The Parque de Maria Luisa is a public park that is the principal green area of Seville, Spain. The park stretches along the Guadalquivir river. The origin of the park dates back to the early 20th century after the land was gifted to the city from one of the local palaces. The land was further landscaped and added to as part of the Expo of 1929. Today, the park is a place of peaceful greenery and nature with the park having large green areas, a botanic garden and various monuments within its grounds. The park is on the edge of the Plaza de Espana so makes for a picturesque walk from magnificent architecture to a beautifully landscaped green space.
The park is situated within the city centre of Seville so it is quite easy to get to. The ‘San Bernardo’ train and metro stations are a short walk away from the sight.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open from 8am-12am daily. It is completely free to enter.