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Dramatized Night Visit (in Spanish)

Dramatized Night Visit (in Spanish)

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Purchase your tickets online to attend a unique night tour of the oldest Palace in Europe, the Real Alcázar of Seville. Marvel at the stories that its historical inhabitants will tell you in the rooms where they lived and made history. Groups are small and only for people over 8 years old.

Your visit. What to see

A palatial complex of splendidly beautiful architecture, the product of many monarchs who left their mark throughout history, from the eleventh century to our day. Tour through its patios, halls and rooms and enjoy the various styles you encounter there: Islamic, Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance…
Wonderful gardens that were first planted a thousand years ago and bring together, in perfect harmony, landscapes, galleries, ponds, sculptures and fountains, all full of history and legend.
A unique and exclusive vision of the illuminated enclosure in which the actors introduce you to the life of the palace as it has been over the centuries in a journey of approximately one and a half hours.

More information

The Royal Alcázar of Seville was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, together with the Cathedral of Seville and the Archive of the Indies. The palatial compound includes the Stucco Palace, with its Hall of Justice, the Mudéjar Palace built by King Pedro I, and the Gothic Palace. Of its many patios, the most impressive are the Patio of the Maidens, with its beautiful tiled walls, and the Patio of the Dolls, with its interesting collection of column capitals.

Renaissance elements include the lovely tile altar made in 1504 by Francisco Niculoso Pisano or the pictorial altarpiece preserved in the Admiral’s Quarters, devoted to the Virgin of the Seafarers. Renaissance Splendor also shines in the so-called Halls of Charles V.
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