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This was by FAR the most impressive plaza we saw in Spain! It is almost too long to get in a single picture (looks odd with panoramic), but some of our favorite shots were from this location. Few were taking gondola or horse rides around...More
This is a really large expansive Plaza and park area. I recommend coming in the morning, there are less people and if there is something happening in the park (tree falls down) then the entire area is closed including the plaza.
The plaza is full...More
You go there because you are in Sevilla and honestly it is a city that can be done in 2 days (we had planned 4). The plaza is magnificent but once you have taken in its beauty and some nice pictures it is time to...More
We walked over from the historic center. It's about a 20 min easy walk. The grounds are very nice. Lots of people enjoying the outdoors including a Flamenco dancer/singer/ guitarist, and a bride and groom. The building is beautiful. Overall, a nice public park.
Possible to walk to the Plaza from the cathedral area but be aware if you do that you are walking there really just for the architecture and the grounds, so depends on whether you have the time to do so. The individual tiled alcoves, which...More
Response from wanderjefe | Reviewed this property |
I took a round trip bus from Seville to Cadiz. It was super easy buying the ticket, I used the GoEuro app which made it easy and I didn't have to worry about tracking a paper ticket. By using the mobile app I used my credit... More
I took a round trip bus from Seville to Cadiz. It was super easy buying the ticket, I used the GoEuro app which made it easy and I didn't have to worry about tracking a paper ticket. By using the mobile app I used my credit card which was a non-Spanish one.
You can buy a bus ticket in person at the bus station using one of the kiosk stations and you can use any credit card.
Is this a new place and how do you get to it (by foot) I don't recall noticing anything about it last summer Thanks
May 20, 2016|
Response fromGraham B|
It's been there a few years now, the underground car park sits below. It's always looked unfinished to me. I'm sure there are lots of bricked-up and unused retail spaces under the apartments around the perimeter, but I could be wrong. The easiest way to get to it is to walk up the short road which runs up the side of Cafe Kronox, and through the arch.
best place to drop off rental car in Madrid? (2 Replies)
We are picking up a car in Granada (at the train station) and dropping it off in Madrid. We are a family of 5 traveling in late June. Where should we drop off the car in Madrid? We want to make it easy to drive to the drop off spot and then get transportation to our flat which is near Plaza del Sol. Our choices for dropping off the car in Madrid are: Madrid airport terminal 1 Madriad airport terminal 4 Atocha train station cha Martin train station Plaza de Espana Plaza de...More
May 12, 2010|
Response fromPhilip R|
Atocha station would be the most convenient and probably the easiest if you have never driven in Madrid and are arriving from Granada.
Plaza de Espana (8 Replies)
We're going to Sevilla, and wonder if it's possible to visit Plaza de Espana, and what is there to see inside this building?I cant find much information about this. Hildegunn from Norway.
June 18, 2010|
If you read this traveler's report, you'll notice that in May, there was construction and parts of the plaza were sealed off to visitors. Hopefully, it'll be finished when you arrive. tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g187443-i284-k3691…