A man at our hotel recommended this magnificent palace to us. We took our time exploring on the way there and made our way through some uncrowded and very beautiful streets and alleys and squares. My kids, 15 and 12, were most impressed that this was once a private home. Each room contained impressive works of art; cards in multiple languages told of the history of both the palace and paintings, etc. There were very few people there. A pretty garden, adjacent to the museum, has a small play area for children 2-6. Cost for my family of 4 was around 30 Euro.
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