We did not do the house to, but the Patios are what this palace is famous for, and they did not disappoint.
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This is one of the higfhlights of Cordoba, and worth much more money and publicity, but shhhhh, don't tell anyone. The gardens are open to the public and they are an oasis escape from the touristy rush outside. They are a 10-15 minute walk from...More
A perfectplace to be on an extremely hot day . Wondering throught the lovely cool gardens . lots of shay trees and cool water . The inside of the palace was interesting but unfortunatly the tour is only in Spanish they did give us a...More
The patios can be visited without a guide and at anytime the Palacio is open. The visit to the rooms is by guided tour only and available on the half hour and hour. There is information English but the guides spoke only Spanish. A fascinating...More
The building dates back to the 16th century and has been extended several times over the centuries. It was built to house Spanish nobility and the old house and its artifacts are on display. But the real attraction of this house are the 12 patios...More
I visited this place on my own on a Saturday morning in June. It took me around 10 minutes to walk there from Tendillas square. When I arrived there was only one person in the queue ahead of me at 11.15. I was informed that...More
Very interesting insight into the lifestyle of Spanish royalty. The Palace was fascinating but the tour was a bit rushed and only in Spanish even though the majority of people were English speaking. The Patios were pleasant to stroll through as a finally to the...More
A beautiful house - you can really see the lifestyle. In spring, the flowers are in full bloom, in summer its one of the cooler spots to hide from the sun and rest a while - a lovely spot.
The Palacio de Viana is out of the main attraction core but don't let that stop you from visiting this lovely set of garden rooms and interesting house. A taxi to the house is not costly. When you arrive you will be given a time...More
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There are twelve courtyards each with its own beauty. You step from one to another by entering and leaving the building with views of different rooms all delightfully furnished.
As you know, the twelve patios surround the completely decorated house, inhabited until 1980 that you can also visit! Thank you.