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Casa de Pilatos

Open today: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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A Gem of Sevilla

A little out from the Catedral-Giralda-Alcazar, but only some 15 minutes away, this is a must for... read more

Reviewed today
Free on Monday for EU residents but start queuing on time.

As we were in Seville on a Monday we took advantage of the possibility to visit this palace for... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Construction of this palace began in 1492. Today, part of the palace is a museum and is open to the public. There is a separate wing where the present Duchess of Medinaceli lives with her descendants and family. The palace has many gardens, patios...more
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Plaza Pilatos 1, 41003 Seville, Spain
+34 954 22 52 98
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Reviewed today

A little out from the Catedral-Giralda-Alcazar, but only some 15 minutes away, this is a must for understanding the Grandeur of Spanish Aristocracy for the past 5 centuries. The house was built for a noble and it is still in their hands after the many...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

As we were in Seville on a Monday we took advantage of the possibility to visit this palace for free. The free entrance starts from 15 h. We arrived there around 14.20 h and there was already a considerable long queue; about 70 people before...More

Thank Charl0tte01
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited this place in stead of the Alcazar (as there was a very long queue). This was a very nice casa, we loved it there an would recommend it.

Thank sarahdierkens
Reviewed 5 days ago

the architecture as well as the garden is very beautiful . The walls, the details of art as well as the statues are all wonderful.

Thank rosievil
Reviewed 5 days ago

We loved this ancient home. Rather difficult to find and expensive at €10 per person for the ground floor or €12 to include the upper floor. The upper floor is by guided tour only and it sounded like this was about once an hour. We...More

Thank exotissima1
Reviewed 5 days ago

Enjoyable visit among an old palace with plenty of tapestries, tiles and artifacts. We did the upstairs tour as well and it was worth it to see the rooms as once lived in with genuine artifacts.

Thank SymnCwl
Reviewed 6 days ago

Free on Mondays from 3pm for EU members, the queue was about 25 mins. Once inside it's nice and a relief from the city noise but not very big, unless you plan on taking a photo of every single tile and leaf, 20 mins and...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is like Alcazar-lite. A nice moorish/renaissance palace, not very big. Tip: Monday afternoons are free entry for EU citizens. So if you don’t mind the €10 entry fee (€12 with audio guide), visit Monday morning. There won’t be a lot of people (and...More

Thank Luuk B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

In some ways I enjoyed this Casa more than the Alcázar. Fewer people, lovely patios and so interesting to see how a wealthy family in Seville lived. The tile and woodwork are stunning.

Thank urbannomad69
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This palace is not to be missed while in Sevilla! We toured the Casa de Pilatos on our own, using the audio guides. The guides (available in several languages) were well presented and with excellent details. The grounds are beautiful, as are the various rooms....More

Thank Delphi2001
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8 April 2018|
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Response from Alexandra S | Reviewed this property |
You have to pay. As previously mentioned there are two rates one for down stairs/only 8euro photography permitted and a second rate including a guided tour upstairs photography not permitted. The Museum of Find Arts is... More
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16 December 2015|
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
A word of warning. The afternoon we visited there was free entry for EU citizens which resulted in us having to queue for at least 30 minutes to get in. It also meant that we were not able to visit the upper floor as the... More