Cultural incentive travel Seville
Cultural incentives in Seville
Cultural incentive trips are a motivation tool used by all sort of businesses to acknowledge and reward their members of staff. They also help to create a sense of belonging to the company and are great to promote lasting bonds between the staff members, managers, and business owners.
In DMC in Seville, we are skilled in creating cultural incentives in Seville. Our bespoke itineraries, tailor-made for each one of our clients, will permit you to discover the very best Seville has to offer. Nowadays, business travellers want to connect with the locations they visit in a more meaningful way – this is why cultural incentives are increasing in popularity.
Seville is a rich city, that offers a vast variety of cultural activities to select from, regardless of what your interests are. Experience an unforgettable cultural incentive travel in Seville.
UNESCO Heritage in Seville
Seville is, undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. This baggage was backed and awarded with three UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1987.
The Royal Alcázars of Seville is a Royal Palace built for a Christian King over the former Muslim residential fortress. It a fine example of Mudejar architecture, although it also features Gothic, Renaissance and Romanesque architectural details. Famous due to its rich decoration and its tiles, there are other magnificent areas worth visiting including many courtyards, halls and gardens.
Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic church in the world; therefore, it is also one of the biggest churches in the world. This Cathedral presents a unique feature, the Giralda, the bell tower that is as famous -if not more, than the Cathedral itself.
The Archivo General de Indias is located in the ancient merchants’ exchange an outstanding building constructed according to the Renaissance architecture. It consists of the repository of documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and the Philippines.
An ideal location to start cultural group incentives in Seville!
Local culture of Seville
Besides the above-mentioned UNESCO Sites, the city has a cultural identity of its own, which is the perfect scenario for a Seville cultural incentive travel. One of its most known features is its impressive architecture, that can be appreciated throughout the city, including the famous Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park, or the Torre del Oro.
The most popular neighbourhood in Sevilla, Triana, is filled with typical houses and a picturesque atmosphere, being also one of the cradles of Flamenco.
Seville is the birthplace of many notable people, including painters Velázquez and Murillo, poets Bécquer and Vicente Aleixandre (Nobel Laureate), and many singers, bullfighters and footballers.
The outskirts of the city host the Roman City of Italica, where an impressive antitheater can be visited.
The city of Seville and its surroundings appears many times in TV and cinema, including Game of Thrones, Mission: Impossible 2, Assassin’s Creed, Star Wars or Lawrence of Arabia.
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Museums in Seville
The most important art collection of Seville is the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, holding many masterworks by Murillo, Pacheco, and Zurbarán. But there are other museums worth visiting, including:
- Archaeological Museum
- Velázquez Centre
- Andalusian Contemporary Art Centre
- Flamenco Art Museum
- Bullfighting Museum
- Palace of the Countess of Lebrija
- Antiquarium in Metropol Parasol
Gastronomy in Seville
Gastronomy in Seville is predominately Mediterranean, with tapas being served in many places. Fried and grilled seafood along with meat and a wide variety of desserts are included amongst the most demanded food in Seville.
Seville Oranges are nor eaten neither known in Spain -despite of being very famous in the UK. Instead, they are used for aromatherapy and herbal medicine. Lately, they are also being used to generate clean electricity.