Why choose Seville for your conference?
Seville has a remarkable southern business and service centre, not to mention over 10,000 4 and 5 star hotel beds distributed all over the city. Museums, arts centres, theme parks, cinemas, theatres, and banquet halls are only a few of the endless possibilities that a great city like Seville affords. The numerous terraces and bars are where the most deeply-rooted of all traditions of the city are carried out, the tapeo.
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There is a growing appetite in the conference and corporate meeting market for non-capital cities in Europe. Seville is growing substantially as a conference destination due to an increase in government funding, and as a result a growing and expanding portfolio of Direct International Flights, and improved air access overall. These improvements have drastically repositioned Seville on the MICE Map.
Seville has long offered fantastic conference spaces due to its impressive collection of historical medieval castles and architecture, and the mild and warm climates year round allow for the creative use of both outdoor and indoor venues spaces. Some of the primary selling points for Seville would have to be its ambience, medieval venue structures, tourist visitor sites, most recently its improved air access, and for the time being, its fantastic value for money.
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The visitor soon discovers the immense natural wealth of this region, it being the ideal setting for practising outdoor sports (golf, hiking, riding and cycling), therefore an ideal setting for incentive trips and group activities.
Built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is heir to a rich Arab legacy, as well as being a prosperous trading port with the Americas during the height of the Spanish Empire. Every street and square that makes up the historic quarter of the Andalusian capital bustles with activity and life. This area has an interesting collection of historic buildings, many of which have been declared World Heritage Sites, and it also contains colourful districts with great local flavour, such as Triana and La Macarena.
The monumental site formed by the Cathedral, Royal Fortresses and Archive of the Indies was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and it is s now the city’s emblem. The Gothic church, built on top of the Almohad Mosque of Seville is located among whitewashed houses in the district of Santa Cruz. Of the Arab legacy, the old minaret is preserved, which nowadays is the famous Giralda, as well as the Patio de los Naranjos (the Courtyard of the Orange Trees). Next to these, the Reales Alcázares (Royal Fortresses) are built on top of an Arab citadel from the 9th century, yet we owe the Mudéjar decoration to Pedro I the Cruel in the 14th century. The walls enclose numerous rooms, lavish halls, and intimate courtyards. Its spacious gardens, with Arabic and Renaissance elements frame the whole complex.
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