Seville MICE experiences

Capital of the Andalusia region, Seville is one of the most charming cities of Spain, counting with more than 300 sunny days per year. The city is famous worldwide for its cultural, historical and artistic heritage. Indeed, it celebrates this year the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the Earth accomplished by Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastian Elcano, who started from Seville. The city also offers countless places and monuments such as its Gothic Cathedral, the third biggest in the world, or the Real Alcázar Palace and its beautiful gardens.

Garden of Alcazar courtesy and copyright @seville CVB

One of the main advantages in Seville is that you can do many visits and activities on foot; no (public) transport needed although there is a very good public network of Metro, Tram, Bus, Train and bikes to get around as well.

Besides the large touristic attraction, Seville constitutes in itself a solid and well known MICE destination in Spain. Its airport with more than 150 direct connections shows the accessibility of the city, as it is experiencing a 30% increase in flights each year. To meet this high demand, Seville’s airport has invested 66 million euros in its renovation, which has already started.

30 new hotels coming up in Seville in near future!

The city counts with more than 300 hotels with an unbeatable value for money. Many of the establishments feature convention or meeting centres, and they provide high-quality services. Here you can see the most important MICE Hotels. At the moment about 30 new hotels are under construction and to be opened in the next years.

The newest hotels are for example:

*Eurostars Torre Sevilla 5* (very modern and situated in a skyscraper):

*H10 Casa de la Plata 4* (with a Sevillian touch):


With almost 300 hundred unique and charming event/conference venues as palaces, haciendas, cortijos, modern buildings and historical monuments Seville counts with various types of meeting spaces which can offer a range of possibilities for the event organizer.

New opened are:

*Cartuja Center: 33.000 m2 of event space and counting with a state-of-the-art auditorium with more than 2000 seats that can turn around in 7 minutes leaving the auditorium without seats creating new possibilities.

*Muelle 21: a very high multidisciplinary space with the aim to organize any type of events, from institutional, corporate to individuals. This place can receive huge events until 1000 people for cocktails or other smaller events depending on the needs of the client.

*Hacienda  la  Soledad:  this former Olive Oil producer’s farm is now counting with 14 different meeting rooms and  offering a capacity for up until 10.000 people.

Hacienda – courtesy and copyright @SevilleCVB


*Tapas, olive oil and wine tastings: Seville also convinces with a lot of traditional bars and large restaurants where it is possible to do routes in between them on bike or by Segway. Devour is the perfect company that can organize something like this.

*Pastview: Route with smart glasses that travels the main points of the city centre in a trip to the past. At each stop called Virtual Recreation” historical characters will show the buildings, their customs, clothing etc.

*Visit a private Palace House: With an explanation of the owners of the building and offering some aperitifs on their terrace. Cenarte can organize this activity.

*Interactive hand — clapping class: Hand clapping (compás&palmas) is an activity that gives the chance to learn the accents and metrical structure of Flamenco, aspects that can sometimes be a bit complicated as every Flamenco style (and there are over 50!) are counting with a different clapping style. Museo del Baile Flamenco is offering Flamenco performances, a Museum and various kinds of activities.

*Theatrical visit of the Fine Arts Museum: ¨Conocer Sevilla¨ is a company specialized in the interpretation of the Heritage and culture and can offer taking you back in the past putting different actors in the Museum of Fine Arts and seeing the paintings in a more alive way.

El Museo – copyright and courtesy @Sevilla CVB

Möchten Sie mehr erfahren über Sevilla – dann kommen Sie am 18.9. zu einer Präsentation von Andalucia in Köln und am 19.9. in München – die Einladung gilt für alle Interessenten aus der meetingsindustry, eventprofs sowie Firmen, die an Zweigniederlassungen oder Investment Angeboten der Region interessiert sind!

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