62. María Luisa Park, Seville
The name of this “green spot” in Seville comes from the infanta María Luisa de Borbón,
ation the Andalusian gardens of the Generalife, the Alhambra and the Alcazars of Seville.
With many lovely and ample avenues, squares and ponds, this is an ideal place for a stroll or
horse carriage ride.
One of the most popular features of the park is its colony of white doves. They're very
friendly, and if you buy them some carob beans they'll probably fly towards you and eat
them from your hand (great fun for kids). The park is also home to ducks, swans and pea-
Image Credit: A quiet spot of the park. Image by Pauline Corbaux.
When It's Free