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The gardens are located in a area close to the cathedral.The huge tree was so beautiful.Maintenance of the gardens was not so well.There were pieces of broken bottles probably by some unrespectful people.
These gardens are part of a large park behind the Alcazar. They are beautiful, especially in the spring. In the summer, all is green, but not too colorful. There was some maintenance work going on when we visited, but it still provided for a lovely...More
This a a good resting place next to the historic quarter of Seville, with some of the oldest trees in town (500 years old) by the calle de aqua. One of the possible shortcut if you wish to avoid the maze of the Santa Cruz...More
We came across the Murillo gardens semi-incidentally, whilst following the wall of the Alcazar en route to the medieval Jewish quarter of the city. It was a hot, sunny day and we were hoping to find some temporary shade in the gardens.
Well, there were...More
After visiting the Seville Cathedral and Barrio Santa Cruz, we came by here fora short visit since the park is nearby.
It is a very big park and what attracted us was the Old Tree and those trees with lovely pinkish flowers. They looked so...More
This is a pleasant stretch of green at the back of the Alcazar and is well maintained and is well maintained and provides a good place to stroll and get some shade.It has a few interesting statues and things as well.