After the Cathedral, Plaza de España is probably the most popular attraction in Seville. And with its historic buildings, lush gardens and numerous nooks and crannies to discover, it’s easy to see why.
This massive courtyard is an oasis in the middle of the city of Seville. Come here to walk around the greenery and sparkling canals, watch the horse and carriages parade by, or take in a spontaneous flamenco performance on the grounds.
The semi-circular building that dominates the Plaza was built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of the 1929 Expo. It was constructed in Renaissance/neo-Moorish style by architect Anibal Gonzalez
The main building is fronted by a pristine canal with four small bridges crossing it, and visitors can rent boats to row along the canal.
Throughout the Year
Entry to Plaza de España
Avenida de Isabel la Catolica