The Real Alcázar de Sevilla is a collection of the essence of Seville’s historic buildings. This magnificent building used to be the Islamic Palace of Seville. Later, because of the Land Renaissance movement that took place here, it became the king of Christianity. Royal palace. After the renovation of the king, it became a peculiar palace mixed with various elements.
You have to take the subway and alight at Puerta Jerez Station. You can walk to your destination from there.
1.The tickets do not include a guide, which costs EUR 5 per person and Chinese audio guides are available.2.Admission is free every week on Monday afternoons, and every Monday from April to September 18:00-19:00, and from every Monday October to March 16:00-17:00.3.You need reservation on the official website for entry.
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When you travel to Spain, be sure to come to Seville. It is more than 4 hours drive from Granada to Seville, the fourth largest city in Spain, not only the capital of Andalusia, but also the capital of the province of Seville.
Seville is located in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula. The Guadalquivir River passes through the city. The buildings in the ancient city still retain the traces of the Moors ruled centuries ago. The valley is open and low, with an altitude of 100 meters below sea level. It is rich in fertile soil and has an average temperature of 20 degrees in summer. It is very comfortable.
Compared to Barcelona, Barcelona, it is really a good holiday destination, soaking up the sun and watching the bullfighting are very comfortable. There is also a low price here, you can enjoy the food.
There are many cultural relics and monuments. Remember to go to the Sebastian Bullring to watch the wonderful bullfighting, as well as the Plaza de Espaa. The Palace of Seville is a good miss.
1, major European cities and Madrid and Barcelona have daily flights to Seville.
5, Madrid has 15 high-speed trains to Seville every day, and Madrid to the E-5 highway to Seville.
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Seville Palace is the oldest royal palace in Europe, has been the Islamic and Catholic palace, so the Palace of Seville presents The style is a mix of European and Arabic styles. Because of the craftsmen who built the palace, there were both Christian craftsmen from Toledo and Arab craftsmen who participated in the construction of the Alhambra. Therefore, in this building, you can see Gothic architectural elements and Islamic clay architectural style at the same time, becoming a model of Mudejar architecture. The most magnificent is the magnificent ambassador's hall. There is also an ancient Roman acropolis, an Arab fortress and several Visigoth buildings in the palace. All kinds of atriums and palace gardens are very worth seeing. Of course, it is still the style of "the room is not big, the garden must be lost." The flamboyant bougainvillea and the jacaranda are impressive.
When it comes to Seville, the last thing you can't miss is the Palace of Seville, which is known to many of us because of a super-hot American drama: the game of power, the atrium of the Royal Palace of Seville is the right to swim in Dorn. The location of the palace garden of the Martel family. The
Seville Palace is the oldest royal palace in Europe and a world cultural heritage. It has been more than 1,000 years old.
In this palace, you can see Gothic architectural elements and Islamic clay architecture at the same time, the most gorgeous of which is the magnificent ambassador's hall.
Amazed at the diversity of the architectural style of the palace, spanning ten centuries, after several dynasties,
constantly changing architectural style, it still retains the history and culture of the former dynasty and its architectural heritage.
So the current palace can present a different style at the same time.
Transportation: On the south side of the main church of Seville, tram T1 arrives at Archivo de Indias station, walk to
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The Royal Palace of Seville is the oldest royal palace in Europe. It is a palace and a castle. It was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1987. The palace was built in 1181 and lasted for more than 500 years. Once as a royal palace of Islam and Catholicism, the Palace of Seville presents a mixture of different styles. The Pedro I Palace in the Royal Palace of Seville was built in the 14th century. Since the Catholic King Pedro I had a good relationship with the Islamic kings of Granada, the craftsmen who built the palace included both Christian craftsmen from Toledo and Arab craftsmen who participated in the construction of the Alhambra. Therefore, in this building, you can see Gothic architectural elements and Islamic clay architectural style at the same time, becoming a model of Mudejar architecture. It is also the location of the palace garden of the Martel family in Dorn in the TV series "Game of Thrones".