Cúpula Casino de la Exposición de Sevilla

The Exposition Casino was built as a home to Seville’s pavilion during the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, and is currently one of the most recognized cultural sites of the city.

Boasting a prime location, at the gates of Maria Luisa Park, with a recently paved surrounding area, the Club offers a large space covered by a neo-baroque style dome and extravagant décor consisting of marble columns, stained glass, and fresco murals which accommodates up to 1,100 guests.

This space has been the venue of choice for events held by the city of Seville and served as the headquarters for The Film Festival and Biannual Flamenco Festival among others.

Capacity: 1,100 people

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