A beautiful open crescent with an arcing palatial building including small moat that was great fun to row around. Photos do not do it justice! A must see when in Seville!
The building itself was lovely, like most of the buildings in Seville, it was big on the tiles. Was expecting the building to house either museum or something, but you can only look at the outside. Having somewhere to have a drink would have been great as it was rather windy and chilly on the day we visited.
A must-see if you're near Seville. It's a little overwhelming how vast and detailed and beautiful this is - spend at least a half-day soaking in the awe of the Plaza and park.
This plaza is one of the most stunning I have ever seen and was my personal favorite in Seville. It is gorgeous. Original built as the pavilion for Spain for the American and Latin countries expo, this building and grounds are an absolute must see. It is a short walk from Alcazar and the cathedral. Surround by a huge city... More
It's definitely worth visiting the Plaza de Espana which was built as an exhibit of Spanish regions for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929's World Fair. It is not far from the magnificent Cathedral and real centre of Seville.
The setting is lovely, the ceramics are beautiful & it is very interesting to walk around and view the different provinces of Spain represented by the the historical snapshot in the tiled picture. It did not seem busy, so you could spend time wandering around.
It is an important place to visit for a historical feel of Sevilla. Always very clean and it was never overly packed with people. We decided that it was a great place to rest. One of the hop on hop off buses passes right by it on their route.
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