Casa de Pilatos

Casa de Pilatos en Sevilla

Casa de Pilatos en Sevilla (foto: Consorcio de Turismo de Sevilla)

The Palace of Los Adelantados Mayores de Andalucia, today known as Casa de Pilatos, was begun in the late 15th century. The coexistence of Mudejar spatial structures and decorative motifs inherited from the Middle Ages with new developments inspired by the palaces of the Italian Renaissance makes this the best example of Andalusian civil architecture in the 16th century and the model for the Seville-style palace of the Golden Age. Apart from its architecture, the Palace stands out due to the wealth fo its collections.

The incalculable number of ceramic tiles which cover its walls, the diversity of the drawings and their complex combinations make Casa de Pilatos the richest Museum of 16th century ceramic tiling open to public view.

Address: Plaza de Pilatos, 1

Telephone: (+34) 954 225 298

Opening Hours. Open 7 days a week. From April to October: from 9:00 to 19:00h. From November to March: from 9:00 to 18:00h

Price: entire complex, €8; lower floor only, €6. Universal audio guide system included in entry fee