Basilica Macarena, Seville

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Basilica Macarena, Seville - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle Bécquer, 1-3, 41002 Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-954901800

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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Relatively new compared to most of the world basilicas, the Macarena was built in 1941. Macarena is what the Seville people affectionaletly call the Virgin Mary. There’s an excellent statue of her here. The carvings and the artwork scattered around the place is exquiste; the basilica and the and the artwork are amazing. You can just stroll in any time, regardless of what’s happening, and if you’re lucky you’ll see a vedding or a Christian ceremony.

Basilica Macarena Information

  • Make sure you visit the museum to see religious treasures.

Basilica Macarena Ticket Prices

  • Entry to the Basilica is free.
  • Visit to the adjacent museum: 6 EURO

How To reach Basilica Macarena by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus stations: Parlamento de Andalucía (Macarena); Munoz León (Puerta de Cordoba); San Juan de Ribera (Macarena).

Restaurants Near Basilica Macarena

  • Restaurante Chino - Nueva China
  • Cafe Hercules
  • Doner Kebab

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  • Beautiful! Make sure you turn your camera's flash off, take your hats off & turn your phone on silent. Be respectful of what this Holy place represents for people & those who are there. A little bit away from the main tourist area, but well worth the visit.

  • It's beautiful. If in Seville you must visit about 20 Catholic churches to enjoy the beauty they hold.

  • A small Basilica housing the Macarena. Beautiful in all ways. Try to visit 10 min b4 the mass (eg 7pm)...you get to see the full glory of the Macarena n the altar with the lights turned on. Makes up for no photo taking allowed in the church.

  • Small church but impressive statues

  • Pretty church with lots of history

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