Seville, an ideal place for holding corporate events 2017-05-12T11:21:55+00:00

Seville, an ideal place for holding corporate events

Andalusia, and Seville in particular, offer a truly unique beauty thanks to its great climate, its people and its infrastructures, which are perfect for all types of events. Everything from social events, such as the world-famous Feria de Abril, to corporate events.

Seville is for many people the most special city in Andalusia, as its atmosphere and architecture epitomise the essence of Spanish tradition and Andalusian life.
It’s a must-visit destination thanks to mythical neighbourhoods, such as Santa Cruz and Triana, and architectural wonders, such as the Giralda and the Cathedral, the third largest in the world and, deservedly, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

But its buildings and sights are not its only attraction. In terms of infrastructures for holding corporate events, on both a national and international level, Seville boasts a wealth of facilities for meetings of this type, many of them created for the 1992 International Expo. One particular highlight is the Seville Congress and Exhibition Centre (aka FIBES), which plays host to trade fairs, shows and all kinds of major events, from conventions to graduation ceremonies or congresses.

Seville is one of the most interesting destinations for your incentive travel, a cultural melting pot blessed with good weather all year round. What’s more, its title as the capital of Andalusia means it has great links with the rest of Spain and several European countries.

It’s an ideal city to share experiences, leisure and knowledge. Here, human relationships flourish, the colour of the city and its people captivate you, and you learn how to look at reality from new perspectives. This is all very useful for MICE events, because an environment like this boosts the potential of team-building processes, which in turn will have a positive impact on your company.

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