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About Alcazar Of Seville, Seville

Originally a Moorish fort, the Alcazar is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. The beautiful dwelling is divided into various sections: the Courtyard of the Maidens, the Baths of Lady Maria de Padilla, the House of Trade and various other patios. Covering the palace can easily take upto a day. The highlight here are the gardens and a park with a bar for those who want to rest occasionally. Peacocks and horse drawn carriages are a common sight with the castle. Colourful and bold, the influences of Jewish, Christian and Islam every in intricate mosaics or wall carvings. There's even a water powered organ.

Alcazar Of Seville Information

  • The coffee at the bar is supposd to be something special.
  • Visit in the sunrise when it’s less crowded and you could avoid long waiting lines.
  • The audio guide is extremely recommended, focusing on features and their relevance instead of generic history.

Alcazar Of Seville Tickets Prices

  • Pensioners and students (17 to 25): 2 EURO (on accreditation at the ticket office).
  • For disabled, children under 16 and locals: Free admission (on accreditation at the ticket office).

How To Get To Alcazar Of Seville by Public Transport

  • Nearby tram, subway station and bus station: Puerta de Jerez

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  • Judería
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  • Levies

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Address: Patio de Banderas, s/n, 41004 Seville, Sevilla, Spain

Phone: 34-954502324

Ticket Price: 10 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • A wonderful place to see, lots of history. Great gardens. Invest in a guide book to help you understand what you are looking at. Up there with the Alhambra in terms of what you see, but this has been on continued use from the beginning. Buy your ticket on line before to save hours in the queues in baking sun

  • If you have been to the Alhambra, prepare to be a little bit underwhelmed. My advice: only go if you can get in as a concession (€2) or if you're not also going to Granada's Alhambra -- €10 entry is quite steep for what it is. Try to visit first thing in the morning, else prepare to go round with a lot of guide groups and tourists. Buy your tickets online the day before to avoid the long and slow-moving queue in sweltering heat. The audio guide was not worth it for €5 and there is information written in each room, but if you really want to, then buy only one for your group as the volume can go loud on the clunky telephone they give you. There are some beautiful spots but they are padded out with dark and empty rooms.

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  • Ahh this was like a fairy tale place to visit. Its indescribably fantastic. A visit is a must here. U can get lost in its beauty. The gardens are magnificent. The mosaic Bridge and the small rowing boats around the Palace is just beautiful. The horse drawn carts are so stunning as they trot around this beautiful water fountain. Your imagination runs wild with the images of what u see.

  • An impressive place to see. The upstairs parts are mostly not for photographing but still worthwhile paying the extra to visit. Get your tickets online in advance, two days in our case, and avoid the queues. The gardens are particularly interesting with some very special water features.

  • Beautiful place to visit and see the grandeur of a period in time. So awesome that the public can view the palace and the fabulous lush garden with its hidden charm. You can get lost in the fantasy of the historic significance of it all. A must see!

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