Royal Alcázar of Seville
The Alcázar of Seville is one of the most representative monumental compounds in the city, the country and the Mediterranean culture as a whole. The historical evolution of the city in the last millennium is held within its walls and gardens, amalgamating influences starting from the Arabic period, late Middle Ages Mudéjar right through to the Renaissance, Baroque and the XIX century. The declaration of World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 acknowledged the survival of cultures and civilizations as a harmonic whole where all of the elements are balanced. The visitor will get to know these unique surroundings either through the legendary al-Mutamid, the XI century monarch and poet from Seville, or through some of the characters that illuminated modern-day Spain around 1812.
You are about to enter one of the most visited complexes in the world, a space in which you will recognize yourself as part of Humanity as a whole, and where cultural and educational activities of which you may partake are organized by the Royal Alcázar Board of Patronage and the Town Hall. These include lectures, Spring Theatre or the Alcázar Gardens Evenings. Welcome: please feel at home, you are in one of the oldest European Royal Palaces that are still in use.
Timetable and Fares
Timetable from October to March: From Monday to Sunday, 09:30 to 17:00.
Timetable from April to September: From Monday to Sunday, 09:30 to 19:00.
Closed on the 1st and 6th of January, Good Friday and the 25th of December.
Regular ticket: 8.50 €
Entry fee for pensioners and students between the ages of 17 and 25 (both inclusive): 2 €(on accreditation at the ticket office).
Entrance for the disabled, under 16´s and those born or residing in the city of Seville. Free of charge (on accreditation at the ticket office).
360º Virtual Tour
This page allows access to the 360º Virtual Tours of the different parts of the Royal Alcázar of Seville. Click the image to access the virtual tours.
Once the virtual tour opens, you may navigate the image by using the mouse or the controls located in the upper left margin of the picture.