Palace built by Don Francisco de los Cobos and the facade was renovated at the end of the 19th century. It has a cloister-like staircase almost certainly designed by Ventura Rodríguez.

The Royal Palace of Valladolid was the official residence of the Kings of Spain in Valladolid when Valladolid was the seat of the Cortes (1601-1606). It was inhabited by the Spanish monarchs Carlos I, Felipe II and Felipe III and also by Napoleon Bonaparte during the Peninsular War. The future king Felipe IV was born there on April 8, 1605. It has come to the present with numerous structural alterations of its primitive traces, completed around 1528. It is currently the headquarters of the IV Subinspeccion General of the Army.

As well as the monumental staircase there is a Plateresque courtyard with classical medallions in the tympani. The main Renaissance courtyard with Plateresque ornamentation deserves special attention.

Historical Data

Architecture:
Civil engineering
Construction:
Palace
Predominant styles:
Renaissance
Historical Period:
Early modern period

Address

Pza. San Pablo, 2. Valladolid. 47011 Valladolid.

More information

Oficina de Turismo of Valladolid

Address:

Plaza de Fuente Dorada s/n. Valladolid. 47001 Valladolid.

Teléfono: 983 330 893

Email: quioskoturismo@ava.es

Tourist Office of Valladolid

Address:

Pabellón de Cristal. Acera de Recoletos, s/n. Valladolid. 47004 Valladolid.

Telephone: 983 219 310

Fax: 983 217 860

Email: informacion@valladolidturismo.com

Email: oficinadeturismodevalladolid@jcyl.es

Website: http://www.info.valladolid.es

Opening hours

  • Wednesday: 12:00

Tickets

Free

Remarks: Reservation (except holidays). CLOSED UNTIL AUGUST 18

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