The Palace of Liria , the 19th of September it opened fourteen of its rooms to the public, you have received in this first week a total of 1,800 visits and has already sold 16,000 tickets, as has been pointed out to the agency Europa Press, a spokesman of the House of Alba.
Since last Thursday, September 19, the public can visit the fourteen rooms of the Palace of Liria, coinciding with the return of the pictures of the duchess of Alba and the marquis of Lazán of Goya, the countess of Miranda, of Pantoja de la Cruz and the portrait of the duchess of Alba painted by Ignacio Zuloaga in 1921.
The schedule for a visit to the Palace ranging from 9.45 to 14.00 hours and from 16.00 hours to 19.00 hours. It is passes every 30 minutes and for groups of 20 people, one hour –at a price of 14 euros the general rate, while the first two passes are free–.
Precisely, from the institution have explained that those two free passes are already depleted for several months , as well as all the passes of September and on weekends until 9 November. In the month of October "are only some pass loose".
In statements to Europa Press, the director Cultural House of the Alba, Alvaro Romero , already explained that the works new arrivals have been provided for close to three months of the exhibition Balenciaga and the Spanish Painting organized by the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza. "Have recently returned to purpose with the opening of the visits," noted Romero.
The tickets to visit the palace can be purchased via the Internet and also from the ticket office that will be set up in the entrance door to the building. Will have a general price of 14 euros, although there will be a reduced rate of 12 euros for children, unemployed, students, people with reduced mobility, are 65 years and older and is free for those under 6 years of age.Updated Date: 27 September 2019, 01:02