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All reviews roman mosaics the ground floor mosaic floors guided tour upstairs tour roman times worth a visit private house tile work beautiful tiles archaeological museum buy a ticket beautiful palace real alcazar countess collector collection
The countess was an avid collector of Roman antiquities that are spread all over the lower level of her villa and the garden.
Take the time to visit also the upper level, which contains the appartments of the countess.
The upper level is visited in...More
We enjoyed our leisurely stroll through this museum, with its many tiled floors, tapestries and relics. The moorish arches are quite stunning. We did the 2nd floor tour and thought it was worth the little extra for a glimpse of how the palace was originally...More
Worth visiting. We had time to enjoy every room at our own pace as it was not crowded. We paid extra to visit the 2nd floor and it was well worth it. The guided visit was informative and we saw some very beautiful pieces of...More
We stumbled across this oasis - its literally just around the corner from where we are staying. As its so close, we came back to the apartment and read the T/Advisor reviews before heading going back when it was cooler.
We won't repeat the other...More
What a lovely place, devoid of a lot of tourist foot traffic! The mosaics are beautiful and I would recommend buying the €10 ticket to gain access to the 2nd floor. You can’t take photos up there but it was really beautifully furnished, interesting and...More
This is a wonderful house, which was nice and cool in the August heat. One of the nicest places we have seen in Sevilla. We paid for the private tour of the upstairs floors - well worth it. We loved the library of 6,000 books!...More
What a gem of a place. Pay the extra and visit the upper floor with a guide. We were totally in awe of everything we saw - Roman mosaics, 16th century ceilings. An intimate insight into the Consuela's life
It is a rare experience to be able to walk on whole room floors made of original Roman murals but here at the Palacio, it is the norm. The floors are so well preserved, it is a privilege to be able to walk on them...More