The Plaza de la Encarnación is the geographical center of Seville, but since the construction of Las Setas de Sevilla it is also an authentic center of leisure and life.

Las Setas de Sevilla, also known as the Metropol Parasol project by the German architect Jürgen Mayer, is the largest wooden structure in the world and also one of the main works of contemporary European architecture. It consists of a 30-meter-high lookout point, a traditional grocery market and musealized archaeological ruins.

Take a unique tour with the official guided tour of the Setas de Sevilla. Accompanied by a guide, make a complete visit to this great work of the architecture of the XXI century.

The first stop is the Mirador, crossing its catwalks and from where the guide’s explanations focus on the characteristics of the building and bring the visitor closer to the monuments that make up the spectacular skyline of Seville.

The second stop is at the Market where you will discover the main products that make up the traditional diet, immersing you in a world of colors and flavors

In the third stop he travels to the second century AD, on the -1 floor, from outside the Antiquarium he knows the Roman past in a general way and we understand the urban organization of the Roman Hispalis.

Finally, the fourth stop is an exclusive farewell tasting of a glass of typical Andalusian sweet wine.



From 1st October to 31th May

Tuesday to Sunday : 11:30h



From 1st June to 30th September:

Tuesday to Sunday: 11:30h


General: 5 € pax (VAT included).


VISIT DURATION: The visit lasts approximately 1 hour.
LANGUAGES: Spanish and english.
MEETING POINT: Building Las Setas de Sevilla (Metropol Parasol), floor -1. Counter de Past View. Plaza de la Encarnación.


  • Guide
  • Entrance ticket to the Setas de Seville
  • A tasting glass of traditional sweet wine