Palacio de Congresos de Córdoba
Welcome to the Palacio de Congresos de Córdoba!
Located in the heart of the historic center of Córdoba and directly in front of the Mosque-Cathedral, the building was built by architect Hernán Ruiz from 1512 to 1516. The building served as a hospital from the time it was built until 1724 and later was acquired by the Córdoba Provincial Council to ultimately turn it into a conference center in 1980.
The building is representative of the humanist Gothic style of Córdoba, as you can see on its facade. The Renaissance influence on the building shows in its Cloister and chapel, which both served the hospital in addition to the convention space today.
The building has eight meeting rooms and two open-air patios. The rooms range from 18-person to 700-person capacities. Learn more about the Palacio de Congresos de Córdoba on the website.
The Palacio de Congresos is located in Córdoba, Spain, and has a rich background influenced by Roman settlements, Visigoths, and Muslim culture. Learn more about Córdoba here.