Pulsating southern city, offering an undiluted Spanish experience. Weather, flight connection, food, culture, activities and flamenco all make Seville a fantastic meeting & incentive event destination.


Under an eternal sun, Seville offers a uniquely Spanish experience with bustling streets, historic monuments and the best Flamenco in Spain. A regional centre, Seville is unspoilt by mass tourism, positioned on the banks of the Guadalquivir.

An inland port located between the Atlantic Ocean and the mountains, Seville offers water & adrenalin sports across the region. Dining options are extensive, whilst the nightlife is superb.


Facts & figures

  • Population: 690 000
  • January ave. temp. 17°C
  • September ave. temp. 23°C

Airport transfers

  • Seville Airport | 8 miles
  • Málaga Airport | 139 miles


  • Flamenco
  • Dining
  • Museums
  • Historic palaces


  • Stand Up Paddling
  • Beach sports
  • Canyoning
  • White water rafting


Predominantly low-rise and stretching along the banks of the Guadalquivir river, Seville is a joy to explore on foot. There are narrow labyrinths bordering open squares throughout the city. Orange trees offer natural shade from the eternally sunny skies, whilst the architectural marvel, ‘Las setas’ offers guests the chance to rise above city and view the region from a remarkable vantage point.

At night, Seville is alive with activity, with the streets packed with shoppers and revellers. Restaurants are plentiful, with value for money particularly good in Seville.

The riverside area of the city contains waterfront promenades and bar & restaurant terraces, from which to gaze over the water. River traffic includes cruise ships and site-seeing boats, whilst many Seville lcoals take to the water on boards, kayaks or rowing boats. Set back slightly from the river is the Plaza de España, an open square with grand buildings and canals.

A short walk away is the Royal Alcázar of Seville, a stunning Moorish Royal Palace with intricate mosaics and fountains.


Flamenco dancers on stage in Malaga, Spain.


Enjoy a night of the best Flamenco in Spain, in one of Seville's superb venues.

People taking kayak boats into the water

beach sports

Take to the waters of the Atlantic, south of Seville for a range of water sports.

Person jumping down a waterfall during a canyoning event.


Descend the river bed and waterfalls of a canyon near Seville.


Unscathed by the effects of mass tourism, Seville retains a uniquely Spanish feel and its cuisine maintains a wonderful authenticity and presence. Located between the ocean and the mountains, Sevillian cuisine takes both pork and seafood as core ingredients.

Tapas is hugely popular and can be found in specialist restaurants, as well as many of the city bars. Tapas is often taken standing, whilst many residents of Seville don’t consider dining before dark.

The selection of Sevillian restaurants is huge and cuisine is a great cultural expression in the city. Prices tend to be very reasonable across the city. There are organised culinary tours which offer event groups a great way to explore the local cuisine.

As well as dining in the heart of the city, there are a number of farms on the outskirts of the city which can host large groups in wonderful, spacious venues, with extensive gardens and entertainment areas.


Seville is famed for its nightlife with the streets teeming with activity into the night. As a general rule, Sevillians don’t tend to venture out until later in the evening but are also known to mingle with early morning commuters at day-break.

Tapas is often served with drinks to roll 2 activities into 1, whilst clubs open until late.

As well as the city centre bars and clubs, the promenade along the river offers a range of waterfront bars and restaurant terraces that provide great views and a sense of space over the water. These venues are ideal for events and are in the conference district.

Rooftop bars are also a wonderful feature of Seville with fresh air and views across the city skyline.


The Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre is located in the north of the city and offers extensive, modular space for meetings and exhibitions. With 3 exhibition spaces of 7200m² and auditoriums with capacities of over 1000 people, the centre is one of the leading conference venues in the south of Spain.

Spaces are modular with a variety of meeting needs easily catered for, whilst there is the full range of professional meeting and exhibition services available.

With its international airport connections and its location on the Spanish, high-speed rail network, Seville is a regional hub for meetings and exhibitions. As well as the extensive conference and exhibition centre in Seville, there are numerous modern and historic venues across the city to consider.

These spaces are capable of hosting meeting events and exhibitions, in both hotels and visitor venues.


There is Flamenco and then there is Seville Flamenco. One is authentic, the other a theme park type recreation. Seville Flamenco is an absolutely not to be missed experience.


Under dimmed lights, the deadly, audience silence is broken as a story is enacted through song and dance. Real Seville Flamenco is a truly absorbing and extraordinary experience.

  • Flamenco dancers on stage in Malaga, Spain.

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