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We didn't think we were missing too much by not entering the the tower, but we found ourselves forever walking past or stopping on the bridge while crossing back from Triana. Very picturesque and a typical symbol that appears in many photos of Seville.
We went on one of the free entry days - it was OK to see the view of Sevilla from the top, but nothing to write home about, and I think if I'd have paid the regular 3€ entrance fee on any other day I'd...More
Not much of a climb to the ramparts - and only 3 Euros entry for adult. Good views from the almost top: the actual top part was shut but you could walk up a few more steps to get a higher view. Couple of interesting...More
Compared with other attractions it was cheap (5 euros if I remember correctly). Need to be fit to walk up the stairs but the reward of the fantastic view is well worth it. Great little maritime museum on one of the levels.
Small price to pay to enter and walk up the tower for great views out to Seville. There is also a pretty good little museum about the history of the navy that was located in Seville. Would recommend taking a walk over the Triana bridge,...More
The Torre del Oro is a military watchtower which dates back to the 13th century. Situated near the Guadalquivir River it’s a must see landmark when in Seville. You can enter inside to see the naval museum and also climb to the top. It’s free...More
It's cheap to go up and there are stairs. Whether they can climb it depends on health. Definitely not for frail or handicapped people. I was slightly winded and I am 56 and in reasonably good shape. The view made it worth... More
It's cheap to go up and there are stairs. Whether they can climb it depends on health. Definitely not for frail or handicapped people. I was slightly winded and I am 56 and in reasonably good shape. The view made it worth the climb. Hope that helps.