Why We Chose Seville
Rich HistoryOn the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville has a rich Moorish heritage, and used to be a prosperous port of trade. A stroll around the streets and squares in the historic quarter is enough to form an idea of the importance through the ages of the capital and province of Seville.
Seville has excellent connections with the rest of Spain, Europe and the world. The San Pablo International Airport, the AVE high-speed train, motorways and even a modern river port will get you to Seville. The easy to use taxis and local public transport options will efficiently get you around during your stay.
The charm of traditional Andalusian culture marries with cutting-edge modernity and today Seville is a prominent business and service center. The city has many hotels distributed all over the city, enabling participants to easily access the Conference venue and also discover the endless attractions Seville has to offer.
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Guidance and ideas for your trip
In June you can expect an average of 25°C (77°F) with plenty of sunshine and cool evenings. Any rain that falls is usually a mild, quick shower.
CurrencyEuro is the currency in Seville. Tipping in Spain is not a must although leaving some change for good service is the usual practice. If you do leave a tip, between 5-10% is more than enough.