Cáceres Conference Centre
Cáceres is a monumental city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. Two city types coexist in a unique urban landscape: the modern, peaceful one, and the walled historic quarter.
The Conference Centre, opened in March 2011, has a main auditorium and several exhibition spaces distributed over 22,600 square metres, making it the largest covered stage infrastructure in Extremadura.
A landmark building
The work of architect José Manuel Jaureguibeitia, Cáceres Conference Centre is a building of open, functional spaces distributed over three levels. The original auditorium was remodelled, enlarged and converted into the present-day conference centre, covering a surface area of 22,600 square metres.
A unique space
Opened on 11 March 2011, it is a major work of stage infrastructure consisting of a main auditorium, several conference rooms and an outside landscaped area, the ideal venue for staging conferences, seminars, large musical performances, symphonic concerts or trade fairs. Its exterior courtyard is presided over by “La Danza” (the Dance), a sculpture by Miguel Sansón, six metres high and five wide, made of cut, moulded and welded iron.