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Casa de Pilatos, Seville

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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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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  • 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.
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  • A renovator's delight. Recently on the market after being in Royal hands for a few centuries. Some classic Spanish plastering and some questionable tiling throughout but as it comes with some local artwork it should be a steal when it comes to Auction. Be mindful of the drafts aa it would be a nightmare to heat in the winter time, lucky its smack bang in the middle of Europe's sunniest city. planning permission has been granted for a bowling alley and 500 people nightclub (rumours have it Pacha are interested) so added value there. The lack of car garage coupled with typically impossible parking conditions of a Spanish city means its probably appropriate for a scooter driver, maybe even local delivery driver who is handy with his tools given the amount of work required. Guide price c €1.5m
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