Andalucia Tourism Board

Andalucia Tourism Board

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Recent years have seen Andalucia become one of the world’s most complete tourist destinations. The variety and complementary nature of its tourist facilities and services, along with its climate, communications and hotel infrastructure, not to mention the hospitality of its people, have made Andalucia a favourite holiday destination for both Spanish and foreign visitors alike. Special mention must be made of Andalucia’s monuments. Each and every one of the region’s provinces boasts an impressive historical and artistic heritage; some are home to world-famous buildings such as the Alhambra in Granada, Cordoba’s Mosque and Seville’s Cathedral and Giralda. But Andalucia is not only famous as a holiday destination. A spectacular growth has taken place in the Meeting and Congress sector. Andalucia currently boasts an extensive network of Congress and Exhibition Centres with a total capacity of more than 60,000 delegates. Conceived as a meeting point for culture, business and leisure, their layout, infrastructure and services meet the most demanding requirements, offering halls of varying sizes equipped with all the latest technology. A destination in keeping with conference organisation needs first-class infrastructure and a variety of accommodation and complementary activities. The many hotels, both four and five star, enchanting spots for all types of gatherings and the quality and modernity of the attractions in Andalucia make it one of the most competitive destinations for conferences on an international level, with qualified professionals, suitable facilities and rooms for all kinds of events available.

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    Andalucia Tourism Board

    C/Compañía nº40 Málaga 29008 Spain
    Tel:  +34 951299300
    Fax:  +34 952129317

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