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FREE ENTRY FOR BORN OR RESIDENTS IN SEVILLA CAPITAL + ROYAL ROOM HIGH

FREE ENTRY FOR BORN OR RESIDENTS IN SEVILLA CAPITAL + ROYAL ROOM HIGH

FREE ENTRY FOR BORN OR RESIDENTS IN SEVILLA CAPITAL + ROYAL ROOM HIGH

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Description

Exclusive ticket for:

- Born in the capital Seville and so it appears on their ID.

- Residents in Seville capital and so it is recorded in their ID, passport or updated register of the last 3 months.

You must present the corresponding supporting document at the entrance to the monument.

The time selected will be that of access to the Cuarto
Real Alto.

It is ESSENTIAL to deliver the ticket to the staff
located in the Patio de la Montería (Upper Floor) 15 minutes before the time
set at their entrance. Otherwise, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VISIT these rooms and
must purchase new tickets for the next available session.


Access to the Alcazar is done without a time marked by
the Puerta del León.


Include in your visit to the Real Alcazar the
audio-guided tour of the rooms of the Cuarto Real Alto and Real Alcazar.


With this online ticket you will get to know, in
addition to the Palaces and Gardens that make up the Real Alcázar, its most
exclusive area, visiting the private rooms of the Spanish Royal Family on an
audio-guided tour.


Your visit. What will you see


The most private area of ​​the Reales Alcázares, where
the Kings of Spain have had their rooms from the 11th century to the present
day. The Catholic Monarchs, Felipe V, Isabel II ..., all of them have left
their mark on these rooms that you will visit with the audio guide included in
the price.


A set of Palaces with an architecture of splendid
beauty, the product of the different kings who left their mark throughout
history, from the 11th century to the present day. Walk through its patios,
lounges and rooms and enjoy the different styles that you will find: Islamic,
Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance ...


Wonderful gardens that began
to be cultivated more than a thousand years ago and in which landscapes,
galleries, ponds, sculptures and fountains coexist in perfect harmony, all of
them full of history and legends

Learn more

The Real Alcázar of Seville was declared a World
Heritage Site in 1987, along with the Seville Cathedral and the Archivo de
Indias. The Complex includes the Palacio del Yeso, with its Hall of Justice,
the Mudejar Palace built by King Pedro I and the Gothic Palace. And on the
upper floor, the private rooms of the Royal Room. Among its patios, the Patio
de las Doncellas stands out, with its beautiful tiled baseboards, or the Patio
de las Muñecas, which has an interesting collection of capitals.


As Renaissance contributions we find the admirable
tile altar made in 1504 by Francisco Niculoso Pisano or the pictorial
altarpiece that is preserved in the Admirals Room, dedicated to the Virgin of
the Navigators. Renaissance splendor also shines in the so-called Salones de
Carlos V.



On the first floor is the
so-called Cuarto Real Alto. With rooms as relevant as the Oratory of the
Catholic Monarchs, the Princes bedroom, the Gala Dining Room or the Audience
Room, as well as a splendid viewpoint over the Gardens of the Real Alcázar.




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