Located in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona the building dates back to the 15th century and boasts a beautiful Gothic façade along with both renaissance and baroque elements of architecture. These multiple architectural styles really make the building quite spectacular, and the beauty continues inside with the gothic cloister, first-floor chapel and impressive giant staircase.
The palace isn’t always open to the public but tends to be on certain national holidays and other days of the year. The best way to find out if you can head inside on tour is to ask the palace guards when the building will next be open to the public. If you can’ get inside, it’s still worth visiting to admire the architecture from the plaza.