Plaza Espana in Seville

Most towns and cities in Spain have a Plaza Espana but you will not find another one quite like Seville’s. It’s another stunning part of this amazing city. Plaza Espana was Built in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition World's Fair to bring Portugal, The United States and most of the South American counties closer together. The exposition opened in May 1929 and closed in June 1930. Many of the original building from the exposition are still in the Plaza. For more information and a google interactive  map for directions from your current position see below.

 
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Getting to Seville

By Car Travelling by car is the best way. It takes around 2 hours from the Costa del Sol. Best place to park is Avineda de Kansas city, Seville next to the Santa Justa train station. You then have the option of train, bus or taxi into the city. It is paid parking but it saves driving into the city centre.

 

By Bus Buses leave Malaga, Avineda principal 8 times a day and takes around 3 hours

 

By Train Trains leave Malaga Maria Zambrano 11 times a day and takes 2:50 just under 3 hours.

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Parking

Seville is a large city and it's best to park on the outskirts. One of the best places to park is on Avineda de Kansas city. It's just off the A4 heading into Seville. From here there are good routes by bus, train and taxi into the city.

Opening times & prices

24 hour

 

Free

Address

 

Av de Isabel la Católica, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

 

The Plaza Espana has partial wheelchair access. Enough access to make this attraction worth going to. 

 

Tourist informatin office 954 78 75 78

 

Tourist information website http://www.andalucia.org/en/

 

The plaza is dog friendly.

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