Stop at Alameda de Hércules


Stop at Alameda de Hércules

This is an important alameda or public garden found in the historic centre of Seville, and due to its age (1574) it is considered the oldest public garden in Spain and Europe. The large garden of the Alameda de Hércules is the most extensive of the public spaces located within the old part of the city. It is found at the northern end of the walled city, close to the Guadalquivir River on one side and close to the Macarena district on the other.

Did you know? It is named after the two large columns that serve as a portico to the entrance to the square. These columns come from a 2nd century Roman temple that was discovered in Calle Mármoles.

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Just one ticket (valid for 2 days in a row) offers you the chance to enjoy Seville, hopping on and off the bus as often as you like. 

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