Alcázar of Seville (Seville, Spain)

Off to the Alcazar of Seville? See our insider advice for a queue-free visit as well as opening times and phone numbers!

Estimated attendance

Medium Estimated wait until 15:00
Thu 11 Fri 12 Sat 13 Sun 14 Mon 15 Tue 16 Wed 17
09:30 10:00
10:00 11:30
11:30 15:00
15:00 19:00
Very low

Our tips

Top tips

Alcazar is usually much less crowded than Cordoba’s Alhambra.

You probably won’t spend more than 10 minutes in the waiting line to buy your tickets, but consider buying them online to guarantee your entry during high season (mostly April-May, September, & Easter week).

Coming in the morning or after 15:00 is the best solution to avoid crowds and if you come in the summer, to enjoy the gardens when it’s not too hot. Since tour groups start arriving at 11 am, 9.30-11.00 is the best time slot for your crowd-free visit.

If you hold a Sevilla Card, just bypass the queue at the ticket office and go straight inside the palace!

It’s the oldest Royal Palace in Europe and is still the official residence of the King of Spain in Seville.

Alcazar is used for filming part of season 5 of the series “Game of Thrones”.

Get a map and an audio guide at the start of your visit.

Alcazar Reales Photo credits to Martin Haisch via Flickr

Admission Fees

Regular ticket: 9.50 €

Pensioners, students (17-25 incl.): 2 €

Disabled visitors, children under 16, those born or residing in the city of Seville: free

Opening hours

From October to March: From Monday to Sunday, 09:30 to 17:00.

From April to September: From Monday to Sunday, 09:30 to 19:00.

Closed on the 1st and 6th of January, Good Friday and the 25th of December.

Contact number

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Photo credits to Martin Haisch via Flickr


Real Alcázar de Sevilla
📍 Patio de Banderas, s/n.

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