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The Palace of Charles V is a Renaissance building in Granada, southern Spain, located on the top of the hill of the Assabica, inside the Nasrid fortification of the Alhambra. The building has never been a home to a monarch and stood roofless until 1957.
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|Tuesday||8:30 AM – 8:00 PM, 10:00 – 11:30 PM|
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|Thursday||8:30 AM – 8:00 PM, 10:00 – 11:30 PM|
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A must see. Incredible history. Definitely buy the tickets so you can go inside all of these places.
El Palacio de Carlos V está conectando con los Palacios Nazaríes, por lo que hay que se accede luego de ingresar a los primeros. La entrada es parte del paquete general de La Alhambra (precio generales 14 euros), pero hay que tener en cuenta que el ticket tiene un horario definido para poder entrar, y hay que estar antes en la puerta (de los Palacios Nazaríes). Contrasta el cambio de estilo entre los Palacios Nazaríes y el de Carlos V, sin los detalles en Las paredes y techos. Se destacan los detalles en Las puertas de madera, los balcones y pasillos con hermosas vistas, y los jardines ornamentales con fuentes y árboles y flores.
It looks nice from the outside but I was amazed by this circular courtyard. Great classical architecture.
Interesting section of the Alhambra. On a really cold day winter day, the museums offer a nice warm refuge from the other open air palaces.
Incredible place, must visit. If possible see once at night too. Worth it.
Beautiful architecture. And has a great view of surroundings.
Impressive minor palace within the free access area of the Alhambra. Stunning courtyard inside and a very good free museum just inside the main entrance which should be visited. Highly recommended.
An interesting part of the Alhambra that is a glorious example of Renaissance architecture at its finest. It offers good respite from the summer heat and has many areas to explore. There are so many wonderful flourishes and beautiful details to see and it is worth taking the time to really look at all the delights this minor palace has to offer. Fantastic historical site.
This building is just gorgeous. Massive but elegant and proud. Worth going inside for a look. Note the fine art museum is free for Europeans
Beautiful area. If you stand in the middle, you can hear yourself echo!
It's an unusual place, an Italian style Renaissance palace dropped into a Spanish Muslim palace. It's definitely worth a look but the building is largely empty or inaccessible so your visit won't take long. It's a good place to kill time if you arrived too early for your booking into the Nasrid Palace but don't have enough time to do the Generalife.
Very lovely place, a must see when about granada. Very safe, clean, touristic, lots of gardens, very relaxing and gorgeous place to visit.
Alot of walking also stairs involved but well worth it..