It is surely one of the most beautiful squares in the world! Do not miss it! You will prbably watch a Flamenco-dancer under the main part of the building. Be awre of pick-pockets and gipsies, as you should in any crowded place in Spain.
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Plaza espana is something special, I loved every single minute spent there. You can lead a boat through the canal, see people dancing flamenco or just admiring the colours of the bulding. Together with the Alcazar of Sevile and Al Alhambra of Granada indeed the...More
Explore and find out, it is easy and people very pleasant although English is not widely spoken. Go and visit the Jewish neighborhood for great tapa,s @salgorda or take a coffee @ hotel Alphonso XIII
Such a beautiful building with an incredible historical story behind it. Originally built for a (failed) expo in 1929 to bring revenue into Spain, each feature represents something about Spain at the time. Definitely a must-see when in Seville.
Whilst built for the Iberoamerican expo in the early 20th century and definitely beautiful, it's completely devoid of character and purpose so is a rather soulless place to visit. Do all the other main sights first!
A good place for a stroll around, particularly if you like tilework. There is nothing to see apart from the place itself but it is such a wonderful piece of architecture that is ticks all the boxes.
I was simply impressed and astonished with the architecture layout the moment i stepped foot there. The place is always filled with lots of people so, if you love to take pictures with nobody in it except you, it is a bit too challenging. In...More