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Casa Palacio de Las Dueñas

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Casa Palacio de Las Dueñas

1,409 Reviews
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NomadicTraveller7 wrote a review Feb 2021
Fuerteventura8,102 contributions689 helpful votes
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This palace is beautiful and when we visited it had not long been opened up for the public. This is the residence of the Duke of Alba. It was a wonderful place to visit and this was one of the main highlights of our 5-day Seville stay. The gardens were particularly beautiful and very peaceful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anneke N wrote a review Jun 2020
Pulborough, United Kingdom159 contributions64 helpful votes
The home of the Noble Family of Alba, this is a little gem right off the beaten track, but well worth seeking out. Visitors have access to the ground floor rooms only and they give an insight into the lives of this family over the centuries. Fascinating interiors and a glimpse into the family's love of bull fighting. A lovely garden to sit in after a lot of sightseeing and visiting other popular and more crowded places in town. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it, especially as Las Duenas was mentioned in one of Somerset Maugham's Short Stories!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nancy wrote a review May 2020
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Everything was great! My husband and I will def. Come back again soon Food is greati trully think its an amazing experience
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia22,221 contributions60,916 helpful votes
This is a palace that is open to the public! People actually still live there, but we did not see them, nor does anyone else who visits . However only the ground floor is for tourists, the rest of the building is out of bounds, as it is the private residence of the owners. The gardens are also really lovely and beautifully landscaped. It is quite opulent and beautiful and worth a visit if you are in the vicinity.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Anneke N wrote a review Mar 2020
Pulborough, United Kingdom159 contributions64 helpful votes
The Palace of Las Duenas is hidden away in a quiet corner of Seville, but well sign-posted and easy to find. It is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Alba who still reside here. The ground floor of the Palace and gardens are open to the public and there are garden seats where one can sit and relax in the shade. This place gives a glimpse into the past and present and one can see the family's interest in the Seville ferias and bull fighting. It is a very nice place to while away an hour or so. Well worth it for the atmosphere and a quiet haven from the lively town centre.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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