoon...More
Visited the house as part of the 6 historic sites tickets offered. The house was donated to the city by the last lady Canals. The parts that you can view are something special. Some of the stuff untouched from the King of Spain's visit in...More
Our comments about this historic house are the same as those for our review regarding our review of Castellarnau House. If you are interested in visiting historic houses then the inexpensive price of €3.30 is clearly not going to stretch the purse strings. However, whilst...More