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Jardines de la Buhaira

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Avenida de la Buhaira, n.20, Seville Spain
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Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia23,414 contributions61,315 helpful votes
Jardines de la Buhaira looked more like a park rather than Gardens when we visited, but it may have had to do with the time we did. It is a fairly large area and has some interesting trees and plants. There are some fountains and seats for people to sit, but the grass is just as good too. The gardens was part of an old palace dating to the Moorish period. Worth a visit if you happen to be nearby.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ana wrote a review Jul 2019
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Jardin de la Buhaira is a beautiful place. You might think you are somewhere in Marrakesh, because it looks very excotic.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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LCPUSA wrote a review Mar 2019
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In the 12th century, the emir of Seville (I am sorry, if I use the wrong title), decided to, outside the city wall build a little summer castle and gardens, where plants from everywhere could be planted and acclimated. Good soil were brought from the Aljarafe (the agricultural outskirts of the city), and set in an area that became known as the Buhaira. The Buhaira Gardens are today a park with not as many trees as it once had, but it is still a pleasant area to stroll a little. There is there what is left of the old castle (where at night some plays are presented) and the old pool, where the water was kept for watering the plants. From the Carne Gate (where Santa Maria la Blanca is, or where the Murillo gardens end), it is a 15 minute leisure walk to get to the Buhaira gardens. Just go over or under the Firefighters bridge (Puente de los Bomberos) and continue straight up Eduardo Dato Street. You will see the Buhaira gardens on your right. There are many bars in front of it to have a coffee afterwards.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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jonathan m wrote a review Nov 2018
Dallas, Texas261 contributions88 helpful votes
A nice little playground and some open space for kids to play. If you are nearby and need to let the kids use some energy this is a good spot. I would not go out of the way to come here. There are better locations.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Nomadman411978 wrote a review Feb 2018
London, United Kingdom3,169 contributions371 helpful votes
Jardines de la Buhaira and the excellent Mudejar residence are interesting to visit. The old residence is a great example of the Mudejar style and you can go inside and see the the interior patio. The pleasant gardens were presumably a part of the property but are now separated by a busy road.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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