The Plaza de España was conceived by the architect Aníbal González as the flagship and largest building of the Ibero-American Exposition held in Seville in 1929.

In a semi-elliptical shape with a diameter of 170 meters, it symbolizes Spain’s embrace of its former American territories. In its ceramic benches are represented the 48 Spanish provinces, excluding Seville. It has a longitudinal pond crossed by four bridges where you can rent rowboats with a capacity of up to four people.

The Plaza de España has been the scene of such famous films as Lawrence of Arabia, The Wind and the Lion, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones or The Dictator.


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Distance from Tourist Apartment:
1,4 km / 18 min

How to get

If you are interested in visiting Seville, its monuments, festivals and tourist attractions and typical gastronomy, we encourage you to stay at RAL5021, our tourist apartment located in Triana, a few meters from the center.