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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. Before you head to Seville, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Seville holiday planner, to make sure you see all that Seville has to offer, including Casa de Pilatos.
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  • This private residence together with the Palace of Lebrija and the home of the Duchess of Alba realize life style Seville nobility. very interesting but is suitable to go discount day (with tact on the website)
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  • The building is fantastic and we only saw the bottom. But I think expensive €8 including guidebooks, because the view is done in 20 minutes. There is nothing or almost nothing, empty spaces are
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  • The building is beautiful, and like the alcazar has some wonderful Mudéjar stucco decorations. The entrance ticket costs 8 euro (with audio guide included) to visit the shallow end and adding 2 euros you can visit the upper floor with a guide. If you're in a hurry, skip the upper floor: it is interesting but the highlight is definitely the ground floor.
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  • Amazing for weedings. Really good service. One of us was allergic and the maitre took good care of her. The gardens and the main dinning room was super cool, it was like traveling back to the Ancient Rome!
  • My husband and me visited this mudejar house in our last day in Sevilla before leaving to Cordoba. I didn't want to miss it because it was highly recommended, and I soon agreed. It is a symbol of the Andalusian art (mudejar style). There are 2 tickets: one cheaper, to visit the patio and the lower floor, as I chose, but adding 2 euro you can also visit the room on the upper floor.
  • Oh, stole my heart. Great find with a 2 & 4 yr old. Just beautiful x
  • A little overpriced (€6 for ground floor, €8 for both floors) for the relatively small venue. It was very quiet though, which made it a pleasure to visit the beautiful house of Pilatos. Alhambra-like architecture and extensive decorations with a Roman touch.
  • Impressive place - all the decorations, carvings and tiles are mesmerizing.