Good architecture just as almost all palaces. Since it is located in Cibeles Square, the visit is worth it.
A fabulous alternative to the royal palace, at least with respect to appearance, if not history. You can go on your own, but we went on a one hour tour they offer on weekends at 11 12 or 1. The tour begins with an 8-minute...More
We went to the Palacio de Linares and we saw one exhibition of the Inca Garcilaso and another of the life of Santa Teresa. Both exhibitions were very good and informative.
Palacio de Linares or Casa de America is situated in Plaza de Cibeles. It is one of the very interesting palaces in Madrid. They have guided tours and you can hear many interesting stories of private life of Linares family in Madrid. Absolutely recommended history...More
This is a fascinating Palace to visit as it is a 19th Century building used by the Marquis de Linares. The splendour of its staircase reminds me of Museo Ceralbo. This also has an ornate ballroom, a beautiful oriental room and a gala dining room....More
There are better palaces in Madrid to visit (Real, Liria, Cerralbo), but this one is very well restored and situated in the heart of the city.
This was the mansion of a wealthy family and it's located in the Cibeles square. Leyend says that there is a ghost (of the ower, Raimundita) still wandering around the rooms in this house. It's a long story for this review, but in a nutshell:...More
This palace is a hidden gem and is one of the most beautiful palaces built in the 19th century. The floors of marble have beautiful designs. The furnishings and art work are fantastic. Before the tour, one goes to the small auditorium and sees a...More