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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. Make Casa de Pilatos part of your personalized Seville itinerary using our Seville online trip planner.
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  • I absolutely loved this place because I love tiles and the range of tiles was extraordinary. I also love Mujedar architecture. If you do too, by all means go and try to go early and not on a day that....  more
    I absolutely loved this place because I love tiles and the range of tiles was extraordinary. I also love Mujedar architecture. If you do too, by all means go and try to go early and not on a day that....  more »
  • Be overwhelmed with patters and designs! I adored the visit and would say it’s a must see place. Sit down and enjoy the ambience! Open yourself to the magic of ages and influences. 
    Be overwhelmed with patters and designs! I adored the visit and would say it’s a must see place. Sit down and enjoy the ambience! Open yourself to the magic of ages and influences.  more »
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  • A great find, a little pricey €10, but well worth it in my opinion. Some of the best and well preserved history in Seville. A grand house with panelling and ceramic tiles, a lush, but modest, garden and excellent ancient Roman and Greek statues. Well worth a visit. It will take you around 1-5 hours to complete the tour.
  • A renaissance gem of a palace that is loaded with Roman artifacts and statues. It has beautiful gardens and in many way ushered the renaissance into Spain. There are so many interesting things in this museum. You can use your phone as an audioguide and it really enhances the experience. You really cannot miss this palace during your visit.

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