Seville might not be the same size as Madrid or Barcelona, but it does pack a punch when it comes to top-notch art museums, scenic neighborhoods, grand cathedrals and historic palaces. The Case de Pilatos is no exception, and a must see for tourists visiting the city.
This extensive and splendid 16th-century building is a must see for those who visit Seville, with a mixture of diverse architectural styles that also serves as the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. Tourists who visit rave about the building’s exterior beauty and as a great place to relax for the day. Located near the Plaza de Pilatos, it was built by blending the Spanish Mudejar style and Italian Renaissance.
The Casa de Pilatos is located at Calle Aguilas. Admission is 8 EUR, and 5 EUR for European Citizens. Wednesdays are free. Opening hours are from 9:00 am to 7:00pm daily. For more information, contact 954 22 52 98.
The Casa de Pilatos palace dates back to the last quarter of the 15th century and is from the union of the Ribera and the Enriquez families. This historic building has a mixture of Italian Renaissance and of Spanish Mudejar... more style too. The palace is known as a prototype of an Andalusian palace. At present, it is the residence of the dukes of Medinaceli. The main Patio opens to two lovely Gardens.