Visit Metropol Parasol in Seville? All info about Metropol Parasol, the striking attraction Setas de Sevilla or the mushrooms of Seville. The largest wooden structure in the world.
Metropol Parasol Sevilla
Info Metropol Parasol Seville
|Address||Plaza. de la Encarnación Seville|
|Metro||Line 1 (walk 800 meters from this square to metro station) or bus line 27 or 32|
|Tickets||Entrance tickets "El Mirador" daytime € 5 and evening € 10
New: You can do a VR-Tour (12 €) at Metropol Parasol (bookings):
'Las Setas de Sevilla' - Metropol Parasol
Standing in the Plaza de la Encarnación is Metropol Parasol, also known as the 'mushrooms of Seville' ('Las Setas de Sevilla'). This building, which opened in 2011, was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer, who won a design competition to revitalise the square. It is the largest wooden construction in the world (150 x 70 meters and 26 meters in height). Mayer won the competition partly thanks to the way he integrated the remains of a Roman colony into his building. People originally wanted to build a parking lot here, but that idea was abandoned when these Roman remains were discovered.
Metropol Parasol & Mirador
The mushrooms of Metropol Parasol zare not only a wooden construction that covers the square, but on top of the parasols, there is a special walkway and a terrace with beautiful panorama ("El Mirador"). Metropol Parasol also offers an archaeological museum (Antiquarium, see below), shops, several bars and restaurants. A stroll across the Metropol Parasol is certainly worthwhile during your Seville city trip.
Antiquarium (Setas de Sevilla)
|Address||Pl. de la Encarnación Seville|
|Tickets||Tickets: 2 € / Up to 16 years free|
The antiquarium is an archaeological museum located 5 meters below street level. It is located in Metropol Parasol and shows the remnants of a Roman colony with Roman mosaics and houses from the first century AD. On top of the Roman settlements, houses were built by later generations like the Moors. During your visit to this museum, you will get a picture of how people used to live in Seville. Are you interested in archaeology? Then visit the archaeological museum of Seville.
Location of Metropol Parasol in Seville
Nearby the Setas de Sevilla are also: