Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa), Seville

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 3,800+ reviews on the web
Tour the lush gardens and ornate architecture of Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa). Located in the heart of the city, the park stretches along the Guadalquivir river and is home to many important monuments and historical structures. Visit the impressive Mudéjar Pavillion that now houses the Museum of Arts and Traditions, or admire the famous statue of Miguel de Cervantes, located in the gardens. Explore the tile-adorned Plaza de España complex, connected by bridges over a moat. Horse-drawn carriage rides are available through the gardens. Plan your Maria Luisa Park (Parque de Maria Luisa) visit and explore what else you can see and do in Seville using our Seville vacation generator.
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  • This Park is a wonderland of Seville, there will be similar not the same, but if you also think that it was one, gives to think. Enjoy it as if it were yours and leave it clean so that others can enjoy it.
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  • Maria Luisa Park can be found right in front of the Plaza de Espana. It is a beautiful park, where you can sit and enjoy the beautiful plants
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  • Everything is beautiful, pieces of tree vegetation water. Shade when it's hot a nice soothing walk
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  • This lovely romantic garden was donated to the city by the Infanta Maria Luisa Fernand at the end of the nineteenth century. The famous landscape gardener, Jean Claude Nicolas Forestier, added further enhancements. In 1929, the park became the centre of the Ibero American Exhibition. Adjacent to the park is the beautiful Plaza de España which was used to showcase Spain's industry and technology exhibits.
  • Maria Luisa Park was one of the most beautiful that I have ever been in. So many fountains covered in picturesque Spanish tiles, lush green plants lining the dirt paths, and birds of all kinds chirping in joyful clamor. It was was of the highlights of my trip and there were really so many wonderful things to see and discover in the park. But...there were some things that I wish I could forgot I ever saw there. I'm not sure if it's culturally acceptable have exposed cocks (and I'm not talking about the bird) in Spanish parks, but I saw alot of them specifically at this location. God forbid that to be true, but that happened a handful of times during the hour and a half I spent with my friends in the park. So just a warning when visiting, if there's a man randomly standing in the flora, chances are he'll walk out of it indecently exposed or one may start pleasuring himself on a tree stump in front of you.
  • Maria Luisa Park has repeatedly been one of my favorite places to visit. Historically, much of the park was build to house the world's fair. It is a great way to get out of the heat and slow down. A wonderful way to spend a few hours in the shade relaxing.
  • It's full of green. It makes you happy so fast. You can buy icecreams with 3 euro. You can find 2 museums there and 4 cerveserias, places with beer. It is perfect to take pictures.
  • Beautiful party which has some areas that feel almost Japanese-esq. The pavilions and ponds are amazing and exotic
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