It should be noted that the Ibero-American Exhibition took place from May 9, 1929 to June 21, 1930 in the city of Seville.
23 Ibero-American countries participated, as well as Portugal and the United States.
In 1911, Aníbal González won the Project Competition for the American Exhibition with a historicist programme.
The Plaza de América and the Plaza de España themselves demonstrate the greatness and genius of Aníbal González; a leading figure in regionalist architecture in Seville, he was director of the Ibero-American exhibition from 1911 to 1926.
Together, we will travel through time and the world passing for the pabellons of Mexico, Brazil or the United States to Argentina and passing for the Maria Luisa Park and ending up on the incredible Spanish Square.
– Our tourist itinerary on the Ibero-American Exhibition is one of the most complete in Seville.
– BONUS: We finish the visit in Plaza del Triunfo to leave you in the historical centre of Seville.
During the visit, which lasts about 2 hours, we will of course see and discover:
Our historical adventure will start in front of El Costurero de la Reina, an 18-metre high castle-shaped building located next to the Maria Luisa Park in Seville, which is a perfect symbol to start our visit. El Costurero de la Reina was originally a residence for the Reina María de las Mercedes, but for the record before your visit know that the Queen has never sewn or live inside the building!
Visits are available all year round. In summer it is best of course in the morning or at the end of the day for high temperatures. It is recommended to wear comfortable walking shoes, carry water with you, as this excursion includes a moderate amount of walking time.
We recommend consulting the city map a few hours before the visit to make sure you locate the rendezvous point and be present at the meeting point 10/15 minutes before the scheduled time.
NOTE: IF WE PICK YOU UP AT YOUR HOTEL, WE WILL MEET DIRECTLY ON THE DAY OF YOUR VISIT AND AT THE AGREED TIME AT YOUR HOTEL RECEPTION.