Gaudi’s Palace announces it will reopen its doors this May. The monument will resume visits on May 1.Read More
Gaudi’s Palace has been lightened up as part of ‘Ilumina el Camino’ project. A yellow arrow over a blue background guide pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela in Xacobeo 2021. Read More
Gaudi’s Palace will close its doors temporarily on December 9th due to the new COVID-19 restrictions imposed until further notice. Read More
Gaudi’s Palace will close its doors on Wednesday morning, July 15th due to our Bishop emeritus decease. We ask our visitors to change their reservation. The Palace will open from 4 pm on the same Wednesday. We are really sorry for any inconvenience we have caused.
Gaudi’s Palace announced today, after a three-month shutdown, its plans to reopen its doors to the public on July 1st while adopting precautions to keep visitors spaced far apart to limit contagion from the coronavirus. Read More
Gaudi’s Palace has decided to close temporarily from Saturday 14th of March because of National Lockdown in Spain. Please contact us regarding any doubt or information related to visits by mail: email@example.comRead More
Gaudi’s Palace in Astorga launches My Visit, a way to take home a personalized digital souvenir of your tour through the building designed by the architect.
Gaudi’s Palace in Astorga has launched, on December 5th, a temporary exhibition inspired on Christmas time. Bishop Juan Antonio Menéndez, Astorga-Zamora’s and General Vicars, Palace’s Director and a representation from City Hall were invited on opening act. Titled ‘NATUS EST’, will be shown till January 31st on 2019 at the Palace’s second floor.
It’s origins stem from France in 2015 after Richard Faille decided to create euros that promote tourism. It ran over Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Nederlands and Portugal. The banknotes are printed showing one side Europe’s most symbolic monuments and on the other side each monument by itself.
The signing of the agreement dated May 25, 2018, in Astorga, for the dissemination of Gaudí’s heritage between the Gaudí Palace of Astorga and the Alfar de Jimenez de Jamuz Museum, has given its fruits.