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The late Duchess of Alba, Cayetana de Alba, refurbished and reopened this Palace at her own expense after its destruction during the Spanish Civil War bombing?
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Ages 5yrs and below go free. Children aged 6-12yrs and senior citizens aged 65yrs and above enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID)
Spain’s grand history and culture are visible inside Liria Palace, the official residence of the Alba Family. Grand and royal, Liria Palace is a stunning attraction in Madrid, featuring neoclassical architecture and opulent interiors. It is open to visitors, giving a peek into the royal life of the Alba Family and their stunning art collections.
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
Make sure to book your Liria Palace tickets well in advance to secure your spot. You can book your tickets online and enjoy a hassle-free experience touring Liria Palace.
Built towards the end of the 18th century, the Liria Palace is over three centuries old. It provides proof of Spain’s heritage and the importance of the Alba Family.
The antique collection inside Liria Palace is almost as rich as the Royal Palace of Madrid. The Albas were art and culture patrons, collecting valuable antiques.
Liria Palace’s neoclassical architecture is a sight for sore eyes. Designed by architects Louis Guilbert and Ventura Rodriguez, the palace has grand facades and opulent interior spaces.
Liria Palace has been the home of the Alba Family for generations. It contains the family's wonderful art collection, featuring portraits and paintings by Francisco de Goya, Diego Velázquez, and Raphael.
Liria Palace’s calm gardens complement its overwhelming and royal interior. They are colorful and have a unique graveyard for the many pets of the Alba Family.
A book lover's fantasy, Liria Palace’s incredible book collection includes over 18,000 volumes. You’ll find rare manuscripts and many first editions.
Below are the opening hours for Liria Palace:
Last Entry: 30 minutes before entry
Closed On: 1, 5, and 6 January; 24, 25, and 31 December
Best Time To Visit: Early morning and weekdaysLiria Palace Timings
Address: C. de la Princesa, 20, 28008 Madrid, Spain. Find on Map
By Metro: Metro Line 3
By Train: C1, C10, or C4A train line
By Bus: You can get down at Ventura Rodríguez (1, 2, 44, 74, 133, 138, C2, N21), Princesa - Rey Francisco (1, 44, 133, 138, C1, 2, C2), Princesa - Centro Comercial (M2), and Centro Cultural Conde Duque (M2) stops.
By Car: Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (27.3 km)
Car Parking: Princesa 25, Garaje Marcenado, Reim, and Vallehermoso are nearby car parks.Liria Palace Directions
Yes. You can buy Liria Palace tickets online for a convenient and hassle-free experience.
Buying your Liria Palace tickets online is the best option. You can get exciting discounts and deals.
Liria Palace is located at C. de la Princesa, 20, 28008 Madrid, Spain. Find on Map.
You can get discounts on Liria Palace tickets by booking them online.
Yes. Liria Palace is worth going to because it offers insight into the royal lives of the Alba family.
Public transport options like bus and metro are the best way to reach Liria Palace.
Early mornings and weekdays are the best time to visit Liria Palace.
Museo Nacional del Prado, Puerta de Alcalá, and National Archaeological Museum are attractions close to Liria Palace.
Yes. Liria Palace has an entrance fee.
No. You cannot take pictures inside Liria Palace.