The Palacio Andaluz is a flamenco stage in Seville full of history and tradition. It is located at the old Cruzcampo pavilion of the 1992 Expo, in the Isla de la Cartuja, in a great and emblematic setting of Seville.
The building has an extraordinary location, near the historical centre of Seville. It is located in an well-connected area with wide avenues, and can be accessed quickly and comfortably from any point in the town.
Its interior holds the beauty of the old Sevillian singing cafés. It has several storeys and areas decorated with Andalusian style and details. The main room, loking like a café-theatre, is spacious and has a direct view of the stage, which allows you to enjoy the shows that take place every day in our flamenco stage to the fullest and in detail.
On the ground floor, called La Bodega Museo, the Museum of Flamenco and Andalusian Art can be found. It is a space that gathers costumes, photos and other elements of Andalusian identity such as the wine or equestrian art. In this exhibition there is also a recreation of a booth from the April Fair in Seville, with the details and its own garnishments.
It is the ideal place to enjoy a live flamenco show. It is held every day at 7 p.m. During the show, which lasts an hour and a half, you can taste an excellent a la carte dinner or some tapas, with dishes of new Andalusian cuisine, or have a good drink.