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The Palace of the Counts of Cervello was a central building for the political life of the city of Valencia since the XVI century, and became the official residence of the Spanish kings when they visited the city. The building became a symbol for the monarchic power and hosted pivotal events for the history of the country, such as the signing of the declaration that dissolved the First Spanish Constitution and the abdication letter of Queen Maria Cristina (1840).
Visitors will have the possibility to explore the historical exhibition of the palace, the noble area, and the permanent possition linked to the Municipal Archive that is permanently located in the palace.
After booking the tour for the entire group, you will receive a confirmation email. This email contains a unique link to the visit, that will be automatically activated at the time of the visit. You will be able to share this link with the remaining members of the group, so they can also connect to the tour. This link will only be active during the time of the visit.