In this post we will talk about the best activities to do in Seville outdoors. Seville is a city full of adventures, stories and charming places, yet it also offers parks and green areas.
Maria Luisa Park
The María Luisa Park or also known as the Palomas Park is the green area par excellence of Seville and the first urban park in the city.
The park was once royal gardens until in April 1944 the Infanta María Luisa Fernanda transferred them to Seville as an urban park. Different events and festivals are usually hosted in it.
You will find endless squares and completely green areas where you can play sports, walk …
El Parque del Alamillo is one of the largest urban parks in Seville, thanks to its expansion in 2013, currently having more than 120 hectares.
Ideal place to have a picnic day, go for a walk and that children can play in the leisure areas, eat inside in the different restaurants that there are or enjoy with your pet in the areas that are enabled for dogs.
Patio of the Maidens
It is true that on these occasions we will talk about a space that is inside a monument, but that as long as you live in Seville it is a place that you can visit.
We talked about the main and most acclaimed patio of the Real Alcázar of Seville. Its incredible decoration make this place a perfect setting for photographs or filming as has been done in the past.
It was the main courtyard of the palace built by King Don Pedro I of Castila, although it was buried until its discovery between 2002 and 2004, Its reflecting pond, sunken gardens and each of the tiles in this place are worth seeing and admiring.
If you are a history lover, the courtyards, lounges and gardens of the Real Alcázar of Seville guarantee it. It is a place where children can also enjoy.
The Plaza de América is located inside the Parque María Luisa
In it we will find cultural plans since in this place we have three very popular buildings in Seville designed by the architect Aníbal González himself, the same one who designed the Plaza de España in Seville for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. The buildings are currently the Archaeological Museum In front of this we find the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs, and finally the Royal Pavilion used today as city administration offices.
Monumental Free Tour
Our most complete guided tour of the city center of Seville with the classic tour of the main monuments, attractions and most important enclaves of Seville.
The tour is completely outdoors through the center of Seville, from outside the monuments, walking from Plaza Nueva with the town hall, to Plaza de España, one of the most beautiful spaces in Seville. Throughout the two-hour tour, we will visit the Cathedral and the Giralda of Seville, the Real Alcanzar and the General Archive of the Indies, a UNESCO triangle of humanity, then we will go to the Puerta de Jerez, and we will discover, the Torre del Oro, Puerto de Indias and the Alfonso XIII Hotel from the 1929 Ibero-American Expo and finally the Royal Tobacco Factory and the Plaza de España.
Free Tour Mysteries of Santa Cruz and Free Tour Legends of Triana
Both are the most popular Free Tours in Seville, the Santa Cruz neighborhood, the old Jewish quarter of Seville, completely pedestrianized, an area of the city full of charm and wonders of the old Jewish quarter of Seville. And of course our famous Triana, the girl from Seville, the rivalry between Seville and Esperanza de Triana, the potter and sailor neighborhood of Seville.
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