Hola from Seville!
My name is Hannah and on behalf of my team I would like to welcome you to our local branch office situated near the beating heart of Seville. We invite you to browse this site dedicated to the beautiful city of Seville and I hope to see you soon!
With 10 local offices maximice events group is the largest owner-managed DMC in Spain, creating live, hybrid and digital events for its clients around the world. Founded in 2008 and led since then by Markus Müller and Juan M. Caldentey the company reflects the perfect combination of German engineering and Spanish passion. From the beginning we have been growing sustainably in terms of human resources, local branch offices, environmental awareness and financial security for our clients.
Today we are one of the most solid and trustful DMC’s in Spain. As your local partner our mission is to make event management in Spain easy for you! With our core team of 35 experts we provide a 360-degree service, always on-brief, on-time, and on-budget. From our head office in Mallorca, we coordinate our ten local offices and two specialized business units – MICE & Automotive.
All our actions are based on what we regard as the fundamental principles of fairness, loyalty, respect and transparency.
Whether the foundation of Seville was really carried out personally by the greatest of the ancient heroes: Hercules, may well be questioned but even beyond its fantastic founding myth, the fourth largest city in Spain can look back on such a legendary history that any attempt to experience it becomes a breathtaking journey into the past.
From the commercial center to the cultural capital
Already in the time of the Romans the capital of Andalusia was an important trading center. The further course of history shows, that where the economy flourishes so does art, culture and science are - but as the economy grows so does its attractiveness for plunderers and conquerors. Thanks to its alternating and partial bloody past, the city shows monuments from all eras and the architectural influences of the Moors is seen throughout the old town even after the Christians conquest of the 13th century. In the particularly picturesque Santa Cruz district, narrow streets and flower-filled courtyards are surmounted by the Giralda, the belfry of the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.
The heart of Andalusian life
Although Seville is not a coastal town, it is dominated by the river Guadalquivir. Thanks to this, the streetscape of date palms, subtropical and tropical flowers is created, despite a permanently sunny dry period from April to October. And not just the plants bring color to the city. Also the "Feria de Abril", a festival, which once developed from the sale of horses and now animates the city with about 1000 tents for a week. Magnificent costumed horsemen and coachmen parade through the streets and the women of the city show up in their flamenco costumes what importance this tradition enjoys in Andalusian culture is easily observable.
The cradle of the tapas culture
There is hardly a better way to end an event day than to go from bar to bar with friends and colleagues and experience the so-called tapas-hopping and trying the local drinks and specialties there - there is hardly a better place for experiencing all of this.