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Except if you are an architect, interested in Calatrava's work, do not waste your time to see a regular bridge in a style that became quite repetitive nowadays everywhere in the world. Visiting it is like visiting traffic. Not a touristic attraction.
First seen from the top floor, probably seen as pretentious, outside cocktail area of El Corte Inglese.
We were next at Plaza de Espana we walked down through the Maria Louisa park. When we came to the river we saw several boats along Las Dalicias....More
Seeing Santiago Calatrava's masterpiece up close is a must-see for travelers who are into architecture, engineering, or bridges in general. There's a free parking lot just as you enter the park, then you can walk along a path to the bridge.
You don't see too many bridges like this one but the river area in Seville is worth a visit. You can walk right along the tow path and enjoy the views. There is a great market area with lots of local restaurants and bars to...More
We were on a somewhat uninspiring river cruise during our visit to Seville but it did allow us to see some features from a different perspective. This design of this particular bridge makes it well worth seeing.