Incentive Programs – Meetings – Sport events – Themed and Cultural Events Programs
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Epi C78 – Council Meeting in Barcelona Spain’s second largest and definitely most cosmopolitan city, and one of the Mediterranean’s busiest ports. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, which is an autonomous community of Spain with its own language – Catalan, and it’s own culture and character.
Barcelona is a dynamic, open Mediterranean city. It’s the perfect city to relax, stroll around and enjoy its unique way of life.
Barcelona offers so much to the cultural visitor, there is so much to see, something new and interesting awaits around every corner:
– Gothic architecture, the famous Las Ramblas avenue, Gaudi’s Güel Parc and the unfinished La Sagrada Cathedral, the old Raval quarter, La Ribera and La Barceloneta, a beachside ravel of corridor style streets where you can find some fantastic local restaurants and bars.
Dates of the event: 24 – 26 April 2015
Hotel: Meliã – Sarrià Barcelona / Derby Hotel / Grand Derby Hotel
Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonia Plain meets the Balkans.
Belgrade gradually grew from an oriental town into a modern metropolis. You can explore city for underground, or from air or just simply walk down the streets of White city.
The citizens of Belgrade like being in motion and therefore the streets, walkways, cafes and restaurants are always filled with people. Belgrade has a reputation for its nightlife, and with good reason. Unlike in other parts of Europe, there is no day of the week in Belgrade when you cannot have a night out.
Serbs never go out before midnight to nightclubs, so your evening should start in one of the trendy bars or restaurants!
“Dat hellije Coellen” (Holy Cologne) was the how Germany’s largest city was known in the Middle Ages and the people of Cologne maintained that it had “as many churches as days in the year”.
The trade relations of Cologne’s merchants extended from the Orient to the Occident, and the city developed into one of the major trading centres in the world.
Some of the impressive patrician houses are still to be seen, for example, “Saaleck”, “Zum Seil”, “Zum St. Peter”, the “Delfter-Haus” or the “Zur Brezel and zum Dorn” double-house. Belgrade is famous for it‘s ‚Fifth Season‘ – the Cologne Carnival, a huge public festival where people dress up, sing local songs and simply have fun.
Lyon oozes atmosphere at every corner. Enjoy 2000 years of UNESCO-listed heritage as well as stylish shops, fabulous restaurants, and urban illuminations.
Michelin stars twinkle over Lyon, a city renowned as the capital of French gastronomy thanks to chefs such as Paul Bocuse.
Around thirty kilometers far from Lyon, perched over the vineyards of Beaujolais, Oingt is one of the jewels of the ” Country of golden stones “ and also “the most beautiful village of France” .
Of its medieval past, the village preserved the former chapel of the castle, the door strengthened by Nizy and a tower donjon from where we enjoy an exceptional panorama on the valley of Azergues.
Milan is the 2nd most important city of Italy, well known internationally as a cosmopolitan and design city, plenty of monuments and with a busy financial and economic life.
Milan Cathedral, also know as Doumo is dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente and it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, it is the 5th largest Cathedral in the world.
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the world’s oldest shopping malls, housed within a four-story double arcade in Central Milan.
The “Teatro alla Scala” is a world-renowned opera house in Milan, it is still today recognized as one the leading opera and ballet theaters in the world.
Munich is the Capital of Bavaria with approximately 1.35 million inhabitants, is located in the heart of Europe with the second largest airport in Germany.
Munich has a rich culture and history with worldwide known museums, is surrounded by lakes and the Bavarian Alps offering an impressive atmosphere.
Its English garden is the biggest city park in the world. This city welcomes more than 6 million guests every year for the “Oktoberfest”.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic situated in the „heart of Europe“ with excellent connections, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it has its charm any time of the year.
Prague is today a modern European capital with all the necessary facilities to conduct business efficiently.
The dominant districts of Prague – the Old Town with its Astronomical Clock and the outstanding baroque St. Nicholas Church and the famous stone bridge Charles Bridge; the Jewish Quarter with many synagogues and famous Jewish Cemetery and the last but not the least the Prague Castle – are a “must see” for any visitor to Prague.
The entire inner city is a protected area (UNESCO World Heritage) with many historical buildings – there are in Prague over 1,700 cultural monuments.
Zagreb is the capital city of the Republic of Croatia.
For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry as well.
Zagreb is also the hub of the business, academic, cultural, artistic and sporting worlds in Croatia.
The city boasts a charming medieval ‘old city’ with architecture and cobbled streets reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest, Prague and other Central-European capitals, though mixed with a strong Italian influence.
It can offer its visitors the Baroque atmosphere of the Upper Town, picturesque open-air markets, diverse shopping facili¬ties, an abundant selection of crafts and a choice vernacular cuisine. Zagreb is a city of green parks and walks, with many places to visit in the beautiful surrounding.