- Visit The Domecq Palace, the finest example of 18th-century Jerez Baroque architecture
- Learn about the Palace's history with an engaging audio guide
- Discover a unique cultural ensemble of paintings, tapestries, and sculptures
- Admire one of the best views of Jerez from the Palace's majestic balconies
The Domecq Palace is the greatest architectural exponent of Jerez baroque from the 18th century built by the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie winemakers established in the city.With a quadrangular floor plan, it’s structured by a large central courtyard of Italian marble, and a three-story facade with majestic balconies that give way to one of the b...
- Audio guide, Entrance ticket, With audioguide, Wheelchair accessible
- Instant confirmation e-Voucher Where: Plaza Aladro, no 2, 11402 Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain Meeting point: The entrance to the visit will be at Plaza Aladro nº 1. Please arrive 10 minutes in advance. What to remember: Visits will be done in groups, starting every 60 minEach entry will be assigned a visiting hour. Once the visit begins, you will not be able to access the Palace. It is essential to arrive 10 minutes in advanceThe reduced ticket is only for children between 6 and 12 years old, seniors over 65 years old, and people in wheelchairsThe Palace is enabled for people with reduced mobility. Two places are made available in each group. Due to logistical issues, for wheelchair access, tickets must be purchased 48 hours in advanceAudio guide available in Spanish, English, and FrenchStarting days and times: Tuesday to Saturday: Morning: 10.00/11.00/12.00/13.00/14.00 | Afternoon: 16.00/17.00/18.00/19.00. Sundays: Morning: 10.00/11.00/12.00/13.00 | Mondays: ClosedEaster Week: Morning only, except Good Friday. Afternoon and Mondays: ClosedClosed:1st January, 6th January, Good Friday, 25th December
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