This 17th century house is located in the middle of Seville’s historic district. This venue is one of very few Sevillian palaces to have maintained its original Andalusian character and personality.
An historic building in the center of Seville, which was the former United States Pavilion of the 29th Universal Exposition in Seville.
This gorgeous mansion is nestled in the very center of Seville near its most famous monuments, with easy access via bus or car.
The biggest draw for this Sevillian Palace is that it is the only one with enough space to accommodate 360 people in a banquet setting, over 5,000 square meters of gardens and several spaces for smaller gatherings of about 20 people.
Located in Seville’s historic district, this venue can host any event in any season thanks in large part to a system which allows the outdoor terraces to be closed off and protected from the elements.
Located in the city’s historic district, this palace is a perfect example of typical Sevillian architecture in the 15th and 16th centuries.
This Sevillian palace is located right in the center of the city. From the main entrance, we gain access to a column-adorned patio featuring a charming fountain and delightful vegetation around the perimeter.