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As it’s one of the more expensive cities in Spain, your costs in Seville can soon add up. If you’re getting out and about and seeing the sights, one of the best ways to keep your costs down in Seville is to buy a Sevilla Card. Along with discounts in various restaurants, shops and clubs, the Sevilla Card gives you free admission to most of Seville’s museums, some of the boat rides on the river, and the Isla Magica theme park. A 24 hour Sevilla Card will cost you €50 from one of the tourist information offices, and you can also add in unlimited transportation in Seville for an additional cost.
There are also a number of Seville’s main sights where entry is free on certain days, so ask at the Tourist Information Office if you want to keep your costs down here.
Otherwise, typical costs in Seville are outlined as follows:
Admission to Cathedral & Giralda: €7.50 (adults) / €2 (concessions) / children free under 16
Flamenco Museum: €10 (adults) / €6 (children)
Alcazar: €7 (adults)
Archaelogical Museum: €1.50
Bullfights at the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza:
High season: between €20 - €100
Low season (novice bullfights): between €9 - €42.