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Seville: Casa de Pilatos Guided Tour

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Discover the Casa de Pilatos, still occupied by the ducal Medinaceli family, a glorious mansion which incorporates a wonderful mixture of Mudéjar, Gothic and Renaissance decor, like a mini Alcázar.
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Duration: 60 minutes
Starting time 11:00 AM
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  • Discover the Casa de Pilatos, one of the city’s most glorious mansions
  • Enjoy the mixture of Mudéjar, Gothic and Renaissance decoration
  • Skip the line and enter without delay
  • Admire the roman statues collection and paintings from Pacheco, Goya and Luca Giordano
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The Casa de Pilatos is the best-known Andalusian palace in Spain and an example of 16th-century Sevillian architecture. It is also known as the Palacio de los Adelantados Mayores de Andalucía (Palace of the Governors of Andalusia).

The palace was built between the 15th and 16th centuries and it is one of the biggest private residences of Seville. Located in the historical center, its Gothic Mudejar style, wonderfully combined with Renaissance innovations, is one of the highlights of the palace.

Visit Casa Pilatos, one of the most important palaces in the city, which is decorated with beautiful tiles. Casa Pilatos combines different artistic styles such as Gothic, Mudejar and Renaissance. Discover the history of this wonderful palace, its gardens and even the origin of the famous Semana Santa of Seville with your official tour guides.
  • Official guide
  • Entrance tickets to the Casa de Pilatos
  • Fast track line
What’s Not Included
  • Headsets not included, 1€ per person in case the group is 10 people or more

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Meeting point

Meet at the entrance to the palace, next to the statue of the painter Zurbaran

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Voyager Seville

Product ID: 197239