Palace Houses in Seville

Compartir

Casas palacio de Sevilla, verdaderos tesoros "ocultos" de la ciudad.

Las casas palacio de Sevilla son lugares llenos de arte, belleza y sorpresas que no te puedes perder. A Sevilla la llamaban 'Nova Roma', por su esplendor, y a ella acudían los mejores artistas italianos y flamencos del momento, trayendo elementos del renacentismo como. Aquí puedes encontrar algunas de  las más representativas:

VIEW PHOTO ALBUM

 

 
Adress: C/ Dueñas, 5
 
Booking: General information: info@lasduenas.es 
Groups or guided tours information: grupos@lasduenas.es
 
Opening hours:
Summer (April to September) from 10 to 20 h. Last entry and access to the Palace is at 19:15 and will be emptied at 19:50 h. 
Winter (October to March) from 10 to 18 h. Last entry and access to the Palace is at 17:15 and will be emptied at 17:50 h.
Closed on January 1st , January 6th and December 25th. Previous day will be open until 15:00 pm.
 
Prices: General Ticket: 8€
Tickets for groups: 7€ (groups ≥ 20 people)
Reduced fee: 6€ Children from 6 y 12 years old, Disabled and over 65’s. (Status proof must be accredited with valid documentation)
Free entry: Children under 6. Working Mondays from 16h until reaching full capacity (The free tickets are only available in ticket office from 4 p.m. the same day of the visit, not being possible the previous reservation). Official Guides from Monday to Friday except holidays. 

 

Casa de Salinas (Salinas House)

El mejor Renacimiento se combinó con el Gótico y el Mudéjar en una armonía de estilos única en el mundo, algo que se refleja en esta casa del siglo XVI.

Adress: Mateos Gago, 39

Booking: visitas@casadesalinas.com

Opening hours:  Monday to friday from 10 am to 6 pm. Guided tour in Spanish and English. 

Price: 6 €  Children under  7 years: - 50 %. 

 

Casa de Pilatos (House of Pilate)

The magnificent Casa de Pilatos, officially known as the Royal Ducal House of Medinaceli, is one of the most intriguing buildings in Seville. It was built in the early 16th century in an amalgam of Renaissance, Gothic and Mudejar styles.

Adress: Plaza de Pilatos, 1. 

Opening hours: Late Octuber to late March, monday to sunday: 9 am to 6 pm. Rest of the year: 9 am to 7 pm. Floor plant: 6€ with audioguide. Rest of the floors: 8€.  

Price: Planta baja 6 € con audio-guía, 2 plantas 8 €.

Website: http://en.fundacionmedinaceli.org/monumentos/pilatos/index.aspx

 

Casa de los Pinelo (Pinelo House)

This house was built by the Pinelo family,rich Genovese traders who settled in Seville from the second half of the fifteenth century. The property is a result of the attachment of several adjacent houses which was carried out from the beginning of the sixteenth century by Jeronimo Pinelo.

Adress:  Abades Street, 14

Opening hours:  Monday to friday: 10.30 h. to 11.30 h. / 12.30 h

 

Casa Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija  (Duchess of Lebrija House)

The style of this 15th century palace, which was rebuilt in the 16th century, was the work of Regla Manjón, the Duchess of Lebrija, who bought it at the end of the 19th century. The house has the typical Sevillian layout with a hallway and a main courtyard around which the building is structured.

Adress:  Cuna Street, 8. 

Opening hours:   Monday to friday from: 10.30 am to 7:30 pm. Saturdays: 10 am to 2 pm. / 4pm to 6pm h. Sunday: 10 am to 2 pm.

July 1st to Agoust 31st: Monday to friday from 9 am to 3 pm. Saturdays: 10 am to 2 pm. Sundays: closed.

September 1st  to June 30th:  Tuesdays at 10.30 am, 11.30 am, 12.30 am.