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Beautiful house of an interesting lady

You can feel and see the countess -Condesa de Lebrija's personality in this house. She was one of... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2018
1WilliamUK
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Bristol, United Kingdom
Fascinating insight to one woman's historical interest

We paid for the tour upstairs as well as entry to the lower floor of this beautiful house tucked... read more

Reviewed 23 January 2018
poodleSwFrance
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Reviewed 2 February 2018

You can feel and see the countess -Condesa de Lebrija's personality in this house. She was one of the first women to go to university and was an avid collector. The Roman mosaics floors collected by her were installed on the ground floor and is...More

2  Thank 1WilliamUK
Reviewed 23 January 2018

We paid for the tour upstairs as well as entry to the lower floor of this beautiful house tucked away on a street. The upstairs was worth the information that the tour girl gave us.

Thank poodleSwFrance
Reviewed 5 January 2018

This original place is an old urban palace, located in the city centre which belonged to a countess -Condesa de Lebrija- in the early decades of the XX century. She was a passionate art collectionist, and transformed the whole house. On the ground floor, you...More

4  Thank southerntraveller49
Reviewed 25 December 2017 via mobile

Live this little gem on Calle Cuna. The tickets arent cheap but worth every penny. Everyone who visits should do the tour on the first floor tour, very interesting.

Thank globalhighlander
Reviewed 22 December 2017

This museum has to be a must visit location in Seville if you love history or architecture. Amazing floors made from Roman mosaics, the courtyard and outside garden are stunning. That however is just the start. Set in an Andalucian manor house that was converted...More

Thank ColinD1308
Reviewed 15 December 2017

We went on a Monday evening when they give free tickets to see the main floor. It is strange to actually walk on floors made in the days of Rome. There are lots of artefacts but there is very little signage. More explanation would turn...More

Thank Chileice
Reviewed 3 December 2017

Many lovely mosaic floors from the Roman city of Italica were acquired by the Countess of Lebrija and relaid in her family home in Calle Cuna in the centre of Sevilla. Just as well really as they may not have looked so good left in...More

2  Thank Maureen T
Reviewed 22 November 2017

This beautiful pace is also known as the casa di Pilatos. Do not skip this place when visiting Sevilla and do go the extra mile taking te full package including a guide tour on the 2nd floor.

Thank Rene H
Reviewed 3 November 2017

This lovely palace contains some of the best of the mosaics from the nearby Roman settlement of Italica. The palace contains a fascinating mixture of Arabic wall tiles and Roman mosaics. The ground floor is more impressive than the first floor but overall it's a...More

Thank decAde51
Reviewed 1 November 2017

We visited just the ground floor (the first floor can be visited only with a guide and it was already sold out), a small really nothing special garden, the price much too high especially for children (no discount), not interesting in comparison with Duenas of...More

Thank R L
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