Such a beautiful building to look at, with light stone and lots of carving. Stunning. And so centrally located.
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Seville City Hall, the Ayuntamiento, is well worth a visit. Tickets can be purchased online for only 4 euro for non-residents. The tour lasts 45-50 mins and is very informative as parts of the building date back hundreds of years with many works of arts....More
Part of a walking tour, we were told of the history of this building and its architecture.Very impressive and interesting to hear why they never finished the architecture at the end of the building.
The Ayuntamiento site in the geographical centre of the city and was where the monopoly in trade that Seville have with the 'Indies' was conducted (prior to that serious trade was discussed outdoors in the square). The east side of the building is 16th century...More
Very close to the cathedral, the Ayuntamiento is surrounded by open space in the main part of the city. Has some very interesting facts that we received during our free walk about tour.
Town Hall. After you have seen the Monasterio de la Encarnation, continue your visit by walking downhill by the S. Anton street, doing so you will arrive on the Plaza Duquesa Osuna, and a bit further you are reaching the Plaza Mayor where you will...More
The Ayuntamiento (City Hall) has very good tours that show one the upper floor, which is quite beautiful. There is one salon where there is a very impressive coffered ceiling in gold. The building is historic and there are many historic things like furniture in...More
In between Plaza Nueva and San Francisco this is a beautiful building still in use by the city and the local police.
We were surprised that nobody was there to give some assistance on how to buy tickets. It's a self-service kiosk and once we figured out how to purchase a ticket (credit card only), we were told tours only took place at certain hours. In our...More