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Casa de Salinas | Experience Seville’s Historic Legacy

Step into Casa de Salinas, a historic treasure in Seville's heart. Discover captivating guided tours, where you'll unravel the legacy of this enchanting residence, intricately entwined with the city's cultural tapestry.

Why Visit Casa de Salinas?

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  • Architectural Marvel: Immerse yourself in a masterful blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Mudejar architectural styles, witnessing the evolution of design across centuries.
  • Living History: Unlike conventional museums, Casa de Salinas is a living, breathing residence, offering an unparalleled opportunity to experience history firsthand.
  • Intricate Details: Marvel at the exquisite hand-painted tiles and intricate woodwork, a testament to the craftsmanship of eras long past and a glimpse into the opulent lifestyles of Seville's wealthy families.
  • Culture of Seville: Located near iconic landmarks such as the Cathedral, Los Reales Alcázares, and the Archivo de Indias, Casa de Salinas is intricately woven into the cultural tapestry of Seville.

Casa de Salinas Highlights

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Mosaics at Casa de Salinas

These intricate and colorful mosaic patterns adorn the mansion's interiors, offering a visual journey through the artistic traditions of bygone eras. Each mosaic, meticulously designed and skillfully executed, encapsulates stories of the past, reflecting the opulent tastes and cultural influences that have shaped the mansion's legacy.

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Stained glass windows at Casa de Salinas

These artistic marvels, meticulously crafted with vibrant hues, cast mesmerizing shadows and hues across the rooms. Embedded within the mansion's architecture, these windows are not only aesthetic elements but also carriers of history. Their intricate designs and vivid palette offer a glimpse into the artistic sensibilities of the past.

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Hand-painted tiles at Casa de Salinas

Each tile tells a story, reflecting the mastery of craftsmanship and the cultural influences that have shaped the mansion's identity. These timeless creations bridge eras, allowing visitors to not only appreciate their aesthetic allure but also connect with the historical narratives they preserve.

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Intricate woodwork at Casa de Salinas

The intricate woodwork at Casa de Salinas weaves a tale of artisanal excellence and timeless elegance. Adorning ceilings, doors, and furnishings, this masterful craftsmanship is a testament to the dedication of skilled hands and the artistic soul of the mansion.

Plan Your Visit to Casa de Salinas

Getting There
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It is open from Monday to Friday

From October 16 to June 14: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

From June 15 to October 15: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Last Entry: 30 minutes before closing time.

Closed: Casa de Salinas remains open on public holidays

Best Time to Visit: The best times to visit Casa de Salinas are spring (April-June) when the weather is pleasant and the opening hours are extended.

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Address:  C. Mateos Gago, 39, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

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Getting There 

  • By Bus: Board buses A1, A8 or C3
  • Nearest Stop:  The closest bus stop is Menéndez Pelayo (Puerta de La Carne). From there it is  a quick 6-minute walk to Casa de Salinas.
  • By Tram: Board tram T1 
  • Nearest Stop: Archivo de Indias. 
  • By Car: It is 11.6 kilometers away from Seville Airport
  • Car Parking: Casa de Salinas does not have its own parking.
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  • Historical Context: Brush up on Seville's history and architecture to enhance your understanding of the mansion's significance.
  • Respectful Behavior: Show respect for the mansion's historical importance by following guidelines and instructions.
  • Photography: Capture the beauty, but be mindful of photography restrictions, as some areas might have limitations.
  • Preservation Efforts: Understand the mansion's role as a living heritage site and contribute to its preservation by respecting its interiors and surroundings.
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  • Casa Morales: Established in 1850, this iconic tavern serves a variety of tapas and wine maintaining its timeless charm.
  • El Rinconcillo: One of Seville's oldest bars, this historic spot offers traditional tapas and an atmosphere steeped in history.
  • La Azotea: A contemporary eatery focusing on fresh, local ingredients and innovative dishes, perfect for a memorable dining experience.
  • Bar El Comercio: Savor traditional Spanish breakfast with churros and chocolate, along with a variety of tapas throughout the day.
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  • Hotel Doña Maria: This cozy hotel offers a rooftop pool and terrace, providing picturesque views of the surrounding historic district.
  • Hotel Palacio Alcazar: Situated near Casa de Salinas, this hotel offers charming rooms in a restored 18th-century palace.
  • Hotel Las Casas de la Judería: Experience a blend of modern comfort and traditional Andalusian design in this hotel consisting of several connected historic houses.
  • Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla: This boutique hotel offers a charming atmosphere with traditional decor and is situated close to many major attractions.
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  • Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla): Just a stone's throw away, this stunning Gothic cathedral is one of the largest in the world.
  • La Giralda: The cathedral's iconic bell tower, La Giralda, offers panoramic views of the city and is a testament to the blend of Islamic and Christian architecture.
  • Flamenco Shows: Experience the passion of flamenco, a traditional Andalusian art form, at various venues around the Old Town.
  • Seville Aquarium: Located on the Guadalquivir River, immerses visitors in diverse marine ecosystems, featuring an Oceanarium and educational exhibits for a captivating aquatic experience.

Frequently Asked Questions About Casa De Salinas

How to book tickets to Casa de Salinas?

You can book Casa de Salinas tickets online for a convenient and hassle-free experience.

Why should I book Casa de Salinas tickets online?

Booking Casa de Salinas tickets online ensures a seamless experience, securing your preferred tour time and allowing you to skip potential onsite queues.

How long does a guided tour of Casa de Salinas typically last?

A guided tour of Casa de Salinas typically lasts for 20-30 minutes.

What are Casa de Salinas opening hours?

From October to June it is open from 10 AM to 6 PM and from June to October it is open from 10 AM to 2 PM.

What is the history of Casa de Salinas?

Casa de Salinas has a rich history intertwined with the illustrious families of Seville. It has undergone meticulous restoration to preserve its original character.

Are there any age restrictions for visiting Casa de Salinas?

Casa de Salinas welcomes visitors of all ages.

Where is Casa de Salinas located?

It is located at C. Mateos Gago, 39, 41004 Sevilla, Spain.

Is photography allowed inside Casa de Salinas?

Photography policies might vary from room to room, so it's best to inquire about photography rules upon arrival or during your guided tour.

Is there a dress code for visiting Casa de Salinas?

There is no strict dress code, however it's recommended to wear comfortable attire for walking and exploring.

Is there a café or restaurant on-site?

No, Casa de Salinas does not have a cafe on site, however there are several restaurants and cafes in the vicinity.