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- This is a great beginning or end to a day of sightseeing.
located 5 mins from the bus depot and the 15 from the main square it is a location well worth putting on your to see
Housed in an old convent the art work is true to its environment with largely religious paintings and artifacts on display.
The fee is a very wallet friendly 1.50 and you could spend at least an hour looking aroundWritten December 18, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Recently visited with a private guide (very advisable) on a Saturday - not crowded in afternoon! It is not as grand as other small palaces in Europe but for Seville I feel it was the best choice after researching Pilatos/other palaces. The story of the Albas actually exceeded my expectations and both the interior rooms and exterior quite nice and in my opinion a must see for 1st visit to city if you have the time. We were there for 3 nights so it was no problem, if there only 1 day on cruise/passing through then you could give it a miss unless really love house tours like we do. Bought tickets onsite no problem!Written October 23, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Truly an amazing experience, it’s really fun fun and totally worth the price, the staff is also very kind and helpful!Written December 4, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful, privately-owned and run city palace with an extraordinary collection of Roman artefacts on the ground floor. The €12 entrance fee includes a guided tour of the upstairs living quarters, before or after which you can explore the ground floor at your leisure. The peace and quiet are remarkable after the hurly-burly of the streets of Seville. Wholeheartedly recommended.Written November 27, 2022
- There’s a lovely courtyard and beautiful church to look around; also older and modern art upstairs - plenty of places to sit and look at the pretty mosaics as well. Very peacefulWritten February 4, 2023
- Well located and free, this is definitely worth a brief visit. There is an extensive collection of historical records, some of which are on display in the cabinets. There was a photography exhibition at the time. The building itself has much to offer, with a beautiful courtyard, exquisite ceilings, and old, carved furniture.Written September 11, 2022
- We wanted to visit the museum in T February 2020 but found that it was closed for renovation. There was no information on their website about it. You may want to check before found all the way there.Written February 21, 2020
- Well worth a visit when in Plaza de Espana. Free entry and excellent collection of military uniforms, weapons, flags etc.Written July 9, 2022
- Great little museum in Spanish and English and only €3 each. Worth spending an hour in there. It’s right next to the Art museumWritten July 12, 2022
- We were glad we crossed the bridge into Triana to visit the ceramics museum. You can enter for free if you have your tickets from Alcazar, although not sure how soon after your Alcazar visit you would need to get here. We paid the regular entrance of €2.20 per head which was well worth it. You'll start by enjoying the downstairs where you can see the old kilns and read about them. Upstairs showcases some beautiful pieces, including an incredible tiled screen with birds, pottery, and advertisements on tiles. This was an interesting visit and we would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in ceramics.Written September 9, 2022
- In the square which houses the "Setas" there is an underground area. Ignore the queue for the lifts to the viewpoint of the "setas" and you will find the remains of Roman Spain attractively exhibited in a modern display. The exhibits take you through buildings which stood over the 5 centuries of Roman rule in Seville and is very interesting.Written January 12, 2020
- I've found this museum to be really interesting - located in the Maria Luisa Park, opposite the Archeology Museum, it hosts a couple of exhibitions related to trades, traditions and how the life looked like in Andalucia in the past. Free entry for EU citizens, cheap entry (I think it was 2€) for everyone else.Written December 26, 2021
- Good WIFI, great coffee, artsy vibe, great cafe menu. Chill spot...my wife and I go a couple of times per week to hang out and do our freelance work.Written October 5, 2017
- When you’re tired of seeing churches and palaces, come here for an eclectic mix of new and old. The exhibition space is an interesting place for contemporary works. Whether you like the actual art or not the juxtaposition is thought provoking - the monastery, the ceramic factory, the current world. We didn’t get to see the permanent collection. Beware - if walking the maps might take you to the footpath entrance that is currently under construction. This place needs a bump in ratings for sure.Written October 25, 2022
- In truth, I wasn't expecting to enjoy the show as much as I did. The dancers, singers, and guitarist put their heart and soul into a fine performance.Written January 31, 2023
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