The charm and beauty of the city of Granada are undeniable. For centuries, Granada has been a visitors’ favourite. It has charmed poets, writers, painters and tourists alike, with its impressive location, right at the foot of Sierra Nevada, its one in a million sunsets, its white-washed neighbourhoods of Albayzin and Sacromonte and, above all, the majestic Alhambra.
Granada has been chosen as the second-best city to visit monuments and sites, only preceded by New York. The Alhambra and its proximity to the Sierra Nevada ski resort stand out. Likewise, Granada has a Conference Center with a capacity for 2,000 people
It is then no surprise that Granada has been chosen by users of the online platform Musement as the best second city to visit monuments and sites, with a 9.14/10, only preceded by New York, with a 9.17/10. Granada has a perfect size, you can walk pretty much everywhere, enjoying some of the city’s squares, alleys and promenades. There is an endless world of possibilities: from gastronomic tourism to skiing in Sierra Nevada, to shopping in one of the city’s state-of-the-art shopping centres, to relaxing in one of the city’s Arab baths, you choose. However, there is something you cannot miss, whichever kind of tourism you choose to do; a visit to Granada wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the wonderful Alhambra.
An important feature of the city, not to forget, it’s the Conference Centre. Located very close to the city centre, the building was first opened in 1992 and has since held more than 6,000 events. With a maximum capacity of 2,000 pax in theatre style and 1,000 in classroom style, the Conference Centre is the perfect choice for large events. For more intimate ones, Granada’s great hotel supply has a wide variety of meeting spaces available throughout the city.
If you are planning to host your corporate event in the South of Spain, why not considering Granada? If the above sounds appealing, please do get in touch with Meridional Events, your DMC when it comes to organising your next MICE event in Granada.