Liria Palace

The Palacio de Liria is a majestic 18th century building that is one of the most notable private residences in Madrid thanks to its valuable art collection.

Looking back

The Liria Palace in Madrid enjoyed a life of luxury from its construction between 1767 and 1785 until the arrival of the Spanish Civil War, when it experienced the worst of its chapters due to the major fires that ravaged the interior of the building.

Fortunately, most of the pieces of the collection were saved from the flames because they were moved to other buildings such as the Bank of Spain, the Prado Museum, and the British Embassy.

Today, it's beautifully reconstructed to show its visitors an immaculate appearance and filled with priceless works of art.

​Visit Liria Palace

After first contact with the manicured gardens of the Palacio de Liria, we find the imposing neoclassical facade that gives entrance to the universe of the Casa de Alba.

During the tour through 14 rooms of the Liria Palace, you'll feel part of the royalty while you discover the curiosities of the building and relive the history of one of the most important lineages of Spain.

The palace's collections include an infinite number of artistic elements that its inhabitants gathered throughout their lives to decorate their homes, including elegant sculptures, furniture, and tapestries, as well as valuable paintings by great masters such as Goya, Velázquez, Tiziano, Rubens, and El Greco.

Tickets to Liria Palace

If you want to visit the Palacio de Liria, it's best to buy tickets in advance to ensure that you can visit it at the time you want.

To book your tickets, follow this link:

Tickets to Liria Palace


Monday from 10:15 am to 12:30 pm
Tuesday through Sunday and holidays: from 10:15 am to 12:30 pm, and 4:15 pm to 6:15 pm


Visit with audioguide: 16- 18 (US$ 19.70) general admission | 13- 15 (US$ 16.40) reduced admission
Guided visit: 35 (US$ 38.20) general admission | 28 (US$ 30.60) reduced admission

Liria Palace Ticket 15 (US$ 16.40)