Beginning in October, the Archbishop's Palace of Seville resumes its cultural visits for the second consecutive year.
The Archiepiscopal Palace is a building dating from the mid-sixteenth century, which is considered a Historic Artistic Monument since 1969 with an important legacy of successive archbishops who have governed the headquarters of San Isidoro until today.
An authentic artistic treasure
The interior of the building houses the offices of the diocesan curia and constitutes the residence of the archbishop of Seville. One of its great treasures is the hall that houses one of the main art galleries in the city of Seville, where you can see two works by Murillo and six Zurbaranes, among others.
Visits will be made two Saturdays per month with four shifts that will be at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00. Each group will consist of a maximum of 30 people who will make a tour of the noble dependencies of this building and which lasts approximately 45 minutes.
Tickets can be purchased directly at the Diocesan Bookstore. Its price is 6 euros per person although the first shift of the second Saturday of the month the entrance will be free.
The tour of this authentic artistic treasure will not leave you indifferent. Do you think you'll miss it? Book your stay with us now and enjoy this great artistic attraction.