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Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, Seville

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3.9/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Decorated with pieces of other buildings and artwork from all over the world, Palace of the Countess of Lebrija is one of the finest houses in Seville. Some of the tiles used to piece together the many mosaics were retrieved from an abandoned convent, and a coffered ceiling and a frieze were reclaimed from a 16th-century palace. Although it is commonly called a palace, the building was actually once the residence of a countess, not a king or queen. Countess Lebrija collected the artifacts that are displayed on the ground floor. Guided tours of the upper rooms showcase ornamented walls and furniture. These take place daily and can be booked the day of your visit. Before you head to Seville, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Seville trip itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Seville has to offer, including Palace of the Countess of Lebrija.
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  • You pay 5 euro for first floor, or 8 euro for first floor + guided tour of second floor. The interior of the house is as beautiful as it gets, absolutely a must-see. Just click the photos and see for ...  read more »
  • It has the soil with a few precious mosaics. Not bad, but if you go with little time there are more things to do.
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  • Beautiful remains and guided tour of the first floor to do even if the guide is only in English.
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  • Far more beautiful than I expected! I can recommend the palace with no reservations. The guided tour is very much worth it and it includes access to the second floor. Only 3 eur extra.
  • Great Roman floors. Beautiful Seville home well worth the visit.
  • It seems a joke. On July 4 I was about to visit him with my family at 18'00 hours which is supposed to be free, and after waiting more than one hour with more than 40 degrees, one of the many people who expected their opening, he phoned and was informed that in summer the free tours are cancelled, nor in the door you report anything or in tourist information jobs nor. Those who live nearby can go another day, but those who live more than 500 km. obviously we stayed without seeing it.
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  • To see Italica should go to Lebrija Palace to the Casa de Pilatos and the archaeological museum. In addition the House still retains the personality of its owner. It is a "must". However, this beautiful heritage should be better protected.
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  • You can not miss it.
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