This magnificent building is located in the heart of the city, near the Plaza of the Nuns, on the corner of C / Palace. It's a pretty big palace, which has recently been completely renovated as an office building. It was built in the seventeenth century in a neoclassical style. It has a striking semicircular tower in the corner and the whole facade is decorated with typical Andalusian tiles.
This palace is home to the Tourist Information Office of the Government of Andalusia. It is located just opposite the Grand Theatre, in the pedestrian shopping center of the city and very close to the Plaza of the Nuns. Like the theater, it was built in the early twentieth century in a neoclassical style. The highlights are its facade, towers, balconies with decorative details and the different shapes of window that give the building its name. Inside is a hall lined with typical Andalusian tiles and stained glass windows. It is a beautiful place.