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Palacio de Pimentel, Valladolid

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Weekend prices in Valladolid can be quite affordable, as the city typically sees more business travelers than tourists. Accommodations cater to every type of visitor, from budget backpackers to history lovers and families. Choose from a number of larger chains, boutique hotels, and hostels. For the best sightseeing location, search for lodging in the town's historical district near the Plaza Mayor; options here include shared dorm-style rooms, apartment rentals, and luxury hotel suites in a former castle.
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  • The Palacio de Pimentel is located at Calle de las Angustias. This is the home of the provincial government and was the birthplace of Philip II in 1527, because the Royal Family had no palace at that ...  more »
  • Located in the plaza de San Pablo, it was birthplace of King Felipe II. Outside there is a beautiful plateresque window, it is currently the headquarters of the provincial Council of Valladolid, in the mornings during working hours you can see the Hall and a splendid courtyard, has a roof magnificent 15th century Mudéjar, at the entrance, there is a collection of 12 scenes from the life of the city of Talavera tiles in the hallway.
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  • To being only the provincial government building you can see the hallway, with beautiful tiles that tell the story of Felipe II, since here was born the King, and the courtyard. Outside, one of the barred windows, said that gate was cut to remove the child King and take you to be baptized at the Church of San Pablo. There is a chain to join the Court.
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  • Historic site in spectacular surroundings. Whenever I have visit took them to the place. It is obligatory to dare to enter to see the ceramics of the walls that perfectly reflect a Valladolid from another era. And the patio interior, beautiful and very evocative. A greeting!
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  • For us, the vallisoletanos, is a key place. Located at the intersection of San Pablo and the old Royal Palace, is the birthplace of Felipe II. This place has a curious story about the birth of the monarch and her subsequent baptism.
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  • Place of birth of Felipe II, very beautiful Palace which is worth a visit. The setting is unbeatable, with San Pablo and the National Museum of sculpture on the side
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  • My heart preferred, is a cozy place to stroll, visit and share.
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  • Palace full of history and curiosity... pity not to visit it on the inside, for another occasion.
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