Monthly Archives: May 2018

The ideal destination for Incentives: Malaga

Malaga, located on the Costa del Sol (Sun Coast), is one of the best destinations for an Incentive Trip to Spain. This is not surprising at all – the name alone says a lot about the region. Malaga enjoys more than 2900 hours of sun per year- rainy days are quite rare! This is an […]

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Avila celebrates its Jubilee Year

In the central-western region of Castile-Leon, nestled into the Sierra Gredos Mountains, we find the World Heritage City of Avila. Within the ancient walls of this provincial capital there lie stunning churches and Renaissance palaces, evidence of the Avila’s historic importance and wealth. It is also the birthplace of Saint Teresa, which has left its […]

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City Portrait: Santander

Santander is the Cantabrian capital, a lively seaside city built upon the rocky Magdalena Peninsula. It boasts fine urban beaches, busy shopping streets, a hopping bar and restaurant scene, and some intriguing cultural attractions. This is enriched with the passage of the Way of Saint James pilgrimmage route to Santiago de Compostela and the neighboring […]

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The AVE: Connecting cities in Spain

Spain’s network of airports makes it easy to get around the country quickly, but for those who would rather avoid air travel without losing precious time, the AVE makes it possible. These high-speed trains travel at close to 200 miles per hour (310 km/h), so will get your group around the peninsula, quickly and comfortably. […]

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New in Madrid: the Norman Foster Foundation

As of June in Madrid, there will soon be yet another cultural attraction. To an offering that includes the famous Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museum, as well as a wide array of lesser-known centers for contemporary culture, collaborative creativity, and public art, we can add the Norman Foster Foundation. It’s an intriguing place that aims to […]

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