A Trip to Spain in November 2016 highlighted some incredible Incentive Programme Options across three very different cities.
Madrid was first and steeped in history with a blend of modern too, undoubtedly one of the major world cities it has rightfully has earned its place amongst the greats. A visit to the home of Real Madrid was a standout highlight, a proper cathedral of world football; the museum was phenomenal and very interactive. The restaurants are comparable with the best in the world with at the top end modern twists on traditional Spanish cuisine, as well as good wholesome Spanish classics available in a more casual environment.
Seville a smaller but very historic city which has an amazing impressive cathedral dominating the town centre and an impressive tour of the Palace which is the official residence of the Spanish King when in Seville, fortunately for us he was not in residence so we enjoyed a relaxed tour taking in the artwork and incredible gardens. A river cruise with a 12 course tasting menu in a restaurant overlooking the river was absolutely incredible and a culinary occasion to be remembered fondly.
Seville Cathedral from a six floor rooftop terrace
Royal Palace in Seville
Hanging tapestries in the Royal Palace
Barcelona with the awe inspiring La Sagrada Familia church, the bustling port, Las Ramblas street which has incredible shopping, the art galleries and museums and the Gothic Quarter all make this one of my favorites’ a cosmopolitan but passionately Catalan city.
Santiago Bernabeau home of Real Madrid capacity 81000
Las Ramblas Street in Barcelona