Stop at San Jacinto

This castle/museum can easily go unnoticed by the more absent-minded visitor. It stands at one end of the Triana bridge on the banks of the Guadalquivir. Its exact date of construction is unknown, though since the taking of the city in 1248 by Ferdinand III it has belonged to the Order of Saint George. It served for many years as the seat of the Spanish Inquisition, but was finally pulled down in 1800. The river has greatly deteriorated its walls, but today, courtesy of the painstaking archaeological work that has been done, visitors can see the castle ruins and visit an impressive exhibition to get an insight into its past glory.

10% discount for online purchase

Just one ticket (valid for 2 days in a row) offers you the chance to enjoy Seville, hopping on and off the bus as often as you like. 


$ Monthly
  • Telephone
  • 955 47 02 55
  • Opening hours
  • Temporarily closed

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