Look at the royal chambers of Charles V colorfully executed in Moorish style, and the gazebo where the king had supper.
The Alcazar Palace has been a residence of the Spanish kings for 700 years. By order of Charles V, the Pavilion and royal appartments decorated with Flemish tapestries of the 16th and 18th centuries were arranged.
Charles liked the Alcazar Palace so much that chose this place for his wedding with Isabella of Portugal in 1526.
How to do?
1. You will find the Alcazar Palace on the Patio de Banderas Square, it is larger than the square itself!
2. Go up to the second floor of the palace, where the royal residence is located.
3. Walk among the magnificent decoration of the royal apartments, look into the arbor of Charles V. Pay attention to the floor of the arbor - there is a map of the secret labyrinth.
Where to do?
The Real Alcázar
The Alcazar Palace was built by the Moors over 600 years ago. Currently, it's the oldest royal residence in the world that is still in use.5
Patio de Banderas, SevillaOpen hours:
October-March: 09:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., April-September - till 7 p.mPhone:
+34 954 50 23 24Official website: http://www.alcazarsevilla.org/
When to do?
October - March: 9.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
April - September: 9.30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Admission for adult - €8
Admission for the pensionists, students aged 17-25 - €2
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