Seville Feria - Public Casetas

One of the casetas that is open to the public  © Fiona Flores Watson
One of the casetas that is open to the public © Fiona Flores Watson

Casetas at Seville Feria

The Feria has over 1,000 casetas (literally small house or hut), green or red-and-white striped tents of varying sizes arranged along 15 streets. Each caseta has its own name on the front, and belongs to a local family, group of friends, business, club, trade association or political party. 

The casetas are decorated like small houses, all different, with painted wooden tables and chairs, curtains, pictures on the wall, a bar serving food and drink, and toilets.There's a front part, with tables for eating, and dancing, while in the back part you can find the bar and toilets.

It is important to be aware that the Seville Feria is the most closed and exclusive of all Andalucian fairs: the majority of the casetas are private and open only to members and their guests.

Every day during Feria week, from midday until the small hours, members of the caseta meet there to eat, drink, dance and socialise from lunchtime until the small hours. Being able to welcome guests in your own caseta proves a certain status in Seville society. This is an essential event as a host, both in social and business terms - you can impress your friends, woo your intended, and strike a deal with a potential client or partner. Sevillanos are extremely generous, so if you're lucky enough to have an invitation to a private caseta, as a visitor you will probably be plied with drink and food.

Casetas open to the public

If not, you have other options: there are a number of public casetas - Fiesta Mayores, and one for each of six distritos municipales (municipal districts) of Seville. You can also enter the political parties' ones (PSOE, PP; the trades unions' (CCOO, UGT, USO); one called La Marimorena, which serves vegan food; and the new tourist one (below).

The Tourist Caseta is open to all comers, and you can even book a table. © Fiona Flores Watson
The Tourist Caseta is open to all comers, and you can even book a table.


The tourist caseta

Every year since 2017 (apart from the COVID-19 pandemic 2020-1, obviously), the city hall has distributed around 40,000 invitations to Seville's hotels, to let tourists know that there's a caseta at the Feria where they will be welcome. The address of the caseta is Pascual Marquez 225-229, at the furthest point from the main entrance, near Calle de Infierno funfair. It's also close to three free-entry public casetas. It doesn't say "Tourist Caseta" on the front, but "Welcome" in four languages, with the yellow "Sevilla" logo (see photo above).

A novelty from 2023 omwards is that you can book a table for a meal, which is a much sought-after feature normally available only to those who have their own casetas. Email [email protected] or call 609 985 876 for individual bookings, or [email protected] for group bookings. Payment for the meal has to be made in advance, to secure the booking. The catering, which is provided by Lonja del Barranco gourmet market, is fancier and more expensive than in other casetas.

This caseta is also public, but its purpose is firmly focussed on making tourists at the Fair feel welcome at what can be a huge and bewildering event. The caseta accommodates 400 people, so there is a  good ambiente, with plenty of locals as well as tourists. The tourist caseta also has live music, with bands playing after lunch, and before and after dinner.

Tours of the Feria

Another useful service for tourists is being able to book a guided tours of the Feria in advance. Organised by the Seville Tourist office with local official guides. Available 14th to 20th April 2024 at 13.30, 15.00 and 17.30 hrs. Book online on the Fibes (Seville City Office) website. You can select language preference; English or Spanish but the tour will be mainly in the language of the majority.

Plan of Seville feria ground

The Feria recinto (area) is large, with 15 streets lined with casetas – you need to have a map to hand to find your way around. Printed ones can be found at the information desks, with an index of casetas and their addresses; there are also apps.

Here is a plan of the Seville Feria for 2023 from Diario de Sevilla  with Caseta lookup tool

Here is a Google Map with all the casetas added and updated for 2024 by Alfonso Diaz Marin.

Here is a plan of the Seville Feria ground. It is in PDF format and downloadable from Google Docs. It is the official plan for 2019, changes from year to year are minimal.


List of Casetas open to the public

Área de Fiestas Mayores - C/ Costillares, 13

Caseta Turística - C/ Pascual Márquez, 225

La Marimorena, c/ Manolo Vazquez 31

Seville City Districts
Distrito Nervión- San Pablo
- C/ Costillares , 22
Distrito Casco Antiguo - C/ Antonio Bienvenida, 97
Distrito Triana-Los Remedios - C/ Pascual Márquez, 153
Distrito Este - C/ Pascual Márquez, 215
Distrito Cerro-Amate - C/ Costillares, 82
Distrito Macarena-Norte - C/ Pascual Márquez, 85 - 
Distrito Sur-Bellavista - C/ Ignacio Sánchez Mejías, 61

Political Parties
Partido Popular de Sevilla - C/ Pascual Márquez, 66
PSOE Andalucía - C/ Antonio Bienvenida, 79

Trade Unions
CC.OO. Sevilla - C/ Pascual Márquez, 81
UGT - C/ Antonio Bienvenida, 13
USO - C/ Curro Romero, 25


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