The Andalusian capital, Seville, has hosted two international exhibitions: the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and the Universal Exposition of 1992. In this guided tour, we will focus on the first one, which was a failure economically speaking but which left the city decked out in splendor as never before.
For this exhibition, each of the invited countries built a pavilion that would remember the culture of their nation. Thanks to this, the city, in addition to its expansion towards the south side, gained in architectural wealth. Thanks to this exhibition Seville now has, to name a few, the Plaza de España, the Plaza de América, the marvelous pavilion of Colombia (now the country’s consulate) and the pavilion of Argentina and Brazil, today connected to the University of Seville.[readmore] We will walk for about 2 and a half hours, seeing all the places associated with the Ibero.American Exposition of 1929. You will be able to enjoy one of the lungs of Seville.
Languages: Spanish, English, French and Italian
A minimum of 2 people are required for this tour