Seville, bathed by the mythical waters of the river Guadalquivir, has long been the inspiration of writers and composers alike. It is hardly surprising. Few cities in the world are as beautiful as the capital of Andalusia. Its art, landscapes, architecture, light, colour and people combine to create a singular, magical place; quite unlike any other. Wander the narrow streets of Santa Cruz, enjoy the beautiful Moorish architecture and bask in the beautiful light of the city. Can you smell the faint aroma of cigars in the air?


The average annual temperature is 20C (68F). Winters are mild and summers tend towards hot! Spring and autumn are particularly wonderful seasons to visit.

GETTING THERE: Siviglia, Plaza de espana - Spagna

Seville is served by Ryanair from Stansted and Gatwick, and by Easyjet from Gatwick.


The beautiful Alfonso XIII Hotel is the cream of the crop and there is a further, wide selection of both traditional and modern hotels.


Seville is home to a wide range of local national and international restaurants. However, the real taste of Andalusia is to be found in the city’s tapas bars.


The city regenerated its Meetings and Conference infrastructure for 1992, when it hosted the International Exhibition. The largest meeting space in the city is the FIBES, Congress and Exhibitions Palace.

Los Baños de Doña María de PadillaFACTOR 3 SAYS

Seville is everything that we like to associate with Spain; the source of perceived Spanishness – tapas, horses, flamenco, bulls and sun. Great weather and exotic surroundings make it perfect for unusual incentives and smaller meetings.