This garden was donated to Seville in 1893 by Infanta María Luisa Fernanda de Borbón, Duchess of Montpensier. It was the private garden of the Palace of San Telmo and was opened to the public in 1914. Thanks to this park, the city of Seville breathes fresh air, which makes this a very important green area for the city. Maria Luisa park makes up an area of 40 hectares, and you'll see that 'Monte Gurugú' is in the centre of the park with the 'Fuente de Los Leones' (Fountain of the Lions), the 'Isleta de los Patos' (Islet of Ducks) and the 'Estanque de los Lotos' (Water-lily Pool). Don't miss this little gem in which you can lose yourself during summer and winter, and in which you will see reminiscences of the Renaissance and of Al-Andalus. You can visit the park every day from 8am to 10pm.
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