Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca), Perpignan

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Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca), the Gothic palace of the Kings of Majorca, features a fortress and gardens overlooking the city. Explore three courtyards and two chapels, one of which (The Holy Cross) features a pink marble door. The Great Hall has served as the main chapel, a royal residence, and the seat of political power. Note that the outer fortress walls are built with bricks and uncut stones, as are the towers, armatures, stairs, corridors, and doors. Plan to see Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca) and other attractions that appeal to you using our Perpignan family vacation planner.
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  • The story at the heart of the city... A visit which allows immersion in the past and without the time machine...
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  • I had the pleasure to attend a concert of the most famous Breton Bagad of the magical world!
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  • There was no one around when we arrived so we went in without paying and I still felt like it was a waste of time. Perpignan is ugly, so bad views from the top and the castle is bland and boring. 
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  • Lovely sculptures around the grounds and a relaxing herb garden to awaken your senses. Great for little ones to run around and explore.
  • Nice from outside, it's almost empty inside and the tower is closed to public access
  • The very helpful Tourist Office lady suggested that we visited the palace of the former king of the isle of Majorca. Used to visiting French Chateaux we were expecting something from a royal palace. The outside is an uninteresting stone wall which -we hoped- that would hide something worth seeing. After a walk through a dark hallway (and after paying an entrance fee) you enter the inside of the palace. Well it was actually the same wall, but now from the inside. Some uninteresting rooms with an art exhibition and a chapel that was not worth noticing concluded the visit. Not worth your time
  • Spectacular place to visit
  • It was closed last Saturday afternoon, no info why.