Palacio del Infantado, Guadalajara

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The Palace of El Infantado is a palace located in Guadalajara, Spain. It was the seat of the Dukes of the Infantado.It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1914. It currently houses a museum.
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  • in an enclave of Guadalajara, beside the main street downtown, is very well, pretty, and decoration is remarkable
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  • Bombed during the Civil War, it retains its impressive facade, the courtyard with its upper gallery and some of the rooms around. At the end of the s. XV, is a very visited place but at the same time, if you don't match a noisy group, a place that takes you back in time and which deserves worth visiting.
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  • Especially stopped at Guadalajara to see the Palace and did not regret the beautiful combination of various architectural styles and eras. On a weekday, arriving for the opening, we were alone and undisturbed all inspected, the impression that the city and its attractions are not often visited by tourists all over the place, but I recommend to visit it.
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  • Beautiful. An obligatory visit, only to see it the magnificent façade and the Patio de los Leones is worth. The Regional Museum of Guadalajara is located in the same building
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  • Iconic, well preserved and 'live' building thanks to the activities that are carried out. By their use.
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  • Even though I visit it I cannot go back... Its exterior highlight its façade and upper balconies, not miss the gardens to the rear, with its labyrinth and arcades. In the interior we can spend a day discovering things, from the Super saloons, with its exhibitions and paintings, to possible exposures. To say of his courtyard filled with Lions, among which I challenge you to find a snail, a salamander and some acorns... Another attraction is the great Hall that houses the Museum of Guadalajara. Currently not is charged for visiting on the weekend, you can park easily in their surroundings, and it is 100% worth your visit. It has access by ramp and elevators.
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  • Spectacular place. You can visit the courtyard and the Museum is free. Become shows plays on the patio
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  • Basic on the visit to Guadalajara, next to the Pantheon, the gossip and the crypt of San Francisco. Here married Felipe II in one of its 4 weddings
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