Ed.21 Granada - December 2017\n
Welcome to Granada,\n
In the Raiguer region, famed for its leather and footwear handicrafts, you can find some of the oldest shoemaker studios in Mallorca. The combination of excellent materials and the unique production process mean espadrilles from Mallorca consistently enjoy success at some of the most prestigious international craft fairs worldwide.
Seville is characterized by its handcrafted pottery and ceramics. The first works are dated from the Neolithic age, although it was during the Muslim Period that they started to acquire their own unique personality. Most workshops are located in the historic Triana neighborhood, where you can wander the streets and see examples of craftsmanship in walls, tiled floors and roofs. Later, artisans adopted eastern techniques and mixed this with local traditions, evident in mosaics and hand-painted tiles.
In the historic city center of Cordoba you can see ceramics, Caliphate silverware, textile prints, jewelry and, of course, leather goods. Leather is the raw material used in making the famous Cordobanes and Guadamecies, which are pieces of leather embossed, modelled and coloured with modern or classical designs. Nowadays only a few family-run workshops keep this traditional handicraft alive.
Spain was the birthplace of the modern six-string guitar, though it was based upon a similar stringed instrument of the Islamic world. The guitar is the versatile accompaniment of choice in the art of flamenco, and Granada is Spain's capital for the production of the instrument. Here, guitars continue to be handmade by skilled craftsmen and are renowned for their fine quality and precious woods.
In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, artisan knifes flourished in the region of Albacete. Originally, the knives were produced by Moorish craftsmen, with the techniques and traditions they employed still maintained today. A special knife museum in Albacete city celebrates the past and future of this local speciality.
The 'Calado Canario' has been kept alive for generations, with knowledge of this art traditionally passed from mother to daughter. This is one of the most delicate and complex of handicrafts, with artisans working with materials such as linen and cotton, and creating patterns and intricate drawings on fabrics of all sizes.
The Alhambra is a city, fortress and palace built by the kings of the Nasrid dynasty of the ancient Kingdom of Granada. It is the symbol of Granada and is the most visited monument in Spain, a true masterpiece of Muslim art in Europe. The Alhambra is an unparalleled example of how light and water can be used as architectural effects. The appearance of the buildings changes with the varying patterns of light and the water acts as a kind of mirror, reflecting the architecture and decorative figures, adding to the sense of calm and tranquility.\n
The Albaicín quarter was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. It is the original core of the town of Granada and still maintains the captivating magic of its Moorish past. To stroll through the Albaicín quarter is like taking a walk through the history of Granada itself. The buildings, squares and its very streets will show you how the city has changed culturally and socially over the years.
Photo: Agencia Albaicín. Pepe Marín\n
It comes as a surprise to many visitors that in Andalusia, famous for its beaches and sunshine, you can actually ski. In fact, Sierra Nevada is the most southern ski resort in Europe and one of the best ski resorts in Spain. Mulhacen is the second highest mountain in Spain with an altitude of 11,400 ft and it guarantees lots of great snow. 66 miles of slops are distributed over 124 routes of varying difficulty.
Photo: Patronato de Turismo\n
Granada’s coastal area has dozens of beaches and small coves with crystal-clear water, 320 sunny days a year and an average temperature of 68°F. The 45-mile coastline in the province of Granada, known as Costa Tropical, owes its name to the exceptionally good weather all year round. The local food is also delicious, especially seafood such as muttonfish, sea bream and shrimp.
Photo: Patronato de Turismo\n
The cave dwellings in the regions of Guadix, El Marquesado and El Altiplano are the province’s most original type of accommodation. Today there are more than 60 official cave hotels used as tourist accommodations in Granada’s Sacromonte district alone. All of them comply with a high standard of service and environmental regulations too. This type of accommodation has enabled these interesting architectural structures to be restored and preserved.
Photo: Patronato de Turismo\n
La Alpujarra is an area in the Granada province with a rough yet colorful landscape, scattered with ravines, canyons and valleys. Isolated and inaccessible for centuries, it makes you feel that time stopped there. The villages with whitewashed houses are scattered along the slopes between green forests. The main tourist destination is Barranco de Poqueira, where the villages of Pampaneira, Bubión and Capileira lay.
Photo: Patronato de Turismo\n
The Poniente Granadino district is found in the western part of the Granada province, an area with a rich and diverse landscape. This borderland is a mixture of Christian and Arab cultures as Poniente was the doorway to the capital of the last Nasrid kingdom. White villages with narrow streets were built around old castles to defend the border from the Christian attacks. Montefrío, Alhama, Loja and Illora are the most interesting places in this area.\n
Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias), an interactive museum, is the first one of its kind in southern Spain and a benchmark for the promotion of science in Europe. Located a few minutes from the historic city center of Granada, Science Park has turned 753,473 sq ft into one of the main cultural, sightseeing attractions in Andalucía and into its most visited museum.
Photo: Parque de las Ciencias\n
Your visit to Granada must include eating tapas. This is the custom of eating small and varied portions of delicious local dishes, with an aperitif in restaurants and bars. Tapas are usually served free of charge with an alcoholic drink, such as Alhambra beer or a glass of wine from the Designation of Origin of Granada. It is the waiter who chooses the tapas and serves it to customers with their drinks. In some bars, you can choose the tapas you want from a list.\n
Granada is one of the centers for flamenco in Spain. The Sacromonte quarter is the heart of what flamenco experts call ‘jondura’ or ‘duende’, a musical form that stems from ‘zambra’, a flamenco song and dance party that first began in the 16th century to celebrate Moorish weddings. On the route to the Sacromonte district you will also see the caves that used to be inhabited by gypsies, but have now been converted into flamenco staging areas, restaurants, night clubs and tourist accommodations, although some are still inhabited.\n
02 Granada Highlights\n
The sunniest ski resort in Europe
Sun seekers will find in Sierra Nevada the sunniest ski resort in Europe, with more than 75%-80% of sunny days per winter season. Pradollano, the village of Sierra Nevada, offers great walking access to the chairlifts. It is home of 3*, 4* and 5* hotels with great capacity for groups that will find shops, bars and restaurants just next door, to experience the lively Spanish après ski environment.
FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships
Couples, families and groups will all find in Sierra Nevada what they are looking for in a winter domain. Freestyle lovers too! They are sure to have fun at the Sulayr Snow Park. The complex offers 4 different sectors, one of the longest slope style lines in Europe and which has proudly hosted the FIS FREESTYLE SKI AND SNOWBOARD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS this previous winter season (March 2017).
Sierra Nevada Ski & Mountain Resort (Granada)
Plaza de Andalucía 4 - 18196 Sierra Nevada - Monachil
Granada - España
Adrián Moscoso López
International Sales, Marketing & Communication Manager
Phone: (+34) 666 730 786
A hidden jewel
True Arab Baths, located over the archaeological remains of unique buildings, with a beauty and harmony that lead you to serenity and maximum well-being. The baths have a unique identity and character, reflecting the charisma of the city. The Hammam is a jewel of hidden waters at the foot of the Alhambra in Granada, in the same Nasrid style as the great monument overlooking it.
The Hammam rituals stimulate the most hedonistic feelings awakening the senses with pleasure and relaxation. Here you will discover a water culture which began in ancient Rome and was refined by the Moors into the ancient Andalusian legacy which even today can be enjoyed in a contemporary form.
Hammam Al Andalus
c/ Santa Ana 16,
(Near Plaza Nueva, at the foot of the Alhambra)
Phone: (+34) 958 229 978
Museum CAJAGRANADA is a place that brings the public closer to the art, culture and history of Andalusia. It has a broad program such as guided visits, workshops and cinema. CajaGRANADA Collection boasts nearly a hundred works of various Andalusian, national and international artists. You can enjoy here the work of outstanding modern and contemporary artists such as Santiago Rusiñol, Pablo Picasso, José Guerrero, Manuel Rivera, Antoni Tapies, Carmen Laffón, Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and Robert Motherwell, among others.
The Museum to discover Andalucía
The Museum CajaGRANADA is a place to discover with the senses the past and present of Andalusia. Enjoy the history of our culture in a dynamic form through four halls:
Hall 1. Diversity of landscapes
Hall 2. Land and cities
Hall 3. Ways of life
Hall 4. Art and culture
Avda. de la Ciencia, 2
Phone: (+34) 958 222 257
Conveniently located in the heart of the city, with views of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, the Center is located within walking distance to over 4,000 hotel rooms, restaurants, shops and cultural sites. Recently opened after a full renovation, The Cloud has an amphitheatre for holding open air shows. There are 24 meeting rooms with an overall capacity for 3,560 participants, including two auditoriums: Garcia Lorca (2,000 pax), and Manuel de Falla (550 pax). The rest are multifunctional and flexible breakout rooms. In addition, there are 2 main exhibition halls which add up to a total exhibition area of 43,055 sq ft.
Granada Exhibition and Convention Center
Paseo del Violón, S/N
Phone: (+34) 958 246 700
Photo: Javier Algarra\n
The Madrid Conference Centre is a natural light building made in marble and glass; its avant-garde design has given it great versatility and functionality. The Center is located in the financial headquarters of Madrid “Campo de las Naciones”, only three minutes away from the airport and a ten minutes ride to the city center. This venue has a solid experience in organizing major events; it has 28 meeting rooms with a capacity ranging from 26 to 360 people, an auditorium with a capacity of 1,812 people, a multipurpose hall of more than 2,200 m² and large exhibition areas.
Avda. de la Capital de España Madrid, 7. 28042 Madrid
Tel. (+34) 91 722 04 00 / Fax (+34) 91 721 06 07
Photo: Francesco Pinton © Madrid Destino\n
The Crystal Pavilion is an emblematic building in the Spanish Faire sector. It is a highly singular premise, located in the heart of the Casa de Campo Park, very well communicated with the city center. The upper floor affords a privileged view of the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. The building has 20,200 m² of exhibition area, laid out on three floors connected to each other by lifts, escalators and stairs. It is prepared for holding events, both great and small, and staging of all kinds.
Avda. de Portugal, s/n. 28011 Madrid
Tel. (+34) 91 722 04 00
Fax. (+34) 91 721 06 07
Photo: Francesco Pinton © Madrid Destino\n
The Principe Felipe Convention & Congress Center is located on the ground floor of the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel & Conference Center, close to the International Adolfo Suarez - Barajas Airport, the Ifema fairground and only 20 min from the downtown. With an area of 15,500 m², this Center is prepared to host all types of congress and conventions, presentations, meetings, fairs, expositions, exhibitions, or banquets, offering an integral solution to all the events. It has 56 modular meeting rooms, an auditorium with a dividing panel for up to 2,000 people and private reception for congress. These spaces are perfectly complemented with 869 rooms and a leisure center, indoor/outdoor swimming pool, gym and sauna. The hotel offers a very qualified team to advise the clients and it will be at their disposal at any time.
Avda. Aragón, 400. 28022 Madrid
Tel. (+34) 91 400 44 00 / 59
Photo: Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel & Conference Center.\n
c/Edgar Neville s/n 28223 Madrid
Tel. (+34) 91 512 70 63
Photo: Marquee Events in room 25, with a capacity of 1000pax\n
Located in an old palace in the historical and financial heart of Granada, Hospes Palacio de los Patos is a combination of two buildings that look at each other with complicity: The Patos Palace, a fully renovated 19th Century Palace, and a new building, with a mixture of deepness and clarity behind a majestic and settle alabaster latticework. This boutique hotel has exquisitely decorated spaces, a selected cuisine and a luxury Bodyna Spa, a space to achieve well-being and to revitalize body and mind.
Hospes Palacio de los Patos
Solarillo de Gracia, 1
Phone: (+34) 958 535 790
Photo: Hospes Palacio de los Patos\n
Alhambra Palace is a luxury hotel inspired by the Alhambra monument and features 108 comfortable Suites, Junior Suites Deluxe, Classic Rooms and double/twin rooms, each and every one with a special charm. Events and incentives can be held in its spectacular panoramic lounges landmarked by UNESCO, keeping the original decoration, but offering the latest technological advances of the XXI century.
Alhambra Palace Hotel
Plaza Arquitecto García de Paredes 1
Phone: (+34) 958 221 468
Photo: Hotel Alhambra Palace\n
Alacena de las Monjas Restaurant welcomes you to 15th – century arched cellars where you can experience prime quality, seasonal, local products. This restaurant blends in an avant-garde inspired cuisine with the historic legacy of the establishment in a unique location in the center of the city of Granada. As part of the former Franciscan Convent and the 2nd Cathedral of the city, Alacena de las Monjas uses the crypt, the well, and the brick foundations which still stand as silent witnesses of the passage of time.
Alacena de las Monjas
Plaza del Padre Suarez, 5
18009, Granada, Spain
Phone: (+34) 958 229 519
Photo: Alacena de las Monjas\n
Located in the very heart of Granada, Sibarius Gastrobar Restaurant is a modern, two-story establishment. This cosmopolitan restaurant mixes fresh Mediterranean and Nikkei cuisine for those who enjoy discovering new gastronomic experiences. The restaurant also houses several private rooms ideal for business meetings and family get-togethers. Customers can have lunch, dinner, eat tapas, or just have a drink in a pleasant environment with excellent service.
Sibarius Gastrobar Restaurant
Plaza Bib Rambla, 20
18001, Granada, Spain
Phone: (+34) 958 222 796
Photo: Sibarius Gastrobar Restaurant\n
Barceló Granada Congress is an urban hotel designed to provide maximum comfort to business travelers. The hotel’s strategic location, just a few minutes from the historic center, makes it the perfect base for visiting the main tourist attractions. Its 10 multi-function meeting rooms and an auditorium with a capacity for up to 1,000 people, makes it a perfect option in Granada for conferences and conventions, product presentations and incentives.
Barcelo Granada Congress
C/Maestro Montero, 12
Phone: (+34) 958 187 401
Photo: Barceló Granada Congress\n
With 50 venues spread throughout Andalusia and a national expansion, Abades is considered one of the leading companies with a "360º full service" philosophy. Coordinated by a quality department that takes care of all the details, the restaurants, service areas and hotels are located in unique spaces. Only in Granada, Abades has spaces such as the Carmen de los Chapiteles hotel, at the bottom of the Alhambra; the hotel Abades Nevada Palace, overviewing Sierra Nevada; the central Recogidas hotel, very closed to the monumental area of the Nasrid city or the recently opened gastrobar Maria de la O.
Manuel de Medio
Press Department Manager
Phone: (+34) 629 904 408
Photo: Abades Nevada Palace\n
Abba Granada is a newly-built, beautiful hotel offering 136 rooms, very conveniently located in the city center of Granada, a few feet from the “El Triunfo gardens” and the historic “Albaicín” quarter. The facilities are specially thought for business travelers and include restaurant, bar-lounge area, private parking and spa area. There are six meeting rooms, up to 4000 sq ft, all of them with sunlight and free high speed wifi connection, and equipped for all meeting and event needs.
Av. Constitución, 21
Diego Varela - Sales Department
Phone: (+34) 958 807 807
Photo: Abba Granada Hotel\n
This iconic hotel is located in the heart of this Andalusian city, just 10 minutes’ walk from the Granada Cathedral, allowing guests to discover the true essence of this unbeatable destination. The 222 rooms at the Barceló Carmen Granada hotel are spacious and light and the terrace, with a swimming pool and a solarium, offers one of the best views of the city. The 9 multipurpose rooms can hold up to 350 people, making it possible to hold meetings and events adapted to suit your needs.
Hotel Barceló Carmen Granada
C/Acera Del Darro, 62
Phone: (+34) 958 187 401
Hotel Granada Palace is located within a perfect enclave suitable both for a break away and for sightseeing in this charismatic and romantic city. Just a 10 minutes-drive to the city, 5 minutes to Alhambra and 25 minutes right up to the slopes of sunny Sierra Nevada Ski Resort. Its 108 rooms are decorated with a fusion of avant-garde and Arabic elements. Hotel Granada Palace is also equipped with 8 polyvalent rooms for private events, such as weddings, conventions, workshops or any kind of meeting that you may need to hold.
Hotel Granada Palace
C/ Diego de Siloé s/n,
Esther Samaniego Mateos - Reservation/Sales Manager
Phone: (+34) 670 520 864
Great location in Granada, next to the Conference Centre, on 15 Km from Granada airport and just 5 minutes’ walk away from downtown, 2 Km from Alahambra Palace.Saray Hotel is the perfect choice for your MICE event. The Hotel counts with 213 rooms and suites and more than 7,000 sq ft of space for events, distributed over 2 divisible main meeting rooms + 1 break-out room, with total capacity for up to 550 people.
Hoteles Santos - Hotel Saray
Ps Enrique Tierno Galván 4
Antonio Campos - Manager
Phone: (+34) 958 050 425
Photo: Hoteles Santos - Hotel Saray\n
In an idyllic natural setting on the banks of the Sar River, close to the city of Santiago, this emblematic 18th-century building converted into a deluxe boutique hotel offers accommodation, spa and restaurant services. Private grounds covering more than a hectare and the relaxing sound of flowing water guarantee its guests rest in each of the 45 rooms, each of which has been carefully decorated with works of art, antiques and an exquisite French touch.
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The Convent of San Francisco, located a few meters from Plaza del Obradoiro, dates from 1214 and now combines its religious function with that of a four-star hotel. Apart from its excellent location, it offers the serenity of a convent and excellent gastronomy. Its historic rooms, glazed courtyards and neoclassical church make any stay here an unforgettable experience.
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The group is made up of three restaurants: Restaurante Carmela, El Pescaíto de Carmela and La Cuchara de Carmela, all of them located in the city center. Here you will find a cozy atmosphere and food that remains faithful to the Mediterranean diet and recipes, as well as to the most distinguished flavors of Andalusian cuisine. Highly-experienced, dynamic and innovative professionals work as one with the sole purpose of meeting and exceeding their customers’ expectations.
18009, Granada, Spain
Phone: (+34) 958 309 967 / (+34) 674 900 140
Photo: Grupo Carmela\n
Novotel Madrid Center hotel is located in the elegant Salamanca district. Whether visiting for business or leisure, enjoy easy access to the airport and city center. At the Eat Bar by Novotel, enjoy a cuisine focused on local product whilst remaining loyal to the cosmopolitan spirit of Madrid. The menu features a range of simple yet authentic dishes in a relaxed environment. Novotel counts with 2,300 m² of exclusive use for events in 23 separated spaces, adaptable meeting rooms equipped with the latest in technology with free WIFI and online press, exhibition hall, central gallery, 350 car parking spaces and exclusive access for groups with private check in area.
O´Donnell 53, 28009 MADRID – SPAIN
Tel. (+34)91 221 40 60 / Fax (+34)91 574 56 01
Photos courtesy of Novotel Madrid Center\n
Only YOU Atocha Hotel, located in the heart of the capital, is a reformed palace dating back to the 19th Century. This hotel has a strong personality due to its unique style that blends modern and British colonial designs. The hotel offers custom solutions for your events and meetings and its rooms will accommodate all your needs. It is a space for you to celebrate your success, with 6 adjustable meeting rooms, going from 10 to 180 people, single spaces for your coffee breaks and cocktails like an indoor patio, restaurant and exterior terrace for your private events with unsurpassable views.
Calle Barquillo, 21. Madrid
Tel. (+34) 91 005 27 46
Photos courtesy of Only You Atocha\n
It dates back to the 9th century, when the Alcazaba was used as a sanctuary. It was in the 13th century when Mohammed I made his royal residence here. His successor, Mohammed II, finished building the walled ramparts. In the 14th century, during the reigns of Yusuf and Mohammed V, the Alhambra acquired its splendid monumental appearance that we still see today. Yusuf ordered the Palacio de Comares to be built and added enormous gateways, including the Puerta de las Armas and the Puerta de la Justicia. Mohammed V renovated the Palacio de Comares, added the impressive façade of the Patio Cuarto Dorado and built the innovative Palacio de los Leones.
Photo: Tourist Office of Spain in Chicago\n
ALHAMBRA GENERAL: Visits to the monument in the morning or evening within the established schedule.
ALHAMBRA AT NIGHT: Night visit
ALHAMBRA GARDENS: Visit the main landscaped areas of the Monument in the morning or in the afternoon.
ALHAMBRA EXPERIENCES: Mode that combines night visit to Nasrid Palaces lit and daytime visit to Alcazaba, the Generalife Gardens and Palace on two consecutive days.
SPECIAL VISIT – JUST FOR YOU: Know the Alhambra in a very special way and on a preferential timetable (closed to public).
DOBLA DE ORO: A route between the Albaicín, the oldest neighbourhood in the city, and the Alhambra Group of Monuments, both of which were declared World Heritage sites by the Unesco.
For more information visit: http://www.alhambra-patronato.es
To purchase tickets visit: https://tickets.alhambra-patronato.es/en/tickets-alhambra-general/
Photo: Patronato de Turismo\n
Located on the grounds of the Alhambra complex, among gardens and fountains evoking a past in which the Arab and the Christian intermingled. The Parador was a former monastery built on the orders of the Catholic Monarchs on the site of a Nasrid palace, the remains of which have been preserved in the Nasrid Room and in the patio of Isabel. Works of art and exceptional furniture decorate the cloister and interior rooms. You can enjoy here dishes like remojón (traditional orange and cod salad), habas a la granadina (green beans with ham) and piononos (sponge cake rolls topped with cream).
C/ Real de la Alhambra s/n
18009 Granada, Spain
Phone: (+34) 958 221 440 / (+34) 958 222 264
Photo: Paradores de Turismo\n
In Madrid you'll find formal parks like El Retiro, scientific institutions such as the Botanical Garden, and spaces with an avant-garde design like Madrid Río Park… Together with the trees that line Madrid's public thoroughfares, these make it one of the greenest cities in the world.
Historical parks such as El Retiro and Casa de Campo were created as estates for the recreation and seclusion of kings and nobles, and today are communal areas to be enjoyed by visitors and local inhabitants every day of the week. At dusk, the best plan is to head for Oeste Park or the Plaza de Oriente to watch the sun go down.\n
F.G.L. Granada-Jaén Airport is located in the region of La Vega del Genil, about 10 miles from Granada capital and 65 miles from Jaen capital.The airport maintains a scheduled traffic link with Barcelona and Madrid, thereby offering a very important service for the social-economic development of both provinces.
Domestic and international connections operated through F.G.L. Granada-Jaén Airport: Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Melilla, London, Manchester and Milan.
For more information see: www.aena.com\n
Modern trains connect Granada with the rest of Andalusia and with the main Spanish cities. The good news is that beginning in 2018 the AVE High Speed rail network will also be operational from Madrid all the way to Granada, notably reducing travel times.
For more information see RENFE: www.renfe.es
Renfe Spain Pass
In Granada you'll find public buses and sightseeing buses in addition to taxis, making it convenient and efficient to get between the different places of interest in the city.
The city bus is an effective way to get around Granada, and includes minibuses to take you uphill to the Alhambra and the Generalife. They usually run from 6:45 am to 11 pm. On Fridays, Saturdays and the eve of public holidays there are also two routes (known as 'búhos' –Spanish for owls) that run from midnight to 5 am.
Taxis can be found every day at any time. They are white with the city crest, a green line and their license number on the side.
For more information see: www.spain.info
Like all Mediterranean cities, Málaga has always been linked to the sea and the riches that come from it. Sheltered by a natural bay, the Port of Málaga has become the peninsula’s second most important cruise port.
Photo: © Área de Turismo. Ayuntamiento de Málaga\n
30% off on AVE and regular train tickets for convention and trade show attendees.
The offer is geared toward companies and meeting planners who will be planning conferences, tradeshows and exhibitions in Spain, so they can offer attendees and exhibitors special fares for all train tickets within the Renfe national train network.\n
The GRANADA CARD Tourist Pass gives you tickets for Granada’s main attractions and public transportation, as well as big discounts on other tourist services. There is also a Kids’ GRANADA CARD for children of ages 3-11. There are two types: GRANADA CARD Plus and GRANADA CARD Básico, both include visits to the main monuments and transportation (city bus and tourist train).
For more information see: www.en.granadatur.com\n
Granada Convention Bureau is an institution devoted specifically to the promotion of Granada as a MICE destination. The professionals of the Granada Convention Bureau provide impartial counseling, support, and collaboration to plan events (conferences, conventions, business incentive trips) and to present candidacies.
Granada Convention Bureau
Virgen Blanca 9 18071, Granada
Phone: (+34) 958 53 57 61
Door To Door Travel & Tours, DMC Granada, is a travel planner that has a line of business oriented to companies, personalizing meetings, events and incentives and offering professional quality services. Door To Door Travel & Tours is an Inbound Travel Agency in Granada, specialized in tailor-made travel arrangements and exclusive local experiences and corporate events.
Door To Door Travel & Tours
Plaza Isabel la Católica, Nº1, Floor 6, Ofice 3 18009, Granada
José Miguel Navarro Medina
Phone: (+34) 678 385 457
Photo: Door to Door Travel and Tours\n
AVENTURA AMAZONIA offers companies an ideal and unique opportunity to enjoy a day of adventure in a natural environment. The activities encourage the relationships between employees, and provide keys to motivation in the most fun and surprising way. It is not necessary to have any special physical fitness or previous experience; it is an adventure park for EVERYONE to find their own challenge.
Aventura Amazonia Granada
Ctra. GR 3101 Km 7,5
18179 Víznar (Spain)
Phone: (+34) 958 071 102
Photo: Aventura Amazonia\n
Spain has always been a melting pot of different cultures and civilizations, a bridge between Latin America and Europe, and between Africa, the Mediterranean and Europe. Madrid, the capital of Spain is a true example of a multicultural city.
In 2017 Madrid will host the largest global event for the LGBT community, World Pride 2017, the 40th anniversary of the first LGBTIQ pride parade in Spain, with events held in several of the capital’s most famous squares. The huge festival will take place in numerous locations and will feature concerts, open-air parties, art, culture, talks and sport.\n