Palacio De Gaudi, Astorga

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The exteriors alone are worth the visit at Palacio De Gaudi, a Gothic palace filled with religious and historical artwork as well as an Episcopal museum. The architecture of the building itself is breathtaking, with colorful stained-glass windows, and the sculptures in the gardens are a highlight, too. Inside, a few of the artists featured include Francisco Herrera el Viejo, Francisco Pacheco, Zurbarán, and Murillo. Some of the documents in the library date back to the 14th century. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Palacio De Gaudi by using our Astorga attractions planner.
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  • Like many Gaudí buildings, the Palacio de Gaudí in Astorga is best savored from all angles. In our case, we lacked were unable to go inside, but we covered as much as possible of the exterior, which....  more »
  • A beautiful building with the seal of the great Catalan architect, built originally for the bishop, nowadays open to the public. A must see when visiting Astorga.  more »
  • The Palace of Astorga is also known as the Palace of Gaudi the famous architect that also created La Sagrada in Barcelona. The inside of the palace has a lot to see including an abundance of stained glass throughout. This palace is built Catalonia style and is only one of three outside of Catalonia that was built by Gaudi.
  • Excellent guide with very detailed explanations.

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