Closed to visit next 26th May ("Corpus Christi") and 30th May ("San Fernando").
Groups: reservation required by writing. Visits from Monday to Friday from 10-14 h. (except in july and august)
The Basilica is a small church in the San Lorenzo Square, built in 1965, and it was inspired by the Roman Pantheon of Agrippa.
Located between Calle Sierpes and the parallel Calle Tetuán/Velázquez is the 18th-century Capilla de San José, with breathtakingly intense baroque
The tombs of the Riberas, patrons of the Cartuja, can be found in the chapel of the Capítulo.
In the 16th century Seville was one of the most important cities in Europe.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Dervis 3.0 Unported License.
Web elaborada bajo el Plan Turístico de la Ciudad de Sevilla.