Il progetto Metropol Parasol, poi chiamato ufficialmente alla sua apertura come Setas de Sevilla, è una struttura a forma di pergola realizzata in legno e cemento sito nella centrale Plaza de la Encarnaciòn a Siviglia in Spagna. Ha dimensioni di 150 metri di lunghezza, 70 metri di larghezza e un'altezza approssimativa di 26 metri. La sua base ospita un mercato tradizionale e ristoranti al piano terra, una sala per spettacoli e il museo archeologico Antiquarium. La struttura è coronata da una terrazza e da un belvedere che offre una vista panoramica della città vecchia.
|Lunedi||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Martedì||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Mercoledì||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Giovedi||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Venerdì||10:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Sabato||10:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Domenica||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
Annisa Fajriani | feb 17, 2018
It's must visit (especially if you're into architecture)! Entrance is very reasonable, when I was there we got 1 euro discount for drink up there and free post card when I got out. I'm not sure why it's not as popular as other attraction, but hey it's a good news! We can spend time as long as we want and they got an accessible arrangement for wheelchair by elevator and ramps at the viewpoint. The minus might be they don't have English translation for the storyboards. I also recommend to visit the new market in the lower ground before or after you got enough if Seville from above.
Leo Yanes | mar 3, 2018
If you're visiting Sevilla, take the time to stop here. Ticket to go up is only 3€, and it includes a discount or free drink and a souvenir from the gift shop. It's a 15-20 minute visit but has a very nice view of Seville and the area. Definitely don't plan your day around this, but if in the area make sure to spare a few minutes to go up.
Andy Charlton | nov 9, 2017
We love this place. Like so many things in Sevilla, it impressive, and a little bit bonkers! :) Value for money is excellent. 3 euro per person to get to the viewing platform which gives a magnificent view over the city. The platform snakes all around the top of the most of the structure. Someone described it as the slowest roller coaster ride in the world. Though you actually walk, it's a great description. With each ticket, you get a free drink in a local bar, and a free postcard from the gift shop. Bargain!
YJ Khaw | gen 27, 2018
Ticket was 3 euros which includes admission, elevator ride and supposedly a free drink (but wasn't available when I was there). There's a cafe up there though ( if you are feeling thirsty). I went close to sunset. So the ticket queue was about half a hour (bottle neck at payment counter). Pretty worth going if you like cool architecture, sunset, taking photos of sunset and having a bird's eye view of Seville. It was pretty surreal walking at the roof, undulating platform and soaking up the nice colors of sunset. Plan the time to head up and factor in queuing time to make the most out of it. Was up there for about 20-25 minutes taking some photos. Not a Super Long trail in total. And packed with tons of people. Apparently it was built at a cost of more than 120 million euros.
Miguel Negron | feb 16, 2018
It's a great place lots of Youth and Adolescents hang out here. When we were there there were even photo shoots going on. Under the monument lye Roman ruins recently discovered. Definitely another Seville beauty worth the visit!
Justin W. Flory | mar 18, 2018
Overall, this is a worthwhile experience to visit in Seville. Walking around the Metropol Parasol is free, but for 3€, you can take an elevator to the top and see the entire city. The ticket includes a free drink at a nearby bar and a postcard. If breath-taking and romantic views are your thing, don't miss out here. I was traveling on a business trip and this was a great way for us to wind down on one of the evenings. We went close to sunset, which made for a spectacular view. From the top, you can walk across almost all of the monument. There are stairs that lead to the highest point, where you can see all of Seville in one spectacular view. I appreciated the free drink and postcard included with the ticket. Don't be deceived about the drink, though – there is a bar at the top, but the free drink is not for this bar, it's a nearby bar on the ground. But still, for what you're getting for 3€, I can't complain. When I return to Seville, I'll go back here to get another glimpse from the top. It's incredibly romantic if you're traveling with a partner.
Annisa Fajriani | mar 7, 2018
It's a must visit (especially if you're into architecture)! Entrance is very reasonable, when I was there we got 1 euro discount for drink up there and free post card when I got out. I'm not sure why it's not as popular as other attraction, but hey it's a good news! We can spend time as long as we want and they got an accessible arrangement for wheelchair by elevator and ramps at the viewpoint. The minus might be they don't have English translation for the storyboards. I also recommend to visit the new market in the lower ground before or after you got enough of Seville from above.
Amy Collins | apr 2, 2018
We probably spent more time in the queue than walking around Metropol Parasol. The views are nice but once you've gone around the loop there's nothing else to see. You do get a free drink in the café which is nice if you want to relax and take in the views. You also get a free postcard with your ticket at the end in the gift shop downstairs (beside the ticket office). Overall its nice to see but no need to go out of your way if you have limited time, there's many other beautiful places to see in the city.
Guillermo Díaz | mag 5, 2018
Emociones encontradas. Sin duda, no es una de las piezas arquitectónicas más bonitas de la ciudad. Rompe con lo clásico y le da un toque moderno wannabe. En resumen, que visto a pie de calle, es feo. PERO, una vez que se sube al mirador, la cosa cambia. Más que por el sitio en sí (que tiene su encanto, con pasarelas que suben y bajan de nivel), por las vistas del centro de la ciudad.
Robin Hellemans | apr 13, 2018
Honeybee structured building in the center of Seville. I'm not sure what its functionality is or who built it, all I know is that it looks pretty cool. You should be able to walk on top of it, but it was closed when we were there, though that was probably because of the pouring rain
sabyasachi mohanty | mag 26, 2018
Contemporary Architecture and Urban Design Masterpiece!!! A world class example of public space....I would recommend audio-visual tour(10€) instead of the normal tour(3€) if you are an Architecture or history enthusiast.... Believe me it's WORTH IT!!! You will have the city in the view and the past of the city projected within the device itself and on top of that, a person to guide you through the whole process!!! The person who was my guide was extremely careful of my belongings and cooperative!!! SUPER DUPER RECOMMENDED!!!!
Justin De los Santos | mag 26, 2018
Place is def a must see. Came on a Friday afternoon and place was crawling with people. Mostly kids and high schoolers hanging and playing under the structure. If you want to every the top you have to enter below. There's a walkway that leads under the structure down to a ticket booth and a museum which is a different line and needs a different ticket. Once you get a ticket you take an elevator up. And then you can follow a path on top of the structure. There's always a small Cafe to get food or alcohol. When I went your ticket can give you a discount on the drink but you have to make sure to ask the ticket booth people for a drink discounted ticket. Which is free.
Hassene Ben Salem | mag 10, 2018
This vintage point offer a great view of the city. Sunset time is the best time to visit as it can look amazing on the top of this interesting structure. One slight disappointment though: your ticket says you'll be offered a free drink. There's no such thing, instead you have a 1€ off your tab.
Tom Stockham | lug 4, 2018
An amazing structure stuck in the middle of a stunning city. It's truly worth the visit as the views from the top are beautiful. It does get very hot walking around as it has no cover. It's such a clever construction that you will be checking out how it was made. Make the effort to visit this site, it's very clever.
Michelangelo Scandola | lug 5, 2018
Amazing structure in the heart of Sevilla. Although You can also get to the viewing point at the top by using an elevator, you have to pay for it. There is also a Museum underneath the structure where you can admire ancient Roman architecture. It’s a nice blend between the new and the old world. Totally recommend to see it if you are in Sevilla for a few days. I’d say it’s a must see
Koh Rong Ying | giu 21, 2018
Interesting attraction. Paid 3 euros to go up to the viewpoint. It was hot in June so we didn't spend too long up there. It wasn't too high so could not see as much. 3 euros entitled us to a free postcard and drink too! The first floor had shade, playground and places to skate which made it a fun place to relax.
Barney Jones | lug 16, 2018
A lot of reviews I’ve seen mention how this is ugly, unnecessary and a blight on the landscape. It’s quite an unusual structure, but also quite beautiful. It only costs €3 to get the lift to the viewing walkway, and there are some amazing views from the top, perfect for some photo opportunities! I don’t particularly like heights, but I enjoyed my trip up ‘the mushrooms’, and got some great shots, as you can see. It’s always bustling below, and there is an indoor market, museum and a few bars built into the base. Worth a trip if you have some time on your hands and want some lovely views of the city.
L N | lug 25, 2018
A very beautiful area to visit. Not only do locals go there but also tourist to check out the spot. There are many shops, restaurants and establishments to visit. Considering the day that we visited it was a very hot day this particular scenic spot was very cool. Beautiful location.
Michelangelo Scandola | lug 30, 2018
Amazing structure in the heart of Sevilla. Although You can get to the viewing point at the top by using an elevator, you have to pay for it. There is also a Museum underneath the structure where you can admire ancient Roman architecture. It’s a nice blend between the new and the old world. Totally recommend to see it if you are in Sevilla for a few days. I’d say it’s a must see
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