Very beautiful palace, surprisingly not overcrowded. Palace has very old gobelens, furniture and pictures. Entrance fee is 3 EUR for adults. Also you can see nice small chapel during the visit.
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A nice place to tour and enjoy the interior riches. This former palace is full of wonderful objects. The series of tapestries were especially interesting.
not really a widely advertised place but very impressive on the inside with red carpets everywhere and lovely group of related tapestries, definatly worth a visit as is very cheap, about 5 or 6 euros.
This palace in is one of my favourite square also where tourist information are Palace have a beautiful colour and is just nice to sit and look at it Give you a very nice atmosphere Inside it is a multi building Some part open some...More
A pity that there is no English legend on display relating to the importance of this beautiful, Neo-classical building which historically housed the Latin Primate, Arch-bishop Bathyony in the 18th century. The Palace is particularly famous as being the site of the signing of the...More
During our town tour we were told about the discovers tapestries in this palace. For a minor charge of 3 euro you can go and see them. They were found behind the walls during construction and they date back to the 16 th century. Look...More
The palace is the winter home of the archbishop and has been since the end of the 18th century. It is one of the prettiest buildings in the city with typical neo-classical facade. Definitely worth seeing.
You walk through this lovely archway from the old town square to the palace. The Palace built in the 18th century is a very beautiful. The pattern on the roof of one of the adjoining buildings was great.