Palacio del Marques de Mirabel, Plasencia

(3.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Palace belonging to the family Falcó, Yes, those who are considering. The building is cared for by Jesus, a very kind person that we attended and could give many explanations about the place, although it seems a Museum, is still used by the owners from time to time as temporary residence. Also as mentioned already on this website, is used for film and tv shoots. The Palace itself is a journey on the one hand in the history of Spain through this family. Highlights, above all, two thing; the great garden terrace overlooking the square and the parador and, of course, the hunting trophy room. A place that is surprising.
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  • Now only you can see on the outside, since the shooting of a series or film has it closed for months. Its entry in normal costs €10, but I do not know if it is worth, although expensive appears. Only open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and guided tours. Only thing I rating is its exterior and this if it is worth, taking into account that does not charge you to see it.
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  • The guide very attentive with us. A very pleasant and cheerful woman who taught us and told stories fun Palace
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  • A hidden gem. To enter, you have to ring the bell if the sign is on the door. €4 entrance lets you into the private palace of the Marques de Mirabel where you can enjoy the courtyard and a handful of rooms over two floors, including a lovely Italianate upper garden. It has a real lived in feel, slightly shabby and unrestored, which makes it all the more genuine. The tour ends with a series of rooms set up as a hunting museum full of trophy heads, dedicated to a particularly effective family member.
  • Only I was in the bar, and the truth is that this fairly well
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  • I love it since it seems that it does not pass the time.
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