With Expo’92 there is a change in the concept of city and its urban design. Until this date the river was only visible in the part of Triana and Betis street. In 1992, for the Universal Exposition, the dock was extended to the North of the city, conquering new spaces for leisure and bringing the entire historic center of the city closer to the river. From this moment the city would look at the river thanks to new accesses, bridges and the adaptation of numerous walks, gardens, parks and lanes for the use of the bicycle. The result is a Guadalquivir that structures the entire city and offers spaces for respite and tranqulity in which to connect with nature in the vicinity of the historic center.
Do you want to make our route Parques de Sevilla by bike? In it, you will be able to learn more about the Guadalquivir River, the Expo 92 and the new river spaces through a beautiful and natural network of bike paths.