In a privileged position on the north-eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in both size and population. It is also the capital of Catalonia.

The capital of Catalonia is unequivocally a Mediterranean city, not only because of its geo-graphic location but also and above all because of its history, tradition and cultural influences.
Culture and the arts flourished in Barcelona and in all of Catalonia; the splendour achieved by Catalonian modernism is one of the most patent displays.

Barcelona, more than just a single city, is really a collection of multi-faceted and diverse cities. The visitor unfamiliar with its history might be surprised that such a modern and enterprising city preserves its historic Gothic centre almost intact.

With it’s beautiful beaches, exquisite architecture, exhibition centres, varying hotels and not forgetting only an hours drive to some of the best ski fields in Europe, Barcelona really does make a perfect location for corporate travel and European hospitality.
The capital of Spain, located in the heart of the peninsula and right in the centre of the Castillian plain 646 meters above sea level, has a population of over three million.

A cosmopolitan city, a business centre, headquarters for the Public Administration, Gov-ernment, Spanish Parliament and the home of the Spanish Royal Family, Madrid also plays a major role in both the banking and industrial sectors.
Most of its industry is located in the Southern fringe of the city, where important textile, food and metal working factories are clustered. Madrid is characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife, perfect for entertaining clients and indeed for incentive breaks.