Plaza de Espana is a square and buildings in the Spanish city of Seville. The plaza is situated in the Maria Luisa Park and is built around an artificial moat which has four bridges leading on to the plaza, each bridge represents an ancient kingdom of Spain. The plaza was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. The buildings are a magnificent example of Regionalism architecture, mixing Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival styles. The buildings which stretch around in a semi-circle shape are today occupied by various government departments but remain as a picturesque spot in the beautiful city of Seville.
The plaza is situated within the city centre of Seville so 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 plaza is open 24 hours a day every day, it is completely free to visit.