Andalusia - tourist attractions (page 5)

markerA Maria Luisa Park The Maria Luisa Park ( Parque de María Luisa ) is a public park that stretches along the Guadalquivir River in Seville, Spain. It is Seville's principal green area. Most of the grounds that were used for the park were formerly the gardens of the Palace of San Telmo. They were donated to the city of ... Maria Luisa Park - photo
markerB Isla Mágica Isla Mágica (Magic Island) is a theme park in Seville, Spain. The park was constructed on the former grounds of the Expo '92 World's Fair in Seville and opened in 1997. It features a large lake and many other attractions including roller coasters and various other types of rides as well as both live... Isla Mágica - photo
markerC The Palace of the Chancellery in Granada The Palace of the Chancellery is a building in the Plaza Nueva in Granada. It was built by king of Spain Charles I between 1531 and 1587 to house the Royal Chancery of Granada. It now houses the headquarters of the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia. It was also declared a building of cultural i... The Palace of the Chancellery in Granada - photo
markerD Royal Chapel of Granada The Royal Chapel of Granada (Spanish: Capilla Real de Granada) is a mausoleum located in the city of Granada in Andalusia, southern Spain. The mausoleum houses the remains of the Catholic Monarchs (Spanish: Los Reyes Católicos ). There are relics, portraits, tapestries, ornaments, Baroque sculptures... Royal Chapel of Granada - photo
markerE Church of Santa Ana in Granada The Church of San Gil and Santa Ana, known as the Church of Santa Ana in Granada is part of all the interesting Mudejar churches of the city. It is situated along the banks of the Darro on the large space dominated by the Plaza Nueva, next to the Royal Chancery, at the foot of the Alhambra. It w... Church of Santa Ana in Granada - photo
markerF Town Hall of Granada The Town Hall of Granada is the institution responsible for governing the city of Granada, Spain. It is chaired by the mayor of Granada, who since 1979 is democratically elected by general election. Town Hall of Granada - photo
markerG Roman bridge of Córdoba The Roman bridge of Córdoba is a bridge in Córdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain, built in the early 1st century BC across the Guadalquivir river. It is included in the small preserved area known as Sotos de la Albolafia. The bridge was built by the Romans in the early 1st century BC, perhaps replacing... Roman bridge of Córdoba - photo
markerH Casa de los Tiros Name Casa de los Tiros comes from the muskets (tiros) located between the battlements. It follows the model of the tower house which appeared in the north of Spain as residence of the warlike nobility. Because of this, it has the appearance of a fortress, hidden by the covering of the battlements an... Casa de los Tiros - photo
markerI Granada railway station Granada railway station till twentieth century was the only station within the city of Granada. The building is from early twentieth century. The undertaken reforms have mainly influenced it's interior. Its size is small compared with other stations. Together with tracks has a much more considerabl... Granada railway station - photo
markerJ Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos (Spanish for "Alcázar of the Christian Monarchs"), also known as the Alcázar of Córdoba, is a medieval Alcázar located in Córdoba, Spain next to the Guadalquivir River and near the Grand Mosque. The Alcázar takes its name from the Arabic word القصر ( Al-Qasr, mean... Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos - photo

Andalusia - Tourist attractions