The Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, also known as Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, is a 16th century mansion with a fantastic collection of Roman mosaics of the region. Located on Cuna Street, one of the busiest streets in Seville, the mansion is absolutely exquisite and a must-see on a visit to Seville. Built around a beautiful renaissance-mudejar courtyard with a couple of patios, the house alone is quite impressive. A blend of Moorish design elements with native Spanish style, the mansion along with its lovely patios and courtyards showcases some stunning tile work. A guided tour of the upper floor is highly recommended as it is quite interesting to see these beautiful furnished rooms filled with incredible pieces of furniture, porcelain, paintings and more.
Ground floor- 5 Euros Both floors- 8 Euros
September to June: Mondays to Fridays - 10.30am to 7.30pm Saturdays - 10am to 2pm and 4pm to 8pm Sundays - 10am to 2pm July & August: Mondays to Fridays - 9am to 3pm Saturdays - 10am to 2pm - See
Around an hour or more
Adults, senior visitor, young adults, families, children
The spectacular mansion, the fantastic roman mosaic
Muslim tourists will not find prayer facilities inside the Palace of the Countess of Lebrija. Those requiring prayer facilities will find several small mosques in certain parts of the Seville. Tourist will have to travel to these areas in order to find mosques or prayer rooms. They could also offer their prayers outdoors if able to locate a clean and quiet area.
Locating Halal restaurants in Seville is possible as it is known to have a number of Halal restaurants serving a variety of cuisines such as, Lebanese, Turkish, Moroccan and more. Although tourists won’t find any restaurants inside the palace, they will definitely be able to locate a restaurant in the city. Visitors could make inquiries at the mosque regarding the dining options available in Seville.