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Royal Alcazar of
Seville guided tour

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The Royal Alcazar of Seville, declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, next to the Archive of the Indies and the Cathedral of Seville is one of those places to keep in memory and in the retina next to the stories – imaginary or not – that have been created in them as in the series “Game of Thrones”, points such as the Prince’s Garden, the Courtyard of the Maidens, the Hall of the Admiral, the royal royal room or the Courtyard of the Monteria.

The origin of the Real Alcazar of Seville dates from the time of the High Middle Ages, although some areas of Islamic art that impress with its delicacy are preserved. In any case, Mudejar art and Gothic style predominate.

In later stages Renaissance and Baroque elements were added. It was in the fourteenth century when King Pedro I – King Don Pedro – ordered the demolition of the three Almohad palatine buildings to build a Mudejar-style palace, attached to the Gothic style of Alfonso X, which was Casa Real. A palace that already amazed King Ferdinand III “El Santo” and one of the oldest in Europe.
Over the centuries, it has been the residence of the members of the Spanish Royal Family in Seville. Even today, it is exclusively for royal use, except for tourist visits.

In the company of an official Naturanda guide we will discover each and every one of the secrets and legends of the architectural complex and its lush gardens. We will walk through the different halls, patios and rooms of this impressive royal palace and discover magnificent corners of the palace such as the famous baths of María Padilla or the Mercury pond.

Corners full of secrets and legends that will be explained during the guided tour, which will end in the gardens of the Real Alcazar to let the attendees enjoy all their charms.


  • According to internal regulations of the Reales Alcázares and from October 2022, each traveler must carry their official documentation physically and in hand to access the Palace in order to prove their identity.
  • Photocopies are not allowed.
  • Photos of the document on the cell phone are not allowed.
  • If you are not in possession of your ID, you will be denied access to the monument and will not be able to enjoy your activity.
  • Naturanda Turismo is not responsible if the traveler does not have his/her documentation on the day of the visit and will not refund the amount paid for the activity due to omission or forgetfulness of his/her ID/PASSPORT.


Available: Mon - Tue - Wed - Thu - Fri - Sat - Sun
35,00 €
Children (4 - 16 years old)
15,00 €
Babies (0 - 3 years old)
0,00 €
Seniors (from 65 years old)
20,00 €
Students (17 - 25 years old)
20,00 €
Disabled (from 65%)
15,00 €


Regular tour every day of the week. You can check the availability in the reservation calendar. You can reserve a tour up till 10 hours before the start time.

Calle Francos nº19. To check opening times, see the booking calendar.


Professional guide, guided tour and Skip-the-Line for the Alcazar of Sevilla.

Tour in English.

At Naturanda we offer you the possibility to carry out all our activities, excursions and visits for private groups. For more details, please contact us.

For those who reserve as retirees, students, children or disabled people it is necessary to prove it with the corresponding documentation.

  • From May 2020, refund of the Alcázar ticket price (15€ including handling fees) will be denied due to the cancellation of the tour.
  • As a general rule, all our activities have a cancellation policy up to 24 hours before the start of the tour. In the case of Grenade, this free cancellation policy is 48 hours.
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