Parking in Cádiz City Hall - Cádiz

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If you’re visiting Cádiz, you should not miss the opportunity to visit its City Hall. This building is the best example of the city’s civil architecture in its greatest period of historic and artistic splendour.



Cádiz City Hall was built in 1799 on the foundations of the previous city halls, in two different stages: the first, Neoclassical phase was begun in 1799 by Torcuato Benjumeda, and the second phase, the interior, is in the Isabelline style and was designed by García del Álamo in 1861. In 1936 the flag of Andalusia was raised for the first time.

The classical style façade covers three storeys and a clock tower. The ground floor has an arcade with Roman arches built in ostionera stone, and above it, the central part of the façade is made up of a large balcony supported by slim ionic columns that give the building a touch of elegance. It is topped by a triangular pediment decorated with a relief of ‘Hercules with the lion and pillars’ that gives the façade its stately appearance.

The city hall resembles the most important building of Ancient Greece, the Parthenon. The building is completed by a balustrade and a central tower that recreates the features of the previous city hall’s tower. It is also almost identical to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Lighthouse at Alexandria, as the top part of the building has a square base with a balustrade around it. The second floor is octagonal in shape and also has a small balustrade and pinnacles, while the third level has eight ionic columns that support a small, blue semi-spherical dome.

If you wish, you can use our Saba public car park at Cádiz Train Station, on Plaza de Sevilla.

Parking Saba in Cádiz

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Cádiz is a well-connected city that is easy to get around. If you want to explore the town and forget about your car, you’ll find Saba parking facilities at one of the key locations: next to the train station. Leave your car in the best car park and make the most of your time here.

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Cádiz has an endless number of place worth visiting. Walk around its charming streets, have a dip at the beach and eat at its best restaurants, but don’t waste time looking for a place to park your car. You have Saba parking right in the city centre.