Located in Sevilla, Spain, the Casa de Pilatos dates from the 15th century and is the permanent home of Spanish nobility. It's just one of the must see sights in this charming Andalusian city and is best known for its over 150 glazed tile designs that decorate the walls.
Other highlights include the delightful courtyard with its 24 busts of emperors and kings, the Islamic influenced ceiling decorations, and its two shady gardens.
Also on display are several paintings, including one by Goya, as well as several frescoes. It's located near the center of Seville and is open year round for visits.