Muelle de Nueva York (New York Dock)
It is a beautiful walk on the banks of the old riverbed of the Guadalquivir. It was built in 1905; his name recalls that from here the ships sailed off course to the United States.
The walk is located on the “Paseo de las Delicias” and accompanies him to about 700 meters in length. The traces of the original tracks on which the carts cleared the goods coming from the United States are still visible. When the Duke of Montpensier still resided in the San Telmo Palace, there existed a tunnel on this Paseo that connected the San Telmo Palace with the dock to allow the Duke to sail more conveniently towards Sanlúcar de Barrameda. There he also owned a palace.
The “Muelle de Nueva York” has been reclaimed after several decades for the enjoyment of citizens and visitors of the city. It is now a large garden where you can stroll or visit the various bars and terraces, with flowerbeds, a pergola and two walkways overlooking the river.
Location: Paseo de las Delicias, 41001 Seville
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