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Plaza de Espana in Seville (Spain)

60 minutes

Languages: Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese

About the tour

The plaza de España in Seville is a magnificent square with a decoration that combines Art Deco and Spanish Renaissance Revival, Spanish Baroque Revival and Neo-Mudéjar styles. Located at the Maria Luisa Park, this square was the dream of the visionary architect Aníbal González (1876 – 1929) who was tasked with the construction of this space to showcase a new conception of Spain after the loss of the American Empire (a combination of innovation and tradition) in the occasion of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.

The stunning views of the plaza contributed to make it a famous filming location, featuring in productions such as Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and the comedy The Dictator (2012).

After booking the tour for the entire group, you will receive a confirmation email. This email contains a unique link to the visit, that will be automatically activated at the time of the visit. You will be able to share this link with the remaining members of the group, so they can also connect to the tour. This link will only be active during the time of the visit.

Guided by Ana María Calderón
Ana María is an official guide in Andalusia. Historian by training, she also has an MPhil in Museology and Museography and an MPhil in Management of Cultural Projects. Ana María has over 14 years of experience guiding tours in Italy and in Andalusia.

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€60
with your family and friends
up to 10 people