Casa De Pilatos, Seville

About Casa De Pilatos, Seville

Casa De Pilatos, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Plaza de Pilatos, 1, 41003 Seville, Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-954225298

Ticket Price: 8 EUR

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Time Required: 02:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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La Casa de Pilatos (Pilate's House) is an Andalusian royal residence and home of the Duke of Medinaceli. Like most of the places in Seville, this place blends at least two traditions together. The building is a mixture of Renaissance Italian and Mudejar Spanish architectural styles. The palace has beautiful shaded gardens, azulezos tiles, classical statues, painting and the place’s main claim to fame is being extraordinarily pretty. The courtyard is a good resting spot in the middle of your tour. Hire a guide, and they’ll be delighted to ask you questions.

Casa De Pilatos Information

  • Hidden in the Back Streets of Santa Cruz, the palace is hard to determine.

Casa De Pilatos Ticket Prices

  • Given price is for both ground floor and upper floor.
  • For only ground floor: 6 EURO
  • Free on Wednesdays: 3pm – 6pm (in winter) & 3pm to 7 pm ( in summer) for EU citizens only.
  • Guided tours start from :10am – 5:30pm
  • Duration of guided tour: 1hour 30 minutes

Casa De Pilatos Opening and Closing Hours

  • In Winter (November to March) Ticket office closes at 5:30pm.
  • In Summer (April to October) Ticket office closes at 6:30pm.

How To reach Casa De Pilatos by Public Transport

  • Plaza de Pilatos

Restaurants Near Casa De Pilatos

  • La Mia Tana
  • Rey Don Pedro
  • Rinconcillo

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  • The guided visit is for the second floor with the rooms. Our guide would make a really good soccer narrator provided it was on radio because he possesses the charisma of a dead bird. The words came out so fast that I think I could make the entire tour walking while he recited the Iliad, backwards. Other than that the palace is nice if you like seen mixed architecture and the lifestyle of ancient rich people.

  • Beautiful and interesting historical building with free audio in many languages so that you can listen to the history and savour the atmosphere better.

  • In my opinion even more beautiful than the cathedral and allot less expensive too

  • It's an amazing and enchanting palace. The patio is decorated with unmatched azulejos. Every room is full of history and decorations. Please take a look to the marvellous staircase!

  • Very nice, beautiful patio! The guided tour of the second floor was fine (both in English and Spanish).

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