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Places to discover for free on Mondays

Sevilla is home to not only traditional Flamenco dance or tapas but also to extraordinary museums and ancient palaces all around the city. The thing is that most of them are available without any fee or don’t charge any fee on Mondays!! As you already discovered some Sevillian art here, you could see that architecture from the first sight looks similar but has something different at the same time. So dedicate your Mondays to a cultural visits!

Casa de Pilatos

This palace dates from the last quarter of the 15th century and springs from the union of the Enríquez and Ribera families. Alterations carried out in the mid 19th century in accordance with the romantic taste complete its picturesque appearance, a harmonious blend of mudejar-Gothic, Renaissance and romantic styles.

Visit for free on Mondays from 1 pm to 7 pm

Torre del Oro

One of the Sevillian gems, Torre del oro or The Tower of Gold was built 1220–1221, by order of the Almohad governor of Seville. It barred the way to the Arenal district with a section of wall joining it to the Tower of Silver, a part of the city walls that defended the Alcazar. The tower stands next to the Guadalquivir river and played a really important role during ages.

Visit for free all Monday

Catedral de Sevilla

Seville Cathedral is one of the most famous attraction in the city. It’s the third-largest church in the world as well as the largest Gothic  and Catholic church. The architecture is stunning not only from the outside but also from the inside as well as from the top of the Giralda tower! It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. 

Free admission on Sunday from 2.30 pm to 6 pm

Real Alcazar of Seville

Alcazar of Seville is situated near the Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies is one of Andalusia’s most emblematic areas! This royal palace consists of many beautiful gardens and royal rooms. The most interesting thing while exploring is to find out how architecture changed during ages!

Entrance is free on Mondays from 4 pm to 5 pm (from October to March)

Palacio de Las Dueñas

Built between the 15th and 16th centuries, Las Dueñas was named after the currently dissapeared monastery of Santa María de las Dueñas. The palace consists of a series of courtyards and buildings as well as the architectural style ranges from Gothic- Moorich art to Renaissance.

Free admission on Mondays from 4 pm until 6 pm

Hospital de La Caridad

The Hospital de la Caridad is a baroque charity hospital building near Plaza de toros. The charity hospital was founded in 1674, and still cares for the aged and infirm!

Visit for free on Mondays from 3.30 pm to 7.30 pm