What you should know about Andalusia?

Andalusia, experience the real Spain

barcelona_001Andalusia, the second largest and southern-most region of Spain, is divided into 8 provinces: Huelva, Cádiz, Sevilla, Málaga, Córdoba, Jaén, Granada and Almería. It is the meeting point of two continents, Africa and Europe, as well as of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Leaseplan RTA Madrid-10Andalusia offers amazing frames for every kind of events.

The smell of orange blossom, the sound of a flamenco guitar, the flash of a matador’s cape; memories of Andalusia remain like collected souvenirs, begging you to return.

 Why is Andalusia the right destination?

barcelona_2Andalusia is culture, fiesta, gastronomy and excellent weather conditions during the whole year..

The smell of orange blossom, the sound of a flamenco guitar, the flash of a matador’s cape; memories of Andalusia remain like collected souvenirs, begging you to return.

Barcelona_003Andalusia has an important moorish history

The fascination of Andalusia arises from its distinctive history. For centuries the region stood on the frontier between two different faiths and ideologies; Christianity and Islam. That is why almost everywhere you look you find impressive historic buildings, castles and fortresses with baroque and moorish architecture.

Barcelona_002Andalusia is Spains cultural and artistic core.

Andalusia is also the birthplace of cultural traditions that come to mind when one thinks of Spain. Spectacular bullfights, colourful fiestas, passionate flamenco and delicious tapas such as cured ham, fresh fried fish and seafood make it hard not to lose yourself in andalusias authenticity.

BCN-ParcForum-4923Andalusia has the perfect climate and atmosphere..

With more than 320 days of sun a year and an annual average temperature of 18ºC this stretch of mediterranean coast is ideal for any kind of event. As the southernmost region of Europe it has mediterranean climate with dry, hot summers and mild winters. The high proportion of hours of sunshine marks the cheerful, friendly character of the region’s people. They gather outside to socialize, drink and eat.

Barcelona_web_18_GGAndalusia has a breathtaking landscape.

The mountainous, colourful landscape, hidden tracks and trails, beaches, deserts and salt flats, the grace and charm of Andalusia’s countryside… Whether you want to go hiking at the Caminito del Rey, famed as the «World’s Most Dangerous Hike», or skiing in the Sierra Nevada or just relax at the sandy beach, Andalusias contrasting landscapes will wrap you up in a world so special that you will never forget it.

Incentive Ideas in Barcelona

el xalet ggLunch at El Xalet on Montjuic

Located on the Mont Juic, “El Xalet» is an exceptional restaurant, which opened in 2004 and offers fantastic views over the city of Barcelona. El Xalet is well known for its cuisine, a fusion of Catalan cuisine with international influences (mainly Japanese). A special feature is the hall «Giratorio“ which takes the majority of the guests at tables on a slowly rotating platform space so that each and every guest that comes can enjoy the wonderful views while eating.

Castellers ggAfternoon: Teambuilding Activity «Feel like a Casteller»

After lunch we will take you to the open air Museum «Poble Espanyol» where an exciting Team Building activity is ready for you. Together as a team you build «Castells». Castells are human pyramids that are built in Catalonia traditionally at numerous festivals. The participants, called “Castellers” thereby climb respectively on the shoulders of their sub-people until a certain height is reached. As a group you are going to build such towers as well and learn as a team to trust each other.

600 - Moritz ggEvening: Drive a Fiat 600 in Barcelona enjoying a Tapas Tour

The fiat 600 was our limousine of the 60’s. Now we are launching it with the support of MORITZ Local Beer Brand. Can you imagine driving around Barcelona at night in one of these cars, with designated stops to enjoy the best tapas in town? Around the elegant Eixample area and the racy Raval Quartier. Have dinner at Moritz Factory & Restaurant and Velodromo Restaurant which was reopened in 2012 by Moritz and Carles Abellan, renowned chef with a Michelin star.

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