Instead of walking the hot traffic streets on the way to plaza espana walk through this lovely park.
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Just wandered into this garden when we first got to Seville. The trees are amazing. So large, you just had to have your picture taken with them. Nice paths and orange trees as well. Very nice place.
Relax here after Alcazar or Jewish quarter walk. Lovely paths, benches, nice breezy places. This wasn't our destination but getting 'lost" in this area was a pleasure. Head for the trees when you see them beyond teh hot squares near cathedral and Alcazar.
These well maintained gardens are close to the other beautiful gardens of the real alccazar and are also quite beautiful.
We spent a good hour or so wandering around these gardens and they are wonderful. They're so classy and well-kept it is a credit to the city and they are very beautiful indeed. There are water features which add to the grandeur and some of...More
... brought us to this park pass our restaurant reservation, an alley and few plazas to get here beside our 'car park.' Oldest tree, original city walls, gates to Jewish quarter and roman remains ... ... a bit of everything and a lot of lovely...More
Located in the historic center of Seville next to Alcazar, the gardens are dedicated to an artist of the same name. The extensive gardens have beautiful tree lined walks, fountains and benches to relax if you are tired and are also home to the Christopher...More
One of the best parts of our visit to the Barrio Santa Cruz area was a quick stroll through the Jardines de Murillo. The foliage is lovely, and they have unique features like the world's largest ficus and beautiful blooming jacaranda trees. You'll also see...More
Not very big, but certainly a pleasant stroll in the sunshine. Mainly trees and shrubs but some flowers. Children's playground at the northern end. Very close to the Alcazar and other sights.
If your into gardens, fresh air, walking, birds or just enjoy the peace of a stunning garden you mustn't miss this place. After wondering around these free gardens for at least an hour or more head to the Plaza De Espana at the top end...More