Cultural incentive travel Granada
When it comes to creating unforgettable cultural incentive travel in Granada, no one does it better than us.
Cultural incentives in Granada
Cultural incentive trips are a motivation tool used by all kind of organisations to recognise and reward their employees. They also help to create a sense of belonging to the company and are great to create lasting bonds between the employees, managers, and business owners.
In DMC Granada, we are experts in creating cultural incentives in Granada. Our bespoke programmes, tailor-made for each one of our clients, will allow you to discover the very best Granada has to offer. Nowadays, business travellers want to connect with the places they visit in a more meaningful way – this is why cultural incentives are increasing in popularity.
Granada is a rich city, that offers a wide variety of cultural activities to choose from, regardless of what your interests are. Experience an unforgettable cultural incentive travel in Granada.
UNESCO Heritage & Alhambra
Is the most visited monument in Spain and one of the most mesmerising palaces in Europe. The Alhambra is just indescribable. It was built as a residence for the Emirs that ruled Granada during the 13th century, and it contains different buildings and gardens – the Generalife. The architecture found at the Alhambra has been extremely well-kept over the centuries, portraying wonderfully the life at court. The neighbourhood of Albaizin is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is the most representative of the Moorish architecture and one of the most picturesque in Granada.
Local culture of Granada
Besides the above-mentioned Alhambra, Granada has a cultural identity of its own, which is the perfect scenario for a cultural incentive travel. One of its most known features is its impressive architecture, that can be appreciated throughout the city, but in particular, in the Albayzin and Sacromonte neighbourhoods, filled with typical houses and a picturesque atmosphere. It is also the heart of the flamenco scene of the city.
Granada Cathedral is another highlight of the city. A Renaissance masterpiece, it is the burial place of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand, the Catholic Monarchs, key figures in the history of modern Spain.
Granada is the birthplace of the greatest Spanish poet of the 20th century, Federico García Lorca, flamenco singer Enrique Morente, and has captivated artists from all over the world, like Ernest Hemingway, who said:
If you were to visit just one city in Spain, it should be Granada.