The magnificent Spanish Hall was built by Rudolf II from 1602 to 1606 to store his art collection. The largest ceremonial space at Prague Castle measures 47 m by 24 m, and its richly stuccoed ceiling is 13 m high. It is located above the former stables where the emperor kept horses of a rare Spanish breed – hence the name of the hall.
The hall is not open to the public – it’s used primarily for ceremonial functions, large presidential receptions, and concerts. It is ideal for important company Events, gala dinners or award ceremonies.
Spanish hall is very specific with its rules and conditions, we recommend a consultation with a professional event agency.
A photo gallery from our event at Spanish hall:
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