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We just happened upon this place but it was really quite beautiful inside and we were glad we did... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
DublinAoife
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Fantastic palace, shame you can't see it all!

Casa de Salinas is a beautifully restored mansion in Seville where the current owner (aged 99... read more

Reviewed June 11, 2018
Hañnah E
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XVI century palace still inhabited by his actual owners. Two courtyards richly decorated with XVI century tiles, Carrara marble columns, rich "plateresco" stucco work, sumptuous wood ceilings, Decorating the floor of the patio-garden there is a...more
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C/ Mateos Gago, 39, 41004 Seville, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We just happened upon this place but it was really quite beautiful inside and we were glad we did the tour. The family still live here, they live upstairs and winter and were just preparing to move to downstairs quarters in the cool for the...More

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Reviewed June 11, 2018 via mobile

Casa de Salinas is a beautifully restored mansion in Seville where the current owner (aged 99!) still lives. It is gorgeous and I wish we'd been able to see more of the 30 rooms it has, however as the family are home obviously there are...More

Thank Hañnah E
Reviewed May 19, 2018

Sevilla offers many little old 'palacios' which you can visit. Do try this Casa de Salinas (about 6 EUR for an half an hour guided tour), a real treasure!

1  Thank donMalvolio
Reviewed April 25, 2018 via mobile

A hidden palace that is still being lived in by its owners. The tour takes about 1/2 hour and is really worth it.

1  Thank Christian K
Reviewed April 19, 2018

A great little tour of this privately owned house. Beautiful tiles and fabulous ceilings. Our guide was knowledgeable and interesting.

1  Thank RedbedlingtonUk
Reviewed March 15, 2018 via mobile

A nice view into a still in use city casa. Visit by guided tour only. Thanks to our well informed English speaking guide

1  Thank Carl V
Reviewed March 13, 2018 via mobile

Having spent a couple of days navigating the maze of narrow streets in the historic part of Seville, it was very interesting to have a look around one of the old buildings. It was particularly interesting that the house is still used by the family...More

1  Thank JeffnKath2014
Reviewed March 13, 2018

I really enjoyed this tour and I'm so glad I squeezed this site into my last day in Seville. The tours are about every hour. I wasn't sure when they started, but when I arrived there was a timer in the "lobby" area indicating when...More

Thank lovetotravelohyeah
Reviewed September 28, 2017

i am not sure why this little gem of a house attracts little in the way of tourists but that worked in my favour and a lady from belgium as we had a guided tour that felt much more private and was a great way...More

Thank alittletoolate
Reviewed September 22, 2017 via mobile

This living museum...the dueña de la casa was sitting in the patio as the tour went on...offers great insight into how the wealthy incorporated Roman, Arab, Jewish, 16th and 19th century and contemporary art into their life style. A living place...a servant was setting the...More

Thank Rob W
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