Stroll through the twelve interconnected courtyards of Palacio Museo de Viana and you'll think you've stepped through the looking glass straight into Shang Gri La. The exterior may not look like much, excepting the main facade drawn by Juan de Ochoa in the Mannerist style, but like your mother says it's what's on the inside that counts. Inside, you'll find gardens worthy of a Babolonian King, masterful Flemish tapestires, Cordoba silverware and even some artistic gems by Goya. Palacio Museo de Viana is one of those places you cannot help but linger. Of course there's a price to paradise, 8 Euros for main entry and 3 Euros for patio access.
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