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10 mn by foot from the Spanish square, along the river
The building is nice and well maintained. We ate our sandwiches along the water facing the torre del oro
Frankly nothing spectacular but the area is very pleasant
Spain was the bigest and strongest navy power at that moment , until they was difeted by English, Sevilla was the strongest port what is strange because they are not on sea , they had a strong conection with Cadiz , here is museum of...More
The tower is close to the river and it has a nice view. The whole activity will take less than an hour and half if you climb slowly. They is standing space on the top to see the view from there. The model ships and...More
We didn’t intend to visit this place but saw it whilst eating nearby and said ‘wow!’
Absolutely stunning building next to the river and beautiful in its simplicity. It looks like a short, fat, non-leaning version of the tower at Pisa and is great for...More
We visited the Torre del Oro last Monday and to were pleasantly surprised that entry was free on Mondays.
The views of the river side and building from the top are nice. there is also a small informative museum inside.
To be honest, I am...More
This is one of Seville landmarks.
You have an interesting museum about the city's history and the sea navigation crucial role in the city's changing fortunes.
On top of the tower there are nice views to the city and the river.
Set by the banks of the river, this tower rightfully houses the Naval museum. So far inland you would- unless very good on Spanish history realise that this is where Spanish explorers left to discover the New World and on their return from the Americas,...More
The best day to visit is a Monday when admittance is free.
The tower dates from the early 13th century when it was part of the walled defences and interestingly just like in Game of Thrones a chain stretched from the tower to a similar...More
It's cheap to go up and there are stairs. Whether they can climb it depends on health. Definitely not for frail or handicapped people. I was slightly winded and I am 56 and in reasonably good shape. The view made it worth... More
It's cheap to go up and there are stairs. Whether they can climb it depends on health. Definitely not for frail or handicapped people. I was slightly winded and I am 56 and in reasonably good shape. The view made it worth the climb. Hope that helps.