Monthly Archives: July 2014

PORTO. Discover the second capital of Portugal

Porto

Porto

Porto, the second largest city in Portugal, is situated in the north of the country, near to the mouth of the Douro River. Known for its wine, the city presents the contrast of ancient architecture with the avant-garde and modernism.

Its historic center, declared World Heritage Site by Unesco, invites you to wander through its streets and discover its neighborhoods and villas. Try one of their wines from the cellars of Vila Nova de Gaia or eat a francesinha in the Ribeira neighborhood. Continue reading

Organisation of events. 4 steps to plan a succesfull event

Planing Events

Planing Events

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A highly qualified professional team is at your disposal and will take care of the entire organization of your event, planning and coordinating the whole services involved.

We work from creating a new and original concept of venue, by selecting the best location, transportation, catering service and menus, guests´ invitations and all the necessary to perform a perfect event according tour our customer preferences and budget.

Here you have the most important steps in planning and organizing a business meeting, conference, product launch or a corporate event: Continue reading

Hungary. World Heritage Sites

Budapest. Hungary

Budapest. Hungary

Hungary is a country of contrasts. Still unknown to many tourists, striking architecture and gastronomy, as well as its cultural and musical environment.

It has 9 sites declared World Heritage among which we find the following: Continue reading

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Festivals in Spain

Festivals in Spain

We briefly review some of the most traditional festivals held in Spain.

San Fermín

Location: Pamplona, Navarra
Dates: From 6 to 14 July

The Sanfermines, festivities in honor of San Fermin, start on the 6th of July at 12am with the “chupinazo”, which involves a rocket launched from the Pamplona Town Hall balcony. Continue reading