Palace of Viana

Plaza de Don Gome, 2. 14001 Córdoba.

Cultural Visit

The Palace of Viana is a stately home dating from the 15th century and located in the central neighbourhood of Santa Marina. It continued expanding until the middle of the 20th century. In the process, it would become a valuable example of a manor of the Cordovan nobility.

It was connected to the Cordovan aristocracy. From its beginnings until the 19th century, it belonged to the Marquisate of Villaseca and from then until 1980 to the Marquisate of Viana. It currently belongs to the Fundación Cajasur which keeps it open to the public as a museum.

Viana offers its visitors the possibility to visit a worldly noble house and to discover the evolution of architectural styles, decorative arts and environments related to the aristocracy. It invites you to be transported to other periods, to get to know the evolution of the ways of life, through its tastes and the important role these elites played throughout history. All of this is reflected in the magnificent artistic collections of the palace: leather, gold leather, paintings, armour, tiles, upholstery, furniture… The visit is completed with one of its main attractions: its twelve courtyards and a garden. The courtyard in Viana, a vestige of Roman and Muslim tradition, offers a wide representation of its history: from the neighbourhood courtyard of medieval origin, an example of popular architecture, to the Renaissance courtyards that are symbolic of power and pedigree


From September 1 to June 30:

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00h.
  • Sundays and holidays from 10:00 to 15:00h.
  • December 24 and 31 from 10:00 to 14:00h.

From July 1 to August 31:

  • Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 15:00h.


  • On Monday.
  • January 1 and 6, Good Friday and December 25



Plaza de Don Gome, 2.  14001 Córdoba.

How to get there:
  • Access through Santa Isabel street, Morales street or Enrique Redel street.