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Las Dueñas Palace, House of Alba's current residence in Seville, was built between the 15th and 16th centuries and is one of the greatest historical attractions of the city. The building itself, including styles from Gothic-Mudejar to the...more
All reviews open to the public audio guide the ground floor city palaces haven of peace current duke antonio machado beautiful house and gardens family photos interesting interior macarena area an oasis of calm central courtyard don't forget your camera euro entrance fee great insight worthwhile visit
This mansion is well worth a visit although a challenge to find in back streets. There was information in each room but mainly about recent residents, whereas we wanted to know more about the building - when it was built, by whom & more about...More
I loved it, it is beautiful, a special congratulations to the gardeners. You can see they really take good care of the trees, flowers ect...much better then the gardens of the alcazar. Anyway the “but” in the tittle is because as a curious person I...More
Lovely private palace and gardens. It was quiet compared to other sites in Seville and that added to it's appeal. Lovely gardens and internal courtyard to sit in. Visited as was near our apartment. it is only a 5 min walk from metropol parasol. Well...More
A bit off the beaten path, we toured the beautiful gardens for what is the current home to the Duke of Alba. Many beautiful courtyards, immaculately maintained gardens and grounds. The tour includes audio guide and a tour of a few interior rooms as well.
You can pay to see the ground floor - self guided - which is packed with mosaic floors around a courtyard. For a bit extra payment you can get a 30 min guided tour of the upper floor which is packed with interesting things -...More
This ducal house has only recently been opened to the public, following the death of the most recent Duchess of Alba in 2014. Though it is a palace dating from the Renaissance, it was also the Duchess's favorite residence, and the visitor can gain a...More
I stumbled on this beautiful place quite by accident.
Left alone to amble down cool flower strewn walkways with many benches to sit and ponder. A small intimate palace to wonder round with few jostling tourists. The Las Duenas Palace to me was an oasis...More
Given that the entry charge is similar to other attractions and venues in Sevilla with more expansive and interesting architecture, gardens and contents Las Duenas was disappointing. I guess the charges help maintain the wealth of the owner
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10-8 during the summer, 10-6 during the winter. Fee is 8 euros with some discounts available due to age, old and young. There an audioguide in English available. I found the guide got into a lot of minutia while my wife... More
10-8 during the summer, 10-6 during the winter. Fee is 8 euros with some discounts available due to age, old and young. There an audioguide in English available. I found the guide got into a lot of minutia while my wife though it was well done. Read up on the most recent Dutchess of Alba and her family. She was quite a sketch.