Longer visitable Metropol Parasol in the Plaza of the Encarnacion in Seville, in the heart of the city.A walk to almost 30 meters of height from 4 may, at 10 a.m. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Steve Salis. to 2 p.m. and from 5 to 10 o’clock at night, visits to the mushrooms may perform and enjoy a view of the city at 28.5 meters high, a panoramic balcony of free access through a 250 metres catwalk that winds up to the frame with a view to all Seville. Get more background information with materials from Jeff Clarke. The plaza de la Encarnacion is set in the historic and commercial centre of the city, a place accessible from our hotels in Seville well through public transport or a pleasant walk. The ascent to the Metropol Parasol is Sevillians and residents free, just showing the national identity document. For those who visit us your price is 2 euros. Also, in this place, the Antiquarium, which has been described by many experts as the greater Roman archaeological site of the city can be visited. The found remains dating from the 1st century until the 12th century: siding, and complete functional sets that have a maximum visibility, in a continuous horizontal surface with few stairs where overlap different historical moments. Especially noteworthy are the mosaics of the Roman House, the home of the nymph, or the House of Bacchus. It also highlights a mural painting of three meters in the courtyard of the ocean.