Palacio ducal de Pastrana, Pastrana
(2.6/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • We use the guided tour at a price of 4 euros, only they are four rooms. It was very quick, in 15 minutes it was done. expensive for what you see
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  • Without going into the graceful or not of the reform of the patio, this visit has little to do. The Guide also exploits all the stories and legends of the Princess of Eboli. Except a few impressive coffered ceilings, balcony, and a couple of rooms, the rest are residences of the University. Pity that this Palace had not been bought by Paradores. It is much more worth a visit to the collegiate church and Museum of tapestries. Much to see and well explained.
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  • Palace restored by the University of Alcalá de Henares to be used for certain courses and as student accommodation for which the part visited stays in three rooms and the courtyard. The patio is a monster of steel, aluminium and glass where nothing can be seen of the original. You climb through stairs that look like those of a hotel and rooms that are visited are 3 numbered furniture (Chapel, Hall of the throne and the room where he was imprisoned the Princess of Eboli). That itself with some beautiful and skilled workers coffered of style plateresque. In the chapel do not expect anything of a chapel, only 3 chairs and a pair of robes that used to the dramatized visit. In the Hall of the throne, only a table in the middle and a couple of dressers, nothing more, nothing of Thrones. In the Princess room nothing, all empty, or a piece of furniture, anything. In three rooms all walls naked, neither a picture nor a sad tapestry. Visits are always guided without possibility to do them on our own for what it depends on group formed or full. Best book by phone at the Tourism Office of Pastrana. Our tour group was 50 people. A huge group to manage by a guide. Is true that there is another with only three hours of visits on Saturday. The first Saturday of each month there are visit dramatized in the morning that we could not reserve a place because when I called told me that it was already closed with staff of the University. I do not recommend. In any case if you go book by phone days before to secure you spot. 4 euros entry.
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