The Jardines de Murillo (“Murillo Gardens”) in Seville, considered a Cultural Heritage Asset and Historical Heritage of Spain, are located in the beautiful Santa Cruz district. These gardens are, in turn, linked to the Paseo Catalina de Ribera, where there is a monument to Christopher Columbus. The paved walkways with fences link the five little squares, with fountains and tiled benches in them. Originally, the Jardines de Murillo were the gardens of the Royal Alcazar of Seville.
If you are a botany lover, you will love getting into these gardens, as there are more than fifty natural species. As you can imagine, the thick vegetation makes this large green area a cosy place that hides many legends and curiosities. You can peacefully go for a walk here and take lovely pictures.
In addition, if you are looking for an original plan to enjoy the Sevilian summer nights, go to the gardens of the Alcazar of Seville, where a series of evening concerts are held.
When in Seville, do not hesitate to stop by the Jardines de Murillo. Take a moment and let nature captivate you.
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