Discover the Fernán Núñez Palace, on Santa Isabel Street, a beautiful 18th century palace that is currently the headquarters of the Spanish Railway Foundation. The palace offers guided tours so you can get to know the garden and its halls. A building that shines for its great beauty.
The construction of this magnificent palace began in 1790. Its condition has been preserved in perfect condition and also retains the original furniture, which has made it the perfect setting for the making of films and period series.
The palace has an extensive decoration of tapestries from the Real Fábrica de Santa Bárbara, including some replicas of Goya's cartoons. In addition, you can find incredible pieces of high quality craftsmanship, such as Murano and Baccarat glass chandeliers, marbles and bronzes, among other elements.
Through guided tours, you can lose yourself in the Patio del Recibo, the Stucco Room, the Salon de Pasos Perdidos and the Loggia, the Red Room, the Ballroom, the Elizabethan Room, the Main Dining Room, the Children's Dining Room and the Walnut Staircase. A range of rooms with unique characteristics and very representative of the era.
It is, without a doubt, one of the best preserved palaces you can find. The perfect opportunity to see firsthand what 18th century palace halls and the Elizabethan style were like. Don't miss it!
More information: Guided tours of the Fernán Núñez Palace.
Image credits: Fernán Núñez Palace © Spanish Railway Foundation.