The Hospital of the Venerables Priests of Seville (popularly known as the Hospital de los Venerables) is a 17th century Baroque building which served as a residence for priests. It now hosts the Centro Velázquez, devoted to the famous painter. It contains rich religious murals and the famous painting of Santa Rufina, by Diego Velázquez. It has a beautiful inner red and white tiled Patio Sevillano, intimate, full of plants which can be spirit reviving.
Address: Plaza de los Venerables 8.
Phone: +34 954 562 696
Opening Hours: Daily, from 10:00 to 14:00 hours and then from 16:00 to 20:00 hours.
Rates: normal 4.75 euros,
Reduced 2.40 euros