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Alcazar and Cathedral of Seville Tour (Tickets included & Skip the line)
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Alcazar and Cathedral of Seville Tour (Tickets included & Skip the line)

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Seville’s Cathedral, including the Giralda Tower, and Alcazar royal palace are must-visit attractions for newbies to the city. Make the most of these attractions this walking tour: with pre-booked skip-the-line tickets that save time and guarantee your entry, and a guide to reveal their highlights and history. Explore the Cathedral—the world’s biggest Gothic cathedral—climb the Giralda, and stroll around the Alcazar’s carved rooms and fountained patios.
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NomadicTraveller7 wrote a review Feb 2021
Fuerteventura8208 contributions689 helpful votes
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We queued up for the free visit and although it is a magnificent palace with its mixture of Islamic, Gothic and Renaissance Styles, we preferred the more intimate Palacio de las Duenas. It is still well worth a visit and I have many fine pictures of the courtyards, gardens. The mudejar building style is splendid with numerous arches and little courtyards. The gardens wee stunning and this was early March. There were also marvellous artifacts and many different and interesting objects, and some of the walk tiling was magnificent and were some of the ceilings. As we visited during the free to enter period and had to wait for about an hour to enter because the numbers allowed in at any one time was restricted.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Hyoga83 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bordeaux, France440 contributions178 helpful votes
Really interesting building, choke full of history and beautiful rooms and artifacts. The wealth exposed is breathtaking, amazing how elites lived (and live!) compared to the rest. It lost a star as it is not cheap, 10€ for a visit were you listen to an underwhelming audio guide...on your own phone, btw.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia25146 contributions62448 helpful votes
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Casa de Pilatos is a good example of extravagant living! This 15th century palace is actually a "living residence", so visitors are fortunate that they are allowed, at the price of a ticket, to enter and admire this beautiful complex. The architecture is wonderful. There are a myriad of amazing tiled surfaces. Visiting the upstairs is only possible with a (strict) guide in Spanish, but we received information sheets in English, so we did not miss out on the information. However no photos were allowed. It is definitely worth stopping by and having a look.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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TravelingAnnK wrote a review Mar 2020
Fillmore, California247 contributions96 helpful votes
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Moorish and Roman architecture with impressive Roman statues. The tile work is beautiful and so are the gardens. One of the top sites to see in Seville.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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PFM wrote a review Mar 2020
North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom157 contributions73 helpful votes
Some great history here and a beautiful place to spend some time. Cost of entry includes an audio guide giving tons of information. Entry to the upper floor is by guided tour only. My guide Daniel was enthusiastic, interesting and very knowledgeable. A very enjoyable visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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