Casa de Pilatos, Seville

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Built primarily between the 15th and 16th centuries, Casa de Pilatos showcases a fusion of Mudéjar and Gothic architectural styles. The permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli, this Andalusian palace’s many halls and rooms are elegant to the point of decadence. The entire tour is filled with breathtaking architecture, opulent furnishings, manicured gardens, and historic paintings. Don't miss the Francisco Goya collection in the room after the Tower. The staircase to the top floor leads to a room with a ceiling crafted in Mudéjar honeycomb. Visit the palace's website for discounts and to book a private tour. Make Casa de Pilatos part of your personalized Seville itinerary using our Seville online trip planner .
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  • Beautiful mudejar-style construction. Guided tour of the staircase and upper floor. The rooms always follow each other different and interesting. It's worth the ticket price. Tip: Sometimes the row outside is kilometre and sunny. Return to the evening to enjoy the environments in romantic tranquility !
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  • One of the must-see places in Seville. Good driving in Spanish and English. 12 euros the whole ticket.
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  • This is a good place to visit for perhaps between one and two hours. Having access to the upstairs part is helpful. The tour up there that we had was good - the guide's English was very good - and it puts the course in a modern context, with information about the family and the changes. It is still a privately owned house. The house itself is beautiful, with the central courtyard - by design, of course - particularly impressive. The audio tour downstairs is very detailed, almost too detailed, but it is interesting.
  • Yet another place worth seeing in Seville. Getting there on a free day is a bit tricky as only 100 people are let in every 30 minutes. If you want to see the upstairs, take a guided tour with the Spanish guide. This is the only way to see this part of the villa.
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