Amazonas is a modern, multipurpose space on the banks of the Guadalquivir River where glass and wood are the stars. This space is comprised of two areas that are specifically tailored to host events and meetings while guests take in breathtaking views of the river.
As its name suggests, Clandestino brings a secretive air to Seville, with this space making the perfect spot to hold a private event or small meeting thanks to its strategic location in Seville’s iconic Triana neighbourhood.
San Andrés Hall, which first opened its doors in 1925, was one of the city’s earliest cinemas. Today, however, the building houses a modern and fully equipped theatre whose most distinctive feature is its retractable seating, allowing the venue to be adapted to a whole range of events, with a maximum capacity of 375 people.
The Gold Workshop is an industrial space in the centre of Seville, providing ideal facilities for hosting events and presentations for up to 100 guests. This 19th-century building, the oldest workshop in Seville that is currently in use, is home to a team of craftsmen and women who are breathing new life into Andalusian goldwork, a trade that traces back over 1,000 years. A truly unique space in which art is in complete harmony with its industrial surroundings.
Located in the very heart of maritime Seville, the land of exploration. On the banks of the mighty Guadalquivir a new cutting-edge space is born, offering exclusive views of the river. A state-of-the-art space that takes us on a journey through time, giving us a glimpse of the future while remembering the past.
Atlantis Auditorium is a venue equipped with audiovisual tools and technology needed for setting an unique event adapted to every need: face-to-face, digital and hybrid events.
Almacen 19, an industrial venue in the Port of Seville, is an renovated warehouse to host events and bussines meetings with modern and unconventional character.
We present a new location in the heart of Seville. We propose a modern and avant-garde space to celebrate great events and acts found in Seville.