Plaza de América Tours and Tickets
A beautiful Spanish square surrounded by palm trees and classic architecture, the Plaza de América is one of Seville’s most beautiful open air plazas. It was first constructed for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition and is today lined with several of the city’s top museums. The three palaces, each with a different architectural style, are worth seeing for their facades alone.
The plaza is a place to take a leisurely stroll or sit on a bench and admire the surroundings, but most will want to visit one or all of the excellent museums. The Royal Pavilion is a beautiful Neo-Gothic structure, while the Museum of Popular Arts showcases Neomudéjar style and the Archaeological Museum was built in Neo-Renaissance style.
Other highlights include two large roundabouts, colorful tile work throughout, and the famous white pigeons that can only be found in this part of the city. The plaza is often included in walking tours of Seville.
Tours and Tickets to Experience Plaza de América
- Seville Aquarium (Acuario de Sevilla)
- Maria Luisa Park
- Royal Tobacco Factory (Real Fábrica de Tabacos)
- Palace of San Telmo (Palacio de San Telmo)
- Torre del Oro
- Royal Alcázar of Seville (Real Alcázar de Sevilla)
- Santa Cruz
- Hospital de los Venerables
- Los Gallos Tablao Flamenco
- General Archive of the Indies (Archivo General de Indias)
- Seville Church of Santa Ana (Iglesia de Santa Ana)
- Casa de la Guitarra
- Barrio Santa Cruz
- The Giralda (El Giraldillo)
- El Arenal District