We’ll visit the city’s most famous park, a half a mile paradisiacal green space to the South of the city.
Inside, we’ll find small squares, fountains and historical monuments. In the centre of the park, there´s the Spanish Square (Plaza de España), the largest example of regional Andalusian architecture. It was built based on the design by Aníbal González as the main building of the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929. The benches around the square represent all Spanish provinces on beautiful tiles and on the walls rest the busts of famous Spaniards.