Seville, located at the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula, is the capital of Andalusia and one of the most populated cities in Spanish territory. It still retains the authentic characteristics of its ancient Arab settlers in its buildings and monuments, and boasts the largest old town in Spain.
The Guadalquivir River, the museums and parks, the traditional tapas and cocktail bars move to the beat of flamenco music, which hints at the passionate and cheerful spirit of Seville.
Walking through the streets of Triana, touring the monuments of the Santa Cruz neighborhood, or taking a walk through the María Luisa park are the best way to connect with their most deeply-rooted traditions, understand their daily folklore and get acquainted with the Andalusian energy.
In the months of March and April the two most important festivities of the city take place: the Easter Week, and the Feria de Abril, a party that dresses the city of booths, flamenco dancing and live music, and where the essence of Seville is breathed in all its splendor.
When you visit Seville you will find numerous accommodation options both in the historic center and in some of its most emblematic neighborhoods.
Seville’s assets are a well-equipped meeting and conference city that does not end, by any means, with its monuments, culture and leisure.
The City is very well connected with International flights and AVE Speed train in Spain with other large cities of Spain like Madrid, Cordoba and Malaga, Jerez is one hour drive where we can discover all those beautifull sherry bodegas and the Andalusian Horse with a fantastic show.
Seville is actually a very authentic City with a very spanish spirit and can hold large events, congress and Conference of up to 2000 pax and can also be a great destination for your incentive group with lots of different activities and culture.