Palace houses in Seville

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Casa Palacio 29

Casa Palacio 29

Seville

An historic building in the center of Seville, which was the former United States Pavilion of the 29th Universal Exposition in Seville.

Casa Palacio Fidelio

Seville

Construida en el año 1889, esta finca fue habitada en el siglo XIX por los Condes de Aguiar. Actualmente es una propiedad privada y está destinada a la celebración de eventos sociales y profesionales.

L’Orangerie de Seville

L’Orangerie de Seville

Seville

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 (in a glass room), over 5,000 square meters of gardens (orange and lemon trees and over 75 palm trees) and several spaces for smaller gatherings of about 20 people; as if that weren’t enough, this amazing space is very close to Seville’s City Center.

Casa Palacio Fígaro

Casa Palacio Fígaro

Seville

Located in the city’s historic district, this palace is a perfect example of typical Sevillian architecture in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is simply a wonder of Mudejar plasterwork, gothic railing, renaissance detailing, roman artifacts, and works of art spread across two floors.

Secret Garden House

Secret Garden House

Seville

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. The house is made up interconnected rooms, a beautiful walkway, arcade patio with pink marble columns, and a majestic staircase.

Casa Palacio Barbero de Sevilla

Casa Palacio Barbero de Sevilla

Seville

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.

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