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

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.