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Seville: Nao Victoria 500 Replica and Museum Entry Ticket

1. Seville: Nao Victoria 500 Replica and Museum Entry Ticket

Learn about the first circumnavigation of the world, narrated through the protagonist ship: the Nao Victoria. The Nao itself guides you through the preparations for the expedition, the immensity of the voyage it undertook, the events that took place, the dangers it faced, the hardship of life on board, and the important consequences of the greatest maritime feat in history. Explore historical sources and diverse audiovisual media as part of a cutting-edge exhibition about the main Spanish maritime expeditions. Experience the sensations and experiences of the people on the ships themselves and the sailors who completed this feat, in order to move closer to the true dimension and scope of the achievements. Learn about the ships and sailors who converted the insurmountable seas into bridges and paths between continents, cultures and civilizations, throughout the astonishing journey, as told by the Nao Victoria.

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What people are saying about Espacio Primera Vuelta al Mundo

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 8 reviews

The museum, detailed itinerary for the construction of the ships and all the details of the trip. The replica floating on the Guadalquivir, inviting us to imagine the lives of those who starred in this historical milestone. It is a visit that I consider essential if you like history or/and ships.

We really enjoyed visiting the ship and the museum. Audio in English was very good. My 4 year old liked going up and down the stairs and learning about how people sailed in the old days. And we did too. Definitely worth a visit.

Nice interactive small museum. The ship is a replica. It’s also quite small. There is no guide on it, just walk around and read the signs. Just an ok experience.

Very interesting, an excellent way to understand how they traveled at that time.