One of the most outstanding buildings in the history of the city of Valencia. A Gothic palace reconverted to the rococo of the hand of illustrious artists such as Hipólito Rovira and Ignacio Vergara. Its façade is an allegorical compendium of the prestige of the houses Rabasa and Perellós. The carriages that are preserved inside are beautiful examples of an elegant and colorful lifestyle. Our guide will know the different rooms that make up the palace and, decorated with sumptuous furniture, paintings, porcelains, utensils, tableware, etc, enhance the beauty of this noble space and make the visit more pleasant. Pieces such as the Chinese lounge, the Pompeian hall, the red room, the dining room, the bedrooms of the marquises, the chapel or the ballroom are just a small sample of the elaborated content that we want to make you discover. The ceramic museum of the illustrious Gonzalez Martí, with pieces ranging from the Neolithic to the bold avant-gardes of the brilliant Picasso, is the perfect brooch for such a visit.