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A not so busy place to visit

When we went there were not a lot of people. Loved it and the guided tour on the uper floor was... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Lou1543
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The Hague, The Netherlands
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A Treasure trove

A short queue and entry charge gains you admittance to a graceful villa that conveys a good... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
LondonFlyingwombat
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London
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

When we went there were not a lot of people. Loved it and the guided tour on the uper floor was short but very instructive.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

A short queue and entry charge gains you admittance to a graceful villa that conveys a good impression of one of the roman villas from which it was copied. There are lots of antiquities on display including statues and pillars probably legitimately filched from the lost Roman city of Italica nearby and some pleasant gardens. The optional extra charge gives you a tour of the upper rooms with art owned by the family who have had the villa in their possession for generations. If pressed for time, this can be missed without much loss, and the guides for the tour of this floor in English and Spanish seemed a touch jaded and on autopilot, at least in our experience..

Thank LondonFlyingwombat
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Despite the long queue for the Monday afternoon free visit, I was completely happy I went there. The house in mudejar style is stunning! And so well maintained. The visit on the second floor with the guide was very interesting, there you can see the living spaces of the family, which feels like they still live there. Very recommended

Thank giuliadadamo
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Well worth a visit to admire the building and the amazing tiles. The gardens are something else. The come on the staircase is worth the climb. We found the audio guide a little tedious.

Thank Linda P
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Since the queues for the Alcazar and the Cathedral were endless, we sought for an alternative and found this. This is worth a good hour of your time, especially with the guided tour of the upstairs accommodation. The audio guide for downstairs is very informative, possibly too much so unless you are a real history buff or have two hours to spare. This not really a complaint, more an observation, but I did find the use of extremely long words in the English translation somewhat challenging after an hour.
However, the wealth of history here, the beautiful interiors, and the intricate decoration make for a memorable visit.

Thank Geoff_and_Juls
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After 30 years of globetrotting forbest travel magazines I visited Andalusia just for an holiday: the guided visit of this ancoent mansion was really interesting and surprising. I strongly suggest to do it. It is a real walk in the past not to be missed

Thank Franco B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Slightly of the beaten track but easy to find and close to many other interesting plazas and bars .the lower section is wonderful to meander through including the garden.
If it's pictures your after , the upstairs is worth a visit . If not then pay less and stay downstairs lots to see . No wheelchair access upstairs and young children may find it a bit boring after a time .
Tranquil and interesting place .

Thank jed23
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The major tourist sights in Seville can become very crowded, especially in high season, the Cast de Pilatos is a little off the beaten track and does not suffer to the same degree. It is not that easy to find, the "official" signposts peter out , so we found it beneficial to navigate by phone using a mapping app.
The interiors here are amazing , each panel is different, yet all come to together to form a very cohesive whole. We only explored the ground floor due to time limitations, but the upstairs rooms are also viewable by guided tour. However it was nice just to wander around by ourselves and gaze at the decor, the structures, and the beautiful sense of clam and peace that it provoked. Obviously it not as grand as the Real Alcazar, but that is missing the point, it every bit as interesting but on a smaller scale.

Thank AndrewG710
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A lot of history about this place and if you have time, do visit Casa de Pilatos. It was not too crowded and we had visited the upper floor which was the winter palace. See some of old private collections of the heirs.

Thank DenitaPutri
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are a few ancient palaces in Seville. About 5 or 6 accessible for visit. Of course, the Royal Alcazar, and its
famous gardens, but the second in size is the Casa de Pilatos. A splendid succession of rooms, as large as halls with gleaming tiled walls in the twilight, and patios providing shade under its gallery, surrounding ( we should say "sur-squaring" ) a little garden providing freshness by one or a few little pools. The palace is a living place due to furniture and paintings. Well, to say the truth, when i have admired this palace, I like to compare it to the Palacio of the Dueñas, that is not so large, but more intimate and with mysterious intimate gardens. Just go there so you could compare.

Thank Manuel A
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