Palacio De Viana Entradas

About Palacio De Viana

The Palacio De Viana Entradas was a residence for noble families up until the turn of the 20th century, but it also had a strong public influence. The "patios" and garden that give it the nickname "Museum of the Patios" are among its principal attractions. The seamless blending of indoor and outdoor spaces gives the palace a unique harmony. Paintings, tapestries, leather, and ceramic tiles are just a few of the collections that stand out. The enormous building, which was occupied by the aristocratic Marquesses de Viana until 1980, is crammed with artwork and antiquities.

You can either have a self-guided tour of the magnificent patios and garden or a guided tour of the rooms. 800 meters from Plaza de las Tendillas, to the northeast. When you visit the Palacio Museo de Viana, you will travel back in time to when it was a bustling mansion with horse-drawn carriages conveying royal damsels and when some of Spain's most famous figures were entertained in the patios.

Why Book Palacio De Viana Entradas?

Highlights- Out of so many fascinating places to visit in Cordoba, Discover 12 courtyards in Córdoba, Spain's city of courtyards.- View the various historical styles of a noble residence from the outside.- Learn about the changes in the aristocratic owners' lifestyles and preferences.- View the stunning arches, fountains, and orange trees.- Wander in the gardens to help you forget you're in the city.

Inclusions- Admission to the courtyards and gardens of Viana Palace, an official national landmark and "museum of courtyards" in Córdoba, Spain's most renowned courtyard city.- Entry ticket for the tour of this opulent, aristocratic home's exterior, which features 12 courtyards, a variety of architectural styles, and five centuries of history.

What To See In Palacio De Viana

The enormous structure of Palacio De Viana Entradas is crammed with artwork and antiquities, and it was owned by the wealthy Marquesses de Viana until 1980. With a self-guided leaflet, you may simply stroll about the magnificent patios and garden, or you can go on a guided tour of the apartments and enjoy the magnificent view of the country yards and gardens.

Receiving Yard

The primary entrance of the Palacio De Viana Entradas is the Receipt Courtyard, which was built to impress guests and display the enclosure's nobility and the residents of the home. It has a trapezoidal floor plan that fits the original site, encircled by a porticoed gallery with 16 Tuscan columns and two-storey buildings. A column that would have allowed the owners to park the carriages in the stables and display a portion of the palace to the public is missing from the entrance vertex. The Reception Courtyard had to continually be spotless and preserve its flowers and green mantle because it was an open entrance to a magnificent residence.

Cats Yard

The Patio de los Gatos (Cats Yards) is the oldest known neighborhood Palacio De Viana Entradas in the city. It has medieval origins and a distinctly popular character, which is emphasized by its white walls covered in pots. This patio was originally a part of the alleged Casas de la Puentezuela de Tres Caos. The third owner of the palace, Gómez de Figueroa y Córdoba, purchased these cottages in 1545 in the name of his wife, maintained them apart from the main house and rented them out. The Patio de los Gatos, which got its name from the numerous cats that prowled there, attracted by the leftover food, became a service area in 1873 after the kitchens were erected in the adjacent room.

Country Yard Of Orange Trees

The Patio de Los Naranjos is adjacent to the promenade, and let your senses here be carried away by the fragrance of orange blossoms, the tinkling of the water, the darkness, and the beautiful plants. The Hispano-Muslim gardens, which were significant in the historical development of the Cordovan patio, are reminiscent of this area. Plants and water were intended to be the major components in these quiet, contemplative spaces. The employment of cutting-edge methods to acclimatize species, as is the case with the century-old orange trees in this courtyard, allowed the gardens in the Andalusian realm to serve both an aesthetic and an agricultural purpose.

Lady's Patio

The Patio de la Madama( Lady’s Patio) was constructed in the 18th century as part of renovations made to the palace by Ana Rafaela Fernández de Mesa and her husband, Fernando Cabrera Gómez de Cárdenas. They were the castle's twelfth owners. Its name alludes to the freshwater nymph known as the naiad of the central fountain in Greek mythology. The Romans utilized sculptures of deities extensively in their gardens; the Renaissance continued this practise, which was resurrected in the 18th century

Pool Courtyard

The Patio de la Alberca, along with the Patio del Pozo and the Patio de los Jardineros, belonged to the house of the Torres Cabrera counts. In the 19th century, the house's twelfth owner, Diego Rafael Cabrera Fernández de Table, exchanged it for a farmhouse, at which point it was annexed to the Palacio de Viana. The pool and the greenhouse are the two structures that stand out in this area. When the monument was made accessible to the general public in the 1980s, the first was transferred from the adjacent Patio del Pozo to this patio in order to simplify visitor circulation. Currently, it still serves the same purpose passed down from the Muslims: solarize, aerate, and oxygenate the well water prior to hand-watering as it always has been done in Vienna for centuries.

Gardeners Courtyard

The central feature of this courtyard is a straightforward well that pulls water from a subterranean stream. The black wrought iron finish and the enchinado pavement contrast with the curbstone's hexagonal shape, which is bleached and topped with a brick border. There are four water wheel buckets that were discovered inside the well on the well's mouth. When the palace was made available to the public, the pool in this area was relocated to a patio next door. The font that is fastened to the palace wall and has a gray marble mask that reads, "Source of Doa Leonor," one of the daughters of the second Marquis de Viana, is another water source.

Know Before You Book Palacio De Viana Entradas

Essential Information- Location: The Palacio De Viana Entradas is next to the Roman mausoleum and little to the north of the beautiful Alcazar and Grad Mosque.- Timings: The Palacio De Viana Entradas is open for visitors from Tuesday to Saturday - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The palace is open for visitors from Tuesday to Saturday - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Monday the Palacio De Viana Entradas is closed .

  • Best Time To Visit: The best time to visit the Entradas Palacio De Viana Córdoba is during Spring from 11:00 to 1:00 during this time the granders in the palace are filled with the flowers and weather is apt for visitors to explore the palace .

How To Reach

  • By Bus: Lines 147, 17, 18, 32, 53, 9 have the nearest stop to the Palacio De Viana Córdoba.
  • By Train: Routes C3A, C4A, C4B have the nearest stop to the Palacio De Viana Córdoba.
  • By Metro: Lines M-1, M-2, M-3, M-5 are located near the Palacio De Viana Córdoba.

Palacio De Viana Entradas FAQs

Can I Book Palacio De Viana Entradas online?

You can book Entradas Palacio De Viana Córdoba tickets online on the official website of the institute or on any travel website to book the tickets at the comfort of your home.

What is the minimum age required to book Palacio De Viana Entradas?

The minimum age required to book Palacio De Viana Entradas is 11 years of age, while those below the age of 11 are allowed free entry.

Will I get a discount on booking the Palacio De Viana Entradas online?

Yes you can get great deals and discounts on booking Entradas Palacio De Viana Cordoba tickets online.

What is the best time to experience Palacio De Viana?

The best time to experience the Palacio De Viana is during Spring from 11:00 to 1:00 during this time the granders in the palace are filled with the flowers, there is less rush, and weather is apt for visitors to explore the palace .

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What is special about the Palacio De Viana?

The Palacio de Viana is a stunning palace with patios all around it. It is especially during the spring. The palace is filled with artwork and interesting items, and it has 12 magnificent patios that are covered with flowers in every colour. In the gardens, orange trees and cypresses dance, and inside the castle, towering staircases and halls inspire awe and grandeur in the visitor.

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