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Wonderful palace

It is a rare experience to be able to walk on whole room floors made of original Roman murals but... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Taplow, United Kingdom
Must see if you like other peoples homes.

The Palacio de la Condesa is a beautiful building and definitely a must-see while in Seville. The... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Bury, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

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

1  Thank tweedledumdedum
Reviewed 10 June 2018

The Palacio de la Condesa is a beautiful building and definitely a must-see while in Seville. The structure of the palace is a typical of Sevillian stately homes: an arrangement of airy rooms and hall-Medusa, Ganymede, Dionysus, Octagonal rooms. All rooms are richly decorated, Roman...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Lebrija Palace was formerly a private house owned by a Condesa and is special because not only is the house lovely (moorish style) it is also special because the Condessa who owned it was an avid collector of Roman mosaics and medieval tiles which she...More

Thank Susieb2201
Reviewed 28 May 2018

This is a little hard to find (we are not great with maps) and we paid for the full guided tour. What was truly worth it actually is the ground floor self-directed tour. You get to see the beautiful staircase, lots of mosaics, the pompei...More

Thank Sylvie T
Reviewed 18 May 2018

The Palacio de la Condesa is a beautiful building and definitely as must see while in Seville. The 16th century palace was completely made over in the early 1900s with an extraordinary "Roman" theme running throughout. The Condesa did her best to "buy" priceless Roman...More

2  Thank T4232XIjohnb
Reviewed 10 May 2018

We loved our visit to this Palacio. It dates to the 16th century but was remodeled in the 19th C. The owner at that time (Countess of Lebrija) amassed a very varied collection, some of which came from the Roman ruins near Seville. Do not...More

Thank TravelFan48105
Reviewed 9 May 2018

We did find the audio tour very long winded and a bit tedious. However it is worth paying the extra for the guided tour (In Spanish and English) of the upper floor. A bit unfair maybe but it did feel like a poor mans Real...More

Thank holidayfan55
Reviewed 6 May 2018

this palace has a wide range of andalusian tiles and a big number of archeological treasures, like mosaics in the ground floor, which you can visit on your own. The former owner even changed the architecture of the rooms to fit in these mosaics. The...More

Thank peripatus333
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

What a great find! The countess put together an incredible collection of antique tiles: Roman mosaic floors, tiled walls from a renaissance convent reassembled here with an eclectic art collection. We paid for the tour of the second floor and were glad that we did....More

1  Thank lbd90807
Reviewed 13 April 2018

It's surprising that this is not better known, as the Condess de Lebrija was a woman who collected a significant range of Roman artefacts, notably a variety of ancient mosaics which she rearranged to walls of her palacio to fit around. It is possible to...More

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