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Las Duenas

Open today: 10:00 AM - 5:15 PM
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A wonderful spot!

This was a highlight to our Sevilla museum visits! The home was amazing and the gardens were nice... read more

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Larkspur, California
Not to be missed!

This ducal house has only recently been opened to the public, following the death of the most... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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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
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Calle Duenas 5, 41003 Seville, Spain
+34 954 21 48 28
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a highlight to our Sevilla museum visits! The home was amazing and the gardens were nice to walk through. We wished the gardens were in bloom, but by October, the gardens had no flowers

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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

Thank Jenny W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The home of the Dukes of Alba and coincidentally the birthplace of the poet Antonio Machado, only open to the public since 2018. On a hot day the gardens and patios are delightful and there is plenty to see inside, although only the ground floor...More

Thank JanetP62
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hang on! You are entering a quiet, soft, cool place, and evergreen, and delicately shadowed gardens fresh seats among flowers, big trees left free... , Then you enter the beautiful rooms where the life of a ( great) family happened. And for one time in...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Visited last year and came back again. I enjoyed the gardens and appreciated that it’s open to the public. A little pricey for a self guided tour but worth it. No lines!

Thank Misti730
Reviewed 12 September 2018

In 2016 the actual Duke of Alba decided to open this wonderful palace to the public. It not only gives you an insight in the life of the Dukes of Alba (he has the most nobility titles in the world, more then the H.M. The...More

Thank Jan E
Reviewed 8 September 2018

Could not understand the significance of this place in the entire history of Seville. Expensive tickets (10EUR) compared to what this house really offers for visitors. You are only allowed to visit the ground floor rooms and courtyards. No guide or so. Seville has so...More

Thank Buldag
Reviewed 1 September 2018

This is a beautiful combination of gardens and stately home filled with remarkable artefacts and art work. It was an oasis on a warm day. The gardens are a highlight. Allow at least an 60-90 mins. Lots of places to sit and take it all...More

Thank Peter M
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Response from Jerandnanc | Reviewed this property |
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