All You Need to Know

Reserve Your Ticket to the Seville Alcazar

Every year, over 2 million people visit the Real Alcazar in Seville. If you don’t want to waste time standing in a never-ending line, we highly recommend to book your tickets in advance. If you want to get the most out of your visit, then you might also want to take part in guided tour.

General admission is 18.8€ and a reduced price is available for students and seniors. Guided tours are available from 35€ and in our opinion, is the best option.

Alcazar Tickets & Opening Times

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October to March
Everyday from 9:30am to 6pm

April to September
Everyday from 9:30am to 8pm

*Closed: January 1 & 6, Good Friday, December 25

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General: 18.8€
Students (< 25 years), senior citizens: 6€
Free: children (< 16 years), Seville’s residents, unemployed & disabled

Free for everyone on Mondays:
October to March: 4 to 6pm
April to September: 6 to 8pm

Visit of the Royal Bedroom (Cuarto Alto): 4.5€
This is an add-on to the general ticket and it includes the audio guide


Want to visit the Alcazar for free?

The visit of the Alcazar is free for everyone Mondays from 4 to 6pm from October to March and from 6 to 8pm from April to September.

We still recommend to book your free ticket in advance. Booking it in advance will cost you 1€, however, it is worth it because they limit the number of people allowed to enter. It also saves you time from having to wait in line.

Practical Info

  • The sale of tickets and access to the Alcazar ends 60 min before closing time. Clearance of the building begins 15 min before closing time.
  • Access to the Royal Bedroom (Cuarto Alto) requires a separate ticket (4.50€).
  • It is allowed to take photos but the use of flash and tripod is forbidden.

Extra Perks included in the Alcazar Ticket

The General Alcazar Ticket (not the free one) will also give you access to:

  • Antiquarium – Archeological site in the underground level of the Setas de Sevilla.
  • Triana’s Ceramic Museum – Learn about the importance of ceramics in Seville’s most colorful neighborhood, Triana.
  • Castle of San Jorge, Triana – Originally built for defensive purposes, this castle was also the seat of the Spanish Inquisition. Today, it is partially occupied by the Triana Market. But there is also an interpretation center with info about the ruins and the castle’s history.
  • Museum Bellver - Fabiola House – Learn about Seville’s 19th century history with this unique art exhibition.

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