Muelle 21 – The Newest Event Space in Seville Spain

The first time I visited Seville on a FAM trip, I fell in love with this stunning and historic city in Southern Spain, where life is lived to the fullest and where eating and drinking are taken very seriously.

Seville is a city that caught my heart rapidly. Its narrow streets, its tiny bars, its spectacular cathedral and, of course its amazing food never seized to amaze me. I greatly admire the devotion of the locals to their city; they are obsessed with their festivals, climate and cuisine. The food scene in Seville is simply unrivaled. The self-proclaimed tapas capital of the world has so much to offer a food lover.
If you are looking into Seville for your next meeting, you will not fall short of options. The city offers amazing event spaces all around town.
Since my first visit I went back a few more times, and discovered a recent addition to the event scene: Muelle 21.

Muelle 21 has positioned itself as the place to see and be seen in Seville. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Pier 21 is a large multidisciplinary space that can accommodate event up to 1,000 people. Outdoor spaces offer a breathtaking view of the city, and a great place to take full advantage of the southern Spain Mediterranean climate. The restaurant located on the top floor of the Aquarium of Seville offers a unique setting, with culinary delicacy largely influenced by Mediterranean cuisine.

Living in a Northern climate, where every minute of a sunny day is lived outside, I most relished our event on the Terrace Mirador. The space can easily hold 300 people under the watch of the Torre Giralda.
There are so many places to see and visit all around the world, but I can honestly say, Seville is one of my favorite cities.

To book your next meeting or event in Seville contact the Tourist Office of Spain in Chicago at (612) 642-1992 or contact Muelle 21 direct.
As always safe travel!

Marilyne

Marilyne Bouteiller, a Sales and Marketing Professional, and French native, has written short stories for various publications since 2011. As a child she travelled much of Europe and got into the hospitality industry as a means to follow her love for food and travel. She was exposed to different cultures at an early age, and now enjoys writing about her experiences for i-Meet, the Worldwide Business Community for people who plan meetings and events. Please follow me on Google+. You can also read about her experiences on her personal blog at thefrenchinme.net.

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