Seville Gardens and Parks
Park Maria Luisa
This Park is amongst one of the most beautiful parks in Spain and was donated to the city in 1893 by the Infanta María Luisa de Orleans.
Dedicated to the Sevillian painter, declared recently like Good of Cultural Interest, with the category of Historical, since she is one of the landscaped zones of greater historical interest, artistic,landscaping and environmental Garden of Sevilla.
Created in 1.973, the park of the Princes is one more a sample of the natural wealth that lodges the city of Seville. In its landscape they emphasize the ample prairies and the affluent units of developed trees.
The Park of the Alamillo occupies 47 hectares of the North zone of the Island of the Cartuja. One is a great urban park, that recreates the natural landscape of the Mediterranean forest perfectly equipped to guarantee the comfort of its users.
Delicias de Arjona Park
At the moment declared Well of Cultural Interest, with the category of Historical Garden, it was one of the first parks public designed in the city at the beginning of century XIX. Is located between the Park of Maria Luisa and the Guadalquivir.
Declared like Either of Cultural Interest, one is made up of two differentiated zones or: The Garden of the Palace and the Historical Garden. This one park is característio to have the Ruins of the old Palace of the Buhaira.
El Prado park
The park of the Prado of San Sebastián is the last space turned garden in Seville. Right in the center of the city, the garden was inaugurated in 1997 and is formed by pools to which naranjos of great bearing lean, jacarandas and palms.
The Cristina arose within a city-planning program that tried to open the city beyond his walls with the creation in the South zone of bourgeois surroundings. Thus, an ample zone was had landscaped stroll.