Would have liked to go in, but the queue to get in was massive. Seemed there was only a couple admission doors so the wait would have been pretty long.
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Interesting palace and very expensively decorated on the interior. It doesn't look ornate from the exterior but it is HUGE and gorgeous inside. There was a huge lineup when we arrived and we went online and bought tickets on the spot. They scanned them at...More
I spent about 2 hours here, and it was a very interesting visit. The Palace is kept in first class condition, and is well furnished which I always think makes a visit to this type of property so much more interesting. Every thing is well...More
Very nice tour of the royal palace. I couldn't find the armory, which was a disappointment but the rest of the palace was great. I love the frescos and wish that i could have taken pictures but oh well. I have memories.
A tour around the palace is well worth the entrance fee. It is definitely one of the more interesting European palaces we have visited mostly because, despite its size, it seems 'homely' and lived in. The furnishings were exquisite - very similar to Buckingham Palace...More
Please make sure you look up when walking through the rooms, the ceilings are so beautiful and not to be missed! Try to go early as gets very busy and rooms can feel quite cramped, especially when there are tours going through! The armoury is...More
I found this palace visit OK. A lot of paintings and artifacts the one I found fascinating was the armory rooms.This was unreal with some of the very first guns in the 13th century. I would highly recommend to go there to see this.I found...More
Royal residence until the start of the II Republic. Now, it is a Palace where institutional and international guests are welcomed. The first wednesday of each month, you'll be able to appreciate the change of guards that happens in it's court yard. Where the Royal...More