Seville It is one of the cities that make up the Autonomous Community of Andalusia and is one of the spanish cities that more tourists receive annually for having an extensive historic helmet and a broad historical, cultural, architectural and monumental heritage.
If we have Seville as our next travel destination, we must bear in mind that the cost of living in Seville It is not cheap, living up to cities like Buenos Aires or Miami. But, if our travel budget to Seville It is not very high, we should not worry because we have tourist attractions that we can visit for free in Seville, among them:
• Pilate's House. Built in the mid-fourteenth century, the Casa de Pilatos is located near the square of the same name and stands out for its Italian style typical of the Renaissance era. The Casa de Pilatos can be visited for free on Wednesdays from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. If we want to visit the Casa de Pilatos the other days of the week, we will have to pay a price of eight euros for the entrance and five euros more if we want to visit the garden area.
• Cathedral of Sevilla. The Cathedral of Santa Maria de la Sede de Sevilla popularly known as the Cathedral of Seville is recognized as the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, and, as an Asset of Outstanding Universal Value.
• General Archive of the Indies. Created in 1785, the General Archive of the Indies was created by indication of King Carlos III and in its previous one there are more than forty thousand files that make up more than eighty million pages and more than eight thousand maps, all documents derived from the administrations of the various colonies that Spain had.
• Museum of Fine Arts. Located in what was the Convent of La Merced during the seventeenth century, in the Museum of Fine Arts we can find works of art dating from the Gothic period, as well as exhibitions where we can see works by El Greco and Velásquez. After the Prado Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts is considered one of the best in Spain.
• Santa Cruz neighborhood. Here we do not recommend a specific destination, we simply recommend traveling its streets to learn more about the history and culture of Seville.