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Seville for free

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Seville for free
When money's tight, Maria Luisa Park, and the film star good looks of the Plaza de España make a wonderful playground, while the University - Carmen's one-time cigar factory - and museums devoted to archaeology and popular traditions feed the mind at no, or little, cost.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa)
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Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa)

Maria Luisa Park The Maria Luisa Park is the largest park in Seville and one of the most beautiful in Europe. It has a very interesting history... more »

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
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Plaza de Espana
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Plaza de Espana

Plaza de España has been completely renovated.  It is absolutely gorgeous and if you've been before you need to re-visit.  If you have never been... more »

Fee: No      Duration of visit: <1 hour
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University of Seville (Carmen's Tobacco Factory)
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University of Seville (Carmen's Tobacco Factory)

The marble University building dates back to the 15th Century and once housed Seville's tobacco factory, the inspiration for Bizet's opera Carmen.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: <1 hour
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Museum of Popular Arts And Traditions, Sevilla
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Museum of Popular Arts And Traditions, Sevilla

Housed in one of the very fine surviving Mudejar pavilions from the 1929 Spanish-American Fair in Maria Luisa Park, this is more than the extensive collection of flamboyant flamenco frocks you might expect– though they are certainly there in abundance! There also are ceramics from Triana, handsome furniture, and ancient artisan equipment from blacksmiths’ gear to wine presses, all of... More

Housed in one of the very fine surviving Mudejar pavilions from the 1929 Spanish-American Fair in Maria Luisa Park, this is more than the extensive collection of flamboyant flamenco frocks you might expect– though they are certainly there in abundance! There also are ceramics from Triana, handsome furniture, and ancient artisan equipment from blacksmiths’ gear to wine presses, all of which give a taste of life in 19th-century Andalucía. The highlight – along with the tiles – is the historic collection of fabulously colorful posters advertising the city’s famous April Fair, a fascinating gallop through changing trends in graphic design. Look for the striking Art Deco poster from 1930. Closed on Mondays Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Archaeological Museum of Sevilla
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Archaeological Museum of Sevilla

The Archaeological Museum hours: Tuesdays: 2.30-8.30pm. Wednesday-Saturday: 9am-8.30pm. Sundays and public holidays: 10am-5pm. Closed: Mondays, Jan... more »

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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