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The Best Museums in Seville

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Museums in Seville

Art Museum
4.5
Housed in an ornate former convent dating back to 1594, Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla features works by mostly Spanish artists from the me
Tours from $12
4.2
Built between the 15th and 16th centuries, Casa Palacio de Las Duenas remains one of the major architectural and historical attractions in th
Tours from $6
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Duration: 1 hour
Explore the gorgeous city of Seville with this unlimited 24hr or 48hr hop-on hop-off bus tour! With access to 14 tour stops along the route, there's no better way to explore the very best sights of southern Spain's capital of culture. This double-decker bus tour also gives you the chance to experience 4 free walking tours for a closer look at Seville's points of interest. Specifically, you'll see Plaza de Espana and Maria Luisa Park, the Santa Cruz Quarter, the Triana district and a Ferdinand Magellan tour! Also enjoy a free guided tour of the Fine Arts Museum, where you'll discover historic Spanish art from times gone by.
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History Museum
Palacio de Viana , Cordoba
4.3
Once the former residence of the Marquis of Viana, Palacio de Viana contains a vast collection of tiles, furniture, tapestries, porcelain, pa
Tours from $23
Museo Lara , Ronda
4.6
Step into a grim reality of Museo Lara and see the diverse collection of curiosities of Juan Antonio Lara Jury. Starting with a large collect

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Where to stay in Seville

Seville's flat, grid-like city center makes it one of Spain's most walkable cities. While no part of the center is more than a 15-minute walk away, you might enjoy staying on one of the many picturesque cobblestone streets leading off from the famous Cathedral in Plaza España. Boutique hotels and historical apartment rentals intermix with the old quarter's tapa bars and Andalusian storefronts. Nearby, Barrio Santa Cruz is a bit quieter than the main plaza but still boasts the city's sought-after old-world charm. Across the river is the Triana neighborhood, where a lack of heavy tourism has preserved the strong local scene in this mainly residential area full of traditional restaurants and corner bars.
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