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Casa de Pilatos

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One of my favorite visit in Sevilla

I visited several palacios in Seville but this one is my favorite by far. The azulejos are stunning... read more

Reviewed August 5, 2018
gininou
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Dublin, Ireland
Well worth a visit, bit expensive for kids

Really enjoyed the Casa de Pilatos, ground floor rooms are stunning with a vast amount of tile and... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2018
themajoroak
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York, United Kingdom
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Construction of this palace began in 1492. Today, part of the palace is a museum and is open to the public. There is a separate wing where the present Duchess of Medinaceli lives with her descendants and family. The palace has many gardens, patios...more
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Plaza Pilatos 1, 41003 Seville, Spain
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Reviewed August 5, 2018

I visited several palacios in Seville but this one is my favorite by far. The azulejos are stunning and the prettiest I've seen. The staff was lovely, the audioguide was interesting, even though quite formal but they are all like this. If I were to...More

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Reviewed July 25, 2018 via mobile

Really enjoyed the Casa de Pilatos, ground floor rooms are stunning with a vast amount of tile and exquisite coffered ceilings. We paid extra for the upstairs tour which a quick spin through half a dozen rooms, not as impressive as downstairs. Audio guide was...More

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Reviewed July 23, 2018

We had visited the Palacio Los Duenas the day before and we were expecting to find a similar experience in the Casa de Pilates but this was an entirely different experience. Very unfriendly and off hand staff. The house itself was a strange mixture of...More

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Reviewed July 21, 2018

The price is a bit high (10 euros) but the audio guide is pretty well informative for this outta time palace, which is a good resume of the mudejar art. The ceramics are fantastic.

1  Thank StefTlse31
Reviewed July 21, 2018

The ground floor of this private palace is truly amazing -- a collection of exquisitely decorated rooms off a central courtyard. The gardens attached are equally impressive. Unfortunately, the audio guide that comes with the entrance price of 10 Euros is diminished by its own...More

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Reviewed July 21, 2018 via mobile

Really worth seeking out this private villa. Truly steeped in history. Wondrous tiles and Roman statues. The best formal garden we saw in Seville.

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Reviewed July 16, 2018 via mobile

It’s free for some hours on Monday if you are from the EU. The tour to the upper floor is great and the tour guide was super nice and enthusiastic. Highly recommended! Ask for the upper floor ticket!

Thank Nuno M
Reviewed July 12, 2018

Really enjoyed this residence and gardens. Built in the 1400s and parts are still lived in. Beautiful tiles with Moroccan influence.

Thank Amanda503775
Reviewed July 11, 2018

We did an audio tour of the ground floor as well as a guided tour of the upper floor. The house was very interesting, but the guided tour of the upper floor was a bit of a let-down. It was a very hurried tour and...More

Thank Wessel B
Reviewed July 6, 2018 via mobile

The prototype of andalusian palace. One of the largest collections of azulejos, colourful ceramic tiles. Most of the walls are coated with azulejos. Ground floor is open with a ticket for free walk but the second floor and its rooms are available only with guided...More

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mustardfunk6
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Response from Alexandra S | Reviewed this property |
You have to pay. As previously mentioned there are two rates one for down stairs/only 8euro photography permitted and a second rate including a guided tour upstairs photography not permitted. The Museum of Find Arts is... More
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Serena H
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
A word of warning. The afternoon we visited there was free entry for EU citizens which resulted in us having to queue for at least 30 minutes to get in. It also meant that we were not able to visit the upper floor as the... More
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