Palaces

Palaces
A legacy that reaches our days


Among the city’s set of Historical Artistic works, the civil works are especially noteworthy. A clear example is the number of stately palaces to be found in many of its streets, most of them built in the 16th and 18th centuries. The blend of styles is evident in their façades and interiors: Renaissance, baroque, neoclassical… and we can appreciate the evolution of decoration from more sober styles to the most elaborate. All of them take us back to a time when the power of certain families was expressed in material form in their houses, which fortunately remain with us to this day as our heritage.

Palacio de Bendaña
A great example of Plateresque
Palacio de Bendaña
Palacio de las Bezaras
Baroque building from s.XVIII
Palacio de las Bezaras
Palacio de Los Condes de Haro
A mixture of styles
Palacio de los Condes de Haro
Palacio de Tejada
Among the baroque and neoclassical
Palacio de Tejada
Palacio de Los Salazar
Among the Plateresque and herreriano
Palacio de los Salazar
Palacio de la Plaza de La Cruz
Impressive Baroque mansion
Palacio de la Plaza de la Cruz
Palacio de Las Sevillanas
Baroque palace from s.XVIII
Palacio de las Sevillanas
Casa Pisón
Baroque palace from s.XVII
Casa Pisón