Visit the 17th-century Charity Hospital to celebrate the work of Murillo, Valdés Leal, and Pedro Roldán. Then visit the Fine Arts Museum to peruse collections of Sevillian art throughout the ages. Begin this small group, informative tour with a visit to Seville's Charity Hospital. As well as the work of Murillo, Valdés Leal, and Pedro Roldán, you will delve into the life and work of Don Juan Mañara, reputed to be Spain's first don Juan. Then, stop at the Fine Arts Museum to browse a wealth of Sevillian art, dating from the gothic era to the modern-day. There is also the chance to explore an extensive collection of baroque paintings.
- Small group guided tour of Seville's history of art
- Admission to the Charity Hospital
- Admission to the Fine Arts Museum
- Commentary in English and Spanish
Duration: 3 hours
Departure time: Tues.–Sat.: 2 PM; Sun.: 10 AM
Departure location: The Golden Tower (Torre del Oro)
Return time: Tues.–Sat.: 5 PM; Sun.: 1 PM
Return location: Seville city centre
Note: Each tour runs with a maximum of ten participants. Commentary from your guide is in English and Spanish. Commentary in German, French, and Italian is available upon request. This tour does not operate on Christmas Day or New Year's Day. Children age 11 and younger participate for free.
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