Upon seeing the palace we were impressed with the architecture. We could not enter the palace and had to wait for 20 min. After the wait we bought tickets to a Spanish tour (no English tours), because you could only see the inside of the palace when you buy tickets for the tour. Inside there was furniture in the rooms (unlike its neighbouring house El Capricho del Gaudi), but everything was explained in Spanish so we didn't understand what they were talking about. What was disappointing was that we could only see the rooms downstairs and we could walk upstairs and downstairs again. From the outside it's a must-see, but you can spend the time you would have on the tour elsewhere.
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