Built between the 15th and 16th centuries, Las Duenas Palace remains one of the major architectural and historical attractions in the city. The building includes a range of styles, like Gothic-Mudejar and Renaissance. Inside you'll find a varied collection of sculptures and paintings. Audio guides in Spanish, French, or English can help you navigate the attraction. Guided tours are also available--for larger groups with advance notice. Check the website for details. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Las Duenas Palace by using our Seville travel itinerary planner.
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Tours to Las Duenas Palace
$13 BOOK WITH VIATOR Ticket + Audioguide to the Palace of Las Dueñas Ticket + Audioguide to the Palace of Las Dueñas
Duration: 1 to 2 hours
$43 BOOK WITH VIATOR Small Group Seville's City Centre - Heritage of Seville Walking Tour Small Group Seville's City Centre - Heritage of Seville Walking Tour
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
$31 BOOK WITH VIATOR Las Dueñas visita guiada. Palacio y jardines Las Dueñas visita guiada. Palacio y jardines
Duration: 75 to 90 minutes
$10 BOOK WITH VIATOR Seville: Old Town Wonders Exploration Game Seville: Old Town Wonders Exploration Game
Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes
$102 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private tour Palace of Dueñas Private tour Palace of Dueñas
Duration: 45 minutes
Las Duenas Palace reviews
This attraction was a few minutes walk from our hotel. Upon a friend’s recommendation, we went to visit. Although we paid an entry ticket, we did not use an audio guide. The grounds are stunning, as.... more
This attraction was a few minutes walk from our hotel. Upon a friend’s recommendation, we went to visit. Although we paid an entry ticket, we did not use an audio guide. The grounds are stunning, as.... more »
The palace was built in the 15th century and is now home to the Alba family. The palace is in Renaissance style with local elements, there are many gardens in the palace and during our visit it was...
The palace was built in the 15th century and is now home to the Alba family. The palace is in Renaissance style with local elements, there are many gardens in the palace and during our visit it was... more »
We were given free tickets to this by the manager of our hotel Gravina 51, and we so grateful that he did. This is not on the normal tourist list. The Duke and his family still live in the palace but.... more
We were given free tickets to this by the manager of our hotel Gravina 51, and we so grateful that he did. This is not on the normal tourist list. The Duke and his family still live in the palace but.... more »
This is a beautiful house and the garden and courtyards are amazing. It is tucked away in one of the narrow streets but it was a delightful find. There is and audio guide if required (recommended) Allow around an hour and a half at least to enjoy without rushing. It's a really interesting family history and it's well presented. I could have stayed all day. It is very a relaxed atmosphere. I visited on a weekday around mid morning and I plan to make another visit again soon. So far it's on at top of my list of favourite places in Seville. Concessions are available for some on the price on proof of age if I recall correctly.
Beautiful place from the well known Duchess Cayetana, now deceased. You can feel how she and previous generations must have lived in the Palace and you almost feel part of it after a while. Inner court gardens are stunning. Audio tour is a bit too lengthy for my liking but very complete. Definitely worth the visit
Absolute banger! Beautiful garden full of colours. Very nice palace to walk around. Lots of small details and things to see. Definitely would recommend to visit. Try to get there later in the day when it is less busy
Stumbled across this place after a heavy lunch and had no idea this existed in Seville despite having come here three times before. Very beautiful place. €12 may be a bit steep. Given the net worth of the Duke of Alba I think he could make it a bit more accessible but I was happy to pay. Some stunning architecture and beautiful courtyard.
Pretty interesting place with quite s bit of information and expositions about the life of the different residents along the last years. Very nice gardens and architecture too, even if uninterested towards the nobility and history, the nice views are worth it.
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