Plaza de Espana, is the biggest square in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands. The square is situated in the focal point of town, 1.4 km north of the Auditorio de Tenerife. This square is viewed as one of the "principle squares" of the island of Tenerife, together with the Plaza del Cristo de La Laguna in San Cristobal de La Laguna and the Plaza de la Patrona de Canarias in Candelaria. In the core of the city stands the considerable counterfeit lake wellspring, a work of Swiss draftsmen Herzog and de Meuron.
The Plaza de Espana is encompassed by the Palacio Insular de Tenerife, the Palacio de la Carta and the Plaza de la Candelaria. In the focal point of the square stands Monumento a los Caidos. The square was worked in 1929 on the notable Castillo de San Cristobal, a bastion for protecting the island of theft, presently there are just a couple of dividers of the first expanding in plain view in an underground passage under the square. As of late the square was revamped by the Swiss planners Herzog and de Meuron. It is one of the great place in Spain.