Wonderful! Best thing to do and see in Seville! The moorish influence in the architecture was a delight, the gardens were beautiful!
We visited the Royal Alcázar on a clear winter's day, getting there about 10am (it opens at 9.30am) - which is just as well because when we left at around 11.30 there was already a queue of people at the ticket office, even in November. The palace is beautiful and the end-of-season gardens very attractive, though some of the fountains... More
During a recent cruise, my wife and I decide to take a shore excursion to tour Seville on our own. One our stops while walking the historic district was the beautiful palace of Alcazar. The entry fee for a senior was only about 2 euros. The palace consist of many rooms and a meandering garden area. Take your time and... More
We had a guided tour of the Real Alcazar with 4 other people. The guide, Maria, was well-informed, funny, and pleasant to listen to. It really helped to have a guide as Spanish monuments like this are unfurnished and unlabelled for the most part and we learned a lot about the building and Spanish history this way.
A leisurely walk though the Alcázar is pure pleasure. The palace rooms, with beautiful tiles, tapestries, and woodwork impress, but the gardens, pools and fountains, even seen in a cool month, tell tell own stories of pleasurable times spent here by the original occupants.
We've been to a lot of palaces and castles, but the Alcazar was truly unique! Loved the combination of Moorish and old European influences. The gardens are gorgeous. This is an element escape right in the middle of the city! Can easily be seen in an hour or two, or longer if you want to explore. Audio guide was a... More
We went on bank holiday weekend and on the friday queued for 2 hours to go in. My advice is go during the week late in the day . Once in its beautiful simply love all the flavours of Spanish history
After a nice but head spinning tour from a local, a walk around the Alcazar after lunch was a nice way to spend the afternoon. The flow of water throughout it was so relaxing and the historical back-knowledge was excellent. I'd say La Alhambra was a better version of the Alcazar, but a relaxing walking area in the middle of... More
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