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Seville: Las Dueñas Palace Ticket and Audioguide

Seville: Las Dueñas Palace Ticket and Audioguide

Make the most of your trip to Seville with a visit to Las Dueñas Palace, one of the city’s greatest historical attractions, built between the 15th and 16th centuries. Arrive at the palace and pick up your audioguide, then embark on an exploration of the majestic rooms, courtyards, gardens, patios, and more. As you wander around the palace, marvel at its stunning architecture that includes styles from the Gothic-Mudejar era to the Renaissance period. The intricate details of the palace’s architecture ooze charm and character, creating a luxuriously royal atmosphere. The palace also has a diverse collection of art works to be admired including paintings and sculptures. The current layout of the pieces on display has been curated to reflect how the palace would have looked during the times that it was lived in. From your audioguide, learn about the palace’s fascinating history, as well as the people and families who once lived here. You’ll also learn about the many important visitors to the palace, which include Queen Victoria, Jackie Kennedy, Raniero III of Monaco and his wife Grace Kelly, and many more.

Seville: Palacio de Las Dueñas Guided Tour with Tickets

Seville: Palacio de Las Dueñas Guided Tour with Tickets

Gallery, Historic Building and Palace in Seville The palace consists of a series of courtyards and buildings. The style ranges from Gothic art-Moorish to the Renaissance, with local influences in the bricks, shingles, tiles, whitewashed walls and pottery. Since the 15th century, the palace has belonged to one of the most important families, the Ducal House of Alba. The palace has belonged to one of the most important families, the Ducal House of Alba, since the 15th century and is still inhabited by this family today. The interior is a walk through the family history where we can contemplate the historical-artistic legacy of characters such as the Empress of France, Eugenia de Montijo. Famous visitors to the palace included Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly, and Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson.

Seville: Casa de Salinas Ticket and Guided Tour

Seville: Casa de Salinas Ticket and Guided Tour

If you've already seen the Alcázar, skip the lines and check out this micro-version instead. As with other Seville mansions, such as Casa de Pilatos, Palacio de Lebrija, and Palacio de Las Dueñas, the Casa de Salinas is privately owned and is still home to a family. See 16th-century patios with stunning Mudéjar plasterwork arches and a Roman mosaic of Bacchanalian shenanigans, original ceramic tiles, and the family’s winter and summer drawing rooms with exquisitely painted wooden ceilings. In the 16th century, Seville was the most important city in Europe. The riches of the New World arrived at its port, which were later distributed throughout the continent. They called it Nova Roma for its splendor, and it was frequented by the best Italian and Flemish artists of the moment. The best Renaissance was combined with the Gothic and the Mudejar in a harmony of styles unique in the world. In this context the House of Salinas was built. The building is situated in the monumental Old Town of Seville, 2 steps from the cathedral, La Giralda, and Los reales Alcázares. At the beginning of the 20th century, the house became the property of the Salinas family, which subjected it to a delicate and thorough restoration to restore its original appearance, which had been partially altered throughout its 400 years of history, especially around 1900. At present, it shows off its primitive structures of the 16th century with elements typical of the time of its construction.

Seville Old Town: 'The Inheritance' Outdoor Escape Game

Seville Old Town: 'The Inheritance' Outdoor Escape Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Seville's Old Town while playing an exciting mobile-based quest. Walk past many beautiful iconic landmarks, solve clues, and discover intriguing hidden gems to see the city from a different perspective. Finish at the Iglesia de San Lorenzo. Download the app, go to the starting point at the Hotel Alfonso XIII, and begin the adventure. Follow clues to learn about Seville's fascinating history and architectural masterpieces like the famous Alcazar Palace. Unlock the secret stories of the places you visit as you solve the problem and guess the answers. Find out fascinating details about the Santa Maria de la Sede Cathedral. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. There’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

Seville: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour & Palacio de las Dueñas

Seville: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour & Palacio de las Dueñas

Immerse yourself in the most different part of Seville city center with this 3 hour guided walking tour Meet your guide and start your adventure visiting Antiquarium museum situated in Metropol Parasol. Get to know Sevilla hidden monuments in an informative way on a 3-hour walking tour around the north district of Seville city center. The tour continue through Feria street and market insdie the charming Macarena neighbourhood. Explore the old Cardo Máximo of the city. Hear stories behind the historic landmarks as you stroll including legends, secrets and old traditional way of life that keep this area. Enter inside Macarena church and discover the most famous Virgin of Spain Explore San Luis de los Franceses church and San Luis street plenty of hidden monuments Discover 6 differents churches gothic, moorish, barroque, reinassance and 20th century style. Finish the tour visiting Palacio de Dueñas, The old residence of Duquesa de Alba, 16th Palace plenty of masterpiece arts, fabulous garden and personal things of this important family of Spain.

Seville: 4-Hour Private Palaces Guided Walking Tour

Seville: 4-Hour Private Palaces Guided Walking Tour

This private tour will include the Palacio Las Dueñas, Pilatos Palace and Lebrija Palace. The private Walking Tour of Seville will start from a centrally located meeting point. If your hotel is centrally located and cab be reached with a private walking pick up, we can start off from there. If not, this tour will start off in front of one of the Palaces. You will enjoy walking and enjoying the three Palaces before this tour is over. The tour will finish off close to one of the Palaces in Seville. For this private Walking Tour Seville, you will be able to enjoy Seville’s most known palaces; ¨Las Dueñas Palace¨, ¨Pilate´s House¨ and ¨Lebrija Palace¨. Entrance fees to the three places are included in the price of this tour. You will then be able to enjoy and admire the great architecture and sights of Seville’s most important and well-known palaces. Las Dueñas palace was built between the 15th and the 16th Century, it was firstly a family house, then turned into a gesthouse in the 19th Century. The famous poet Antonio Machado was born in 1875 in the house. This Palace currently belongs to the House of Alba. This Palace has a renaissance style and many influences as Gothic and Moorish. The Pilat0’s house represents the nobles residence of Seville in the 16th Century. In this Palace, you can find many statues to make a beautiful collection. This Palace serves as the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. Enjoy the beautiful mudéjar elements that make it unique. Take a view of the 150 different types of glazed tiles typical in Spain. Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, also known as Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, gathers one of the most complete and astonishing collections of Roman mosaics of the region. The Lebrija Palace is located in the city center of Seville. This Palace dates from the 16th century and has encountered remodelation in the 18th and 20th century. You will enjoy a great photo stop!

Seville: Dueñas Palace private tour

Seville: Dueñas Palace private tour

The Dueñas Palace of Seville is a building built between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. His style ranges from Gothic-Mudejar to Renaissance. It is owned by the House of Alba, and one of the main buildings of the city, both for its architectural, artistic, historical value and the importance of its personal property. In this place, the famous Sevillian poet Antonio Machado was born in 1875 . He also lived and married on the small altar of the house, the Duchess of Alba with Alfonso Díez Carabantes. The Palace of Dueñas is composed of a set of buildings and gardens that isolate the city. It contains samples and Sevillian details that can be seen in its bricks, tiles and ceramics, as well as having the typical Sevillian structure with an Andalusian yard. Inside the building we can see the different rooms of the house, which will be of great interest. On the one hand, the furniture, photographs and personal objects that reflect the personality and customs of the family. On the other hand, an important artistic and decorative collection of works of art, furniture, ceramics and other antique objects.

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Our most recommended Palacio de las Duenas Entry tickets

Seville: Las Dueñas Palace Ticket and Audioguide

Seville: Las Dueñas Palace Ticket and Audioguide

Make the most of your trip to Seville with a visit to Las Dueñas Palace, one of the city’s greatest historical attractions, built between the 15th and 16th centuries. Arrive at the palace and pick up your audioguide, then embark on an exploration of the majestic rooms, courtyards, gardens, patios, and more. As you wander around the palace, marvel at its stunning architecture that includes styles from the Gothic-Mudejar era to the Renaissance period. The intricate details of the palace’s architecture ooze charm and character, creating a luxuriously royal atmosphere. The palace also has a diverse collection of art works to be admired including paintings and sculptures. The current layout of the pieces on display has been curated to reflect how the palace would have looked during the times that it was lived in. From your audioguide, learn about the palace’s fascinating history, as well as the people and families who once lived here. You’ll also learn about the many important visitors to the palace, which include Queen Victoria, Jackie Kennedy, Raniero III of Monaco and his wife Grace Kelly, and many more.

Seville: Palacio de Las Dueñas Guided Tour with Tickets

Seville: Palacio de Las Dueñas Guided Tour with Tickets

Gallery, Historic Building and Palace in Seville The palace consists of a series of courtyards and buildings. The style ranges from Gothic art-Moorish to the Renaissance, with local influences in the bricks, shingles, tiles, whitewashed walls and pottery. Since the 15th century, the palace has belonged to one of the most important families, the Ducal House of Alba. The palace has belonged to one of the most important families, the Ducal House of Alba, since the 15th century and is still inhabited by this family today. The interior is a walk through the family history where we can contemplate the historical-artistic legacy of characters such as the Empress of France, Eugenia de Montijo. Famous visitors to the palace included Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly, and Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson.

Seville: Casa de Salinas Ticket and Guided Tour

Seville: Casa de Salinas Ticket and Guided Tour

If you've already seen the Alcázar, skip the lines and check out this micro-version instead. As with other Seville mansions, such as Casa de Pilatos, Palacio de Lebrija, and Palacio de Las Dueñas, the Casa de Salinas is privately owned and is still home to a family. See 16th-century patios with stunning Mudéjar plasterwork arches and a Roman mosaic of Bacchanalian shenanigans, original ceramic tiles, and the family’s winter and summer drawing rooms with exquisitely painted wooden ceilings. In the 16th century, Seville was the most important city in Europe. The riches of the New World arrived at its port, which were later distributed throughout the continent. They called it Nova Roma for its splendor, and it was frequented by the best Italian and Flemish artists of the moment. The best Renaissance was combined with the Gothic and the Mudejar in a harmony of styles unique in the world. In this context the House of Salinas was built. The building is situated in the monumental Old Town of Seville, 2 steps from the cathedral, La Giralda, and Los reales Alcázares. At the beginning of the 20th century, the house became the property of the Salinas family, which subjected it to a delicate and thorough restoration to restore its original appearance, which had been partially altered throughout its 400 years of history, especially around 1900. At present, it shows off its primitive structures of the 16th century with elements typical of the time of its construction.

Seville Old Town: 'The Inheritance' Outdoor Escape Game

Seville Old Town: 'The Inheritance' Outdoor Escape Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Seville's Old Town while playing an exciting mobile-based quest. Walk past many beautiful iconic landmarks, solve clues, and discover intriguing hidden gems to see the city from a different perspective. Finish at the Iglesia de San Lorenzo. Download the app, go to the starting point at the Hotel Alfonso XIII, and begin the adventure. Follow clues to learn about Seville's fascinating history and architectural masterpieces like the famous Alcazar Palace. Unlock the secret stories of the places you visit as you solve the problem and guess the answers. Find out fascinating details about the Santa Maria de la Sede Cathedral. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. There’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

Seville: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour & Palacio de las Dueñas

Seville: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour & Palacio de las Dueñas

Immerse yourself in the most different part of Seville city center with this 3 hour guided walking tour Meet your guide and start your adventure visiting Antiquarium museum situated in Metropol Parasol. Get to know Sevilla hidden monuments in an informative way on a 3-hour walking tour around the north district of Seville city center. The tour continue through Feria street and market insdie the charming Macarena neighbourhood. Explore the old Cardo Máximo of the city. Hear stories behind the historic landmarks as you stroll including legends, secrets and old traditional way of life that keep this area. Enter inside Macarena church and discover the most famous Virgin of Spain Explore San Luis de los Franceses church and San Luis street plenty of hidden monuments Discover 6 differents churches gothic, moorish, barroque, reinassance and 20th century style. Finish the tour visiting Palacio de Dueñas, The old residence of Duquesa de Alba, 16th Palace plenty of masterpiece arts, fabulous garden and personal things of this important family of Spain.

Seville: 4-Hour Private Palaces Guided Walking Tour

Seville: 4-Hour Private Palaces Guided Walking Tour

This private tour will include the Palacio Las Dueñas, Pilatos Palace and Lebrija Palace. The private Walking Tour of Seville will start from a centrally located meeting point. If your hotel is centrally located and cab be reached with a private walking pick up, we can start off from there. If not, this tour will start off in front of one of the Palaces. You will enjoy walking and enjoying the three Palaces before this tour is over. The tour will finish off close to one of the Palaces in Seville. For this private Walking Tour Seville, you will be able to enjoy Seville’s most known palaces; ¨Las Dueñas Palace¨, ¨Pilate´s House¨ and ¨Lebrija Palace¨. Entrance fees to the three places are included in the price of this tour. You will then be able to enjoy and admire the great architecture and sights of Seville’s most important and well-known palaces. Las Dueñas palace was built between the 15th and the 16th Century, it was firstly a family house, then turned into a gesthouse in the 19th Century. The famous poet Antonio Machado was born in 1875 in the house. This Palace currently belongs to the House of Alba. This Palace has a renaissance style and many influences as Gothic and Moorish. The Pilat0’s house represents the nobles residence of Seville in the 16th Century. In this Palace, you can find many statues to make a beautiful collection. This Palace serves as the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. Enjoy the beautiful mudéjar elements that make it unique. Take a view of the 150 different types of glazed tiles typical in Spain. Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, also known as Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, gathers one of the most complete and astonishing collections of Roman mosaics of the region. The Lebrija Palace is located in the city center of Seville. This Palace dates from the 16th century and has encountered remodelation in the 18th and 20th century. You will enjoy a great photo stop!

Seville: Dueñas Palace private tour

Seville: Dueñas Palace private tour

The Dueñas Palace of Seville is a building built between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. His style ranges from Gothic-Mudejar to Renaissance. It is owned by the House of Alba, and one of the main buildings of the city, both for its architectural, artistic, historical value and the importance of its personal property. In this place, the famous Sevillian poet Antonio Machado was born in 1875 . He also lived and married on the small altar of the house, the Duchess of Alba with Alfonso Díez Carabantes. The Palace of Dueñas is composed of a set of buildings and gardens that isolate the city. It contains samples and Sevillian details that can be seen in its bricks, tiles and ceramics, as well as having the typical Sevillian structure with an Andalusian yard. Inside the building we can see the different rooms of the house, which will be of great interest. On the one hand, the furniture, photographs and personal objects that reflect the personality and customs of the family. On the other hand, an important artistic and decorative collection of works of art, furniture, ceramics and other antique objects.

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