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Give in to the exhilarating rhythm of Flamenco music and dance, the fervence of a bullfight, rewarding savor of fine food and wine, the gratifying feeling of lying on a magnificent beach flooded with sunshine and much, much more. At the forefront of European history, culture and trade for centuries, Spain uniquely combines the dynamism of rapidly growing cities like Barcelona and the restfulness of luxurious countryside resorts. Thanks to its fast paced development throughout the last 25 years, Spain can now boast of a solid tourism infrastructure perfectly mixed with the Mediterranean way of life. Each region differs so much from one another that every visit to Spain is a unique and delightful eye opening experience.

Spain is deliciously different! Whether you are looking for sun, sea and sand, or whether you’re after a more cultural setting, Spain has something for every taste.

Destinations we serve:  Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Marbella, Málaga, Sevilla, Córdoba, Granada, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza

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28006 Madrid, Spain

T: +34 91 15 59 294

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Natalia Casajuana, Global DMC Professional

Natalia Casajuana, Managing Director

Natalia has spent the last 15 years honing her skills in the travel industry with the main focus on incentive business, working initially with outbound groups across the world. In 2006, Natalia joined AlliedPRA Spain in Barcelona and immediately established herself as key member of both the project and sales teams. Having previously lived in Madrid, this gave the team an advantage to offer a more personalised service in the country’s two most important cities. Over the last few years her professional and dedicated approach has seen Natalia take the lead on proposal, pitch and delivery of all Spanish’s high level programmes.… Read More

Natalia has spent the last 15 years honing her skills in the travel industry with the main focus on incentive business, working initially with outbound groups across the world. In 2006, Natalia joined AlliedPRA Spain in Barcelona and immediately established herself as key member of both the project and sales teams. Having previously lived in Madrid, this gave the team an advantage to offer a more personalised service in the country’s two most important cities. Over the last few years her professional and dedicated approach has seen Natalia take the lead on proposal, pitch and delivery of all Spanish’s high level programmes. “Confidence gained with both clients and suppliers is reflected in Natalia’s reputation across the industry. Her new position heading the AlliedPRA team in Spain is a natural progression as she ensures clients continue to experience the exceptional services they have grown to appreciate in this destination.

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Top things to do

So Many Museums in Barcelona

Barcelona is home to the Picasso, the Maritime, the Frederic Marés, the Pedralbes Monastery, CCCB, and the MUHBA – with free entrance on Sundays, however it can get quite busy, so it’s best to be an early bird!

Casa Batlló, Barcelona

If you wish to visit the inside, check in advance to ensure there is not a private event.

Roman Remains in Barcelona (Barcino)

Stroll around this wonderful area nearby the Plaça Reial and do not miss the opportunity to visit the Roman remains of Barcino, located under the street with access through a crystal elevator underground. It’s hidden, but worth it!

Gothic Quarter, Barcelona

Do not miss the Columns of the Temple of Augustus (1st Century), hidden on a small street inside a Medieval building. Check opening hours since the gate is closed on Sundays and daily after 7:00pm.

Go for a run through the streets of Barcelona

City Running/Sight running is the ideal way to visit the city in a short period of time and from a different angle. An experienced running guide and trainer will show you Barcelona’s cultural, historic, architectural and tourist attractions, while you stop off to take photos.

Rooftop Terraces for Views of Barcelona

In summer, visit any of the terraces of the best Hotels in town and of course the roof top concerts and cocktails in La Pedrera, a wonderful Modernist building from famed local architect, Antoni Gaudí.

Electric Bike Tour of Barcelona

Take a bike tour without getting tired! You’ll be able to choose between the Explorer route, which combines a bike ride with an itinerary on foot, the classic Barcelona Highlights, and the Night Tour with top-quality electric bikes.

A Hidden Gem Inside the Liceu Opera House

Now it is possible to visit and hold a private event in the very exclusive Cercle del Liceu, a private English style club with a unique artistic heritage, located in a landmark building of Barcelona shared with the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Opera House. Opened in 1847, it is still a reference to the social and cultural life of Barcelona and Catalonia.

Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid

Enjoy a meal in this old market totally refurbished and converted into a place to enjoy deli food in a wide variety of little restaurants/bar-stand style.

Correos building, Madrid

The building houses city hall and a new circular terrace where you can enjoy views of Madrid!

Prado Museum, Madrid

See the great works of famous Spanish artists with free entrance daily starting at 6:00pm and Saturday from 5:00pm.

Carrollin Clock of the Groupama building, Madrid

Do not miss the Carrollin clock of the Groupama building, at 12:00pm and 8:00pm it features a little musical with puppets designed by Antonio Mingote: Carlos III, The Duchess of Alba, Goya and the bullfighter Pedro Romero.

Fuencarral Street, Madrid

Located in the Gay neighborhood of Chueca, a pedestrian friendly street popular for shoppers.

Chocolateria San Gines, Madrid

The only Churrería opened round the clock to enjoy the best Churros (fritters) in town!

Jewish Quarter of Sevilla

A stroll around the charming and winding streets of the Santa Cruz district (Jewish quarter). Combine it with a drink at the rooftop of the EME hotel. Fantastic cathedral views from there!

Stroll Around the Triana Bridge, Sevilla

Be sure to take a walk on Betis Street by the riverside, after crossing the Triana bridge. The city views are most beautiful at sunset. And finish at the Triana market by the bridge for some casual tapas.

Sunday Morning Visit to the Museo de Bellas Artes, Sevilla

On the plaza where the museum is located, they hold a small charming art street market every Sunday morning.

Cathedral and Alcazar Palace

The cathedral is the third largest in the world, and the Alcazar gardens are beautiful. The Giralda tower at the cathedral provides the best views of the city, 100 meters high. Visiting these monuments in the early afternoon will help you lose the morning crowds.

Experience a Flamenco show!

Experience real flamenco either at the Flamenco museum (private visits can be arranged) or try the secluded Casa de la Memoria in the Santa Cruz district, a small private patio where they do daily shows for no more than 50 guests in a cozy atmosphere. Booking in advance is recommended.

Take a tapas tour in Sevilla

Eat like the locals, from classics like Bodeguita Romero on Harinas St. (with the best pringá in town – a small toasted bun filled with a mixture of very tender slow-cooked pork, black pudding and chorizo, all served hot) to modern but still traditional, like La Azotea on Zaragoza St.

Top places to eat

Maritim, Barcelona

Wonderful terrace to enjoy local food with the best port and city views. Located on the second floor of Reial Club Maritim, and with stunning sea views, harbor and city, Maritim is the new restaurant in the Old Port. Decorated by interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán, the elegant space welcomes us in a special environment.

Dry Martini, Barcelona

Dry Martini Cocktail Bar has become an icon in the world of cocktails. Opened over 30 years ago, during the early days, it was a Martinería: Dry Martini served only. When Javier de las Muelas took over, he wanted to keep the essence of a classic cocktail bar. Currently, the Dry Martini is on the list of the 50 best bars in the world, as part of the top 25 year after year, and it is considered the third best gin bar in the world.

Casa Leopoldo, Barcelona

A classic in Barcelona, enjoy the city’s history though its gastronomy! A nice, cozy and cool place to dine in Barcelona.

La Mar del Alabardero, Madrid

A beautiful location and terrace in the heart of Madrid! The large windows will let the guests enjoy the view of the Plaza de Oriente and the Royal. Enjoy their seafood dishes, paying special attention to the quality of its seafood, arriving daily from the best ports of Spain.

Lhardy, Madrid

A classic of classics, not to be missed! The famous restaurant enters its 3rd century of existence, in the same location where they first opened their doors in 1839. Lhardy pays close attention to detail, from the presentation of the tables to the finished dish, fantastic local food with efficient service, essentially managed by the head waiter and the second “maitre”.

Loft 39, Madrid

At the entrance of Loft39 you will find the Lounge Bar, with the atmosphere of a New York restaurant, playing great music and offering a variety of cocktails, from the classics to some exclusive recipes. The decoration of their rooms mixes the contemporary and traditional by Pascua Ortega, making Loft 39 the perfect place to celebrate a private event.

Enrique Becerra, Sevilla

Taste some tapas in one of the best bars of Sevilla! The restaurant is located a few minutes from the Giralda and Cathedral in the historic city center, in a 17th Century building. Enrique Becerra is very well-known for its tapas and meals featuring Andalusian cuisine with traditional recipes.

Abantal, Sevilla

This contemporary and charming restaurant (with a Michelin star) is situated between Seville’s beautiful historic district and its vibrant modern streets, that teem with people day and night. With a light and spacious dinning room, it is the ideal place for enjoying an innovative, fresh and delicate meal of Andalusian modern food..

Casa Robles, Sevilla

Located less than 50 steps from the Cathedral lies Casa Robles founded by Juan Robles in 1954. In its origins as a winery, guests could taste in the new musts from their own vineyards in the Condado de Huelva. Casa Robles winery evolved into a bar, expanding its facilities with two adjoining houses, adding full meals to its current wine and tapas menu.

Top places to stay

Arts-Ritz Carlton, Barcelona

It is said the Arts offers the best service in town. They have a spa on the 40th floor featuring stunning city and sea views! Situated on the shores of the Mediterranean and overlooking the Port Olimpic, this striking and contemporary hotel enjoys a spectacular beachfront location near Barcelona’s finest shops and restaurants.

Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona

Looking for a central location in the most elegant street in town? Enjoy a cocktail on the quiet terrace of the Hotel, located on the roof top of this downtown oasis! A luxury hotel in an elegant mid 20th century building, with spectacular interiors by Spanish born designer Patricia Urquiola. Its superb location, on the prestigious Passeig de Gràcia, is just a short walk away from many of the city’s cultural destinations and the teeming life of Las Ramblas.

El Palace, Barcelona

The elegant and traditional Ritz, built in 1919, has been renovated and renamed, reopening with a new name three years ago. The workers preserved the classic spirit that always characterized this property, a distinguished symbol of Barcelona’s hotel tradition.

Westin Palace Madrid

Located in the heart of the Spanish capital, and within walking distance of prestigious museums and the main business and shopping district, The Westin Palace Madrid has been the choice for discerning guests seeking a base in which to relax, celebrate or do business in Madrid for over a century. Its 467 restful rooms and suites are designed to refresh or to provide the perfect atmosphere to concentrate on work. Be sure to enjoy coffee, chocolate or tea under the spectacular stained glass dome !

Santo Mauro, Madrid

A little oasis close to the city center, this small boutique hotel should not be missed! Housed in the former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro, an influential member of the society of Madrid at the time, the hotel consists of three buildings surrounded by a magnificent garden that makes it an oasis.

ME Madrid Reina Victoria

Innovative luxury designer hotel with spectacular panoramic views of Madrid from “The Roof” terrace, one of the top 10 bars in Spain! The ME Madrid Reina Victoria is strategically located in the heart of the city, with easy access to the major attractions and the city’s shopping and business areas.

Alfonso XIII – Luxury Collection, Sevilla

Since first openings its doors in 1928, the Hotel Alfonso XIII has been the preferred rendezvous for residents of Seville and elite travelers from around the world. Constructed by command of King Alfonso XIII of Spain to house VIP guests at the Iber-American Exposition in 1928, the hotel has, for over 85 years, been the place to stay for royalty, heads of state and those keen to share in its aura of history and glamour.

Gran Melia Colon, Sevilla

Deluxe hotel in the heart of Seville with exclusive and luxurious Red Level service, a boutique hotel within a hotel. The Gran Melia Colon features floors and rooms with reproductions of art by the Spanish masters. It also has a fully equipped wellness center with outdoor whirlpool and sun terrace with unique panoramic city views.

Rey Baeza – Hospes, Sevilla

This beautiful, traditional Andalusian house is located in Seville’s old town, just 10 minutes’ walk from the cathedral. Located 5 minutes’ walk from the Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, you can find Seville’s Sierpes Street which is famous for its shopping and the Pilate’s House, an Andalusian palace in Seville.