Sevilla is one of those perfect cities to stroll and meet through its streets and its people. For this purpose, stay in an apartment in the center of Seville is the best option, since most of the tourist attractions of the city are in the old town and can be visited on foot. Not only must-see monuments such as the Alcázar, the Cathedral or the Torre del Oro, but also other historic buildings such as palaces.
Here we suggest some of the palaces in downtown Sevilla which can be visited on foot from our hotel in the center of Seville.
Casa de las salinas
If you stay in the center of Seville, a good route could be know the palaces of the city, as many of them are located in the historical district, close to the most important monuments as the Cathedral and 15 minutes walking from our apartments.
La Casa de las Salinas is the first of our suggestions for sightseeing in Seville and see more than typical. It is a construction of the XVI century in the old town, on the street Mateos Gago, next to the Alcazar, the Giralda and the Archives of the Indies.
If you want more information about visits and celebrations in this special place, here you have the link to the website of the Casa de las Salinas. Also, the street where this monument is located is full of bars where you can enjoy a traditional food with a beer or wine.
Casa de Pilatos
The Casa de Pilatos is one of the best and most outstanding examples of domestic architecture Sevillana sixteenth century as well as a reference in Andalusia. It is located in the square of the same name and was built in the fifteenth century.
The main courtyard is of the sixteenth century, although the Moorish decor includes glimpses of medieval, Gothic (in the balustrade of the upper gallery), Muslim (in plaster, tiles and uneven distribution of the arc) and Renaissance (source and columns).
Casa Palacio de los Pinelo
The Casa Palacio de los Pinelo is a Renaissance building that is also located in the historic Seville, considered of cultural interest and historical heritage of Spain. This building is of medieval origin and was later enriched with different Renaissance elements. Its origin is linked to the launch of the Academy of painting created by Bartolome Esteban Murillo.
This monument is located at the street Abbots number 13, near the Cathedral and the Casa Pilatos, so it is perfect for inclusion in this little path to experience another facet of Seville.
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