LEBRIJA PALACE

The best
mosaics
in Europe

Come and discover the palace’s amazing artworks, from ancient Greece and Rome to Sorolla.

Welcome to Lebrija Palace

THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF MOSAICS

History of the palace

Inside the palace there are artworks ranging from ancient Greece and Rome to Sorolla.

The Palace-House

Explore the different parts of the palace: halls, rooms, artworks, mosaics, and much more.

Visit the Palace

All the information you need to plan your visit: opening hours, admission prices and more useful information.

Lebrija Palace

ONE OF THE FINEST PALACE-HOUSES IN SEVILLE

Lebrija Palace is fast becoming one of Seville’s best palace houses to visit. Not only does it have some stunning mosaics, but its rooms also contain numerous archaeological remains of incalculable value: vases, amphorae, columns, vessels, and sculptures. The building is also bedecked with ornamental features like Arab-style arches, plateresque wall decorations, and a typically Andalusian facade and layout.

The Marquess of Lozoya, Director General of Fine Arts, described it as “the best paved palace in Europe”. Indeed, the 580 square metres of Roman mosaics covering the palace’s walls and floors make it the world’s most important private collection of its type.

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MARQUESS OF LOZOYA (1893 – 1978)

DIRECTOR GENERAL DE BELLAS ARTES

"The best paved palace in Europe."

Come and discover the palace’s amazing artworks, from ancient Greece and Rome to Sorolla.

Opening hours

Friday and Saturday, from 10.00 to 19.00 (last visitors admitted at 18.15).

Sunday, from 10.00 to 15.00 (last visitors admitted at 14.15).

Free admission: Friday at 10.00 (limited capacity on ground floor)

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