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Trace the evolution of art in Seville with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. Located inside a former convent that dates back to 1612, the museum contains spacious rooms filled with Spanish art from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. The collection focuses on the Seville School and artists such as Francisco de Zurbarán and Juan de Valdés Leal.
The museum has been impressing crowds since 1841. Its collections are spread out on two floors and arranged in chronological order. The exhibitions include many religious-themed works plundered from convents and monasteries by the Spanish government during the 1830s. Start in the first room on the ground floor to view some of the museum’s oldest works, including paintings and sculptures from the 15th century. Inside the old convent’s church is the Murillo Collection, which features large canvases by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, a leading artist in 17th-century Seville.
Go up to the next floor to see large altar paintings and 18th-century murals by Domingo Martinez. The rooms of the upper floor feature many pieces by Zurbarán and Leal, as well as works by artists from other European painting schools.
Among the museum’s highlights are the life-size sculpture of Saint Jerome Penitent by Pietro Torrigiano, The Virgin of Las Cuevas by Francisco de Zurbarán and El Greco's painting of his son Jorge Manuel.
Take advantage of your time here to appreciate the old building. The main façade and original Baroque porch feature elements from the original convent, including the Our Lady of Mercy statue. Stroll along the courtyards decorated with flowers, trees and ceramic tiles.
The museum’s collection can be viewed every day except Monday. A small admission fee applies. The gallery’s central location near the Plaza de Toros bullring makes it easily accessible by public transportation. Alternatively, park your car in the metered garages in Plaza de Armas and Plaza de la Concordia.
Located in Historical Center, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Magdalena Church and Seville Cathedral. Museum of Fine Arts and Monumento a Murillo are also within 5 minutes. Seville Plaza de Armas Station is 7 minutes by foot and Puerta de Jerez Station is 18 minutes.
This family-friendly Seville hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Santa Maria la Blanca Church, Alcazar, and Seville Cathedral. Giralda Tower and Torre del Oro Watchtower are also within 15 minutes. Puerta de Jerez Station is 14 minutes by foot and Seville San Bernardo Station is 17 minutes.
Conveniently located in the historical and commercial center of the city, next to the Guadalquivir River, a 5 minute walk from the Cathedral, Giralda, Barrio de Santa Cruz and walking area Tapas (Triana).
Located in Historical Center, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Santa Maria la Blanca Church and Alcazar. Seville Cathedral and Giralda Tower are also within 10 minutes. Puerta de Jerez Station is 12 minutes by foot and Seville San Bernardo Station is 17 minutes.
Located in Historical Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Magdalena Church, Seville Cathedral, and Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza. Torre del Oro Watchtower is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) away. Seville Plaza de Armas Station is 6 minutes by foot and Puerta de Jerez Station is 18 minutes.
Located in Historical Center, this historic hotel is steps from Archbishop's Palace, Alcazar, and Seville Cathedral. Giralda Tower and Torre del Oro Watchtower are also within 10 minutes. Puerta de Jerez Station is 9 minutes by foot and Seville Plaza de Armas Station is 17 minutes.
Located in Sur, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Nervion Mall, Plaza de Espana, and Alcazar. Seville Cathedral and Maria Luisa Park are also within 1 mi (2 km). Seville San Bernardo Station is only a 5-minute walk and Gran Plaza is 18 minutes.
This modern hotel with a terracotta façade and wrought iron balconies lies within 1.1 km (.7 mi) of Seville Cathedral and the Reales Alcazares.