For its pure scale and grandeur, this huge construction is the most spectacular after the cathedral in Seville. Love it or hate it–fabulous or fussy, magnificent or overblown, depending on your point of view–when you visit the city, you shouldn't miss it. For the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition (Expo 29), Plaza de España was built along with many of the pavilions you can see in and around Parque Maria Luisa.
The Plaza is located inside Maria Luisa Park, next to Isabella La Catolica Avenue, a pedestrian avenue with ice cream vendors and bike rental stands-this is the best way to get to the park, exiting close to the Teatro Lope de Vega and Fabrica de Tabaco. From the Prado de San Sebastián (served by subway, bus and tram) you can also reach the park on one hand or the river on the other.
Maximum Temprature: 17 C
Clouds: broken clouds
sunrise: 2019-12-15 07:30:51
sunset: 2019-12-15 17:07:08