14 Jul 5 amazing venues for your event
We propose you five spectacular venues to hold your corporate event in 5 of our most beautiful European destinations. Celebrate a unique event with Premium Incoming.
BARCELONA – CASA BATLLÓ
Unique, singular and exceptional, Casa Batlló is Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece. It offers an extraordinary space where the difference is set out thanks to the most exquisite sequence of artistic and architectonical details. In Casa Batlló you will find the best Modernist halls of Paseo de Gracia, in the heart of Barcelona, where you will be able to celebrate all kind of different events that you can imagine. The spaces on different levels are interconnected. It is certainly a very versatile space that allows multiple combinations depending on the specific needs of each event.
Style: Created by Antonio Gaudi, Casa Batllo is a benchmark of Modernism and Art Nouveau. Fantasy building with organic forms but functional at the same time.
Capacity: Up to 500 guests / banquet
Location: Passeig de Gràcia, in the city centre
MADRID – CASINO DE MADRID
The Casino of Madrid is one of the most exclusive spaces to hold an event in the Spanish capital. A private club located in one of the most legendary historic buildings of Madrid, in the Alcalá Street and it is part of the National Heritage of the city. With a modern and contemporary style, the Casino offers a high quality cuisine directed by Paco Roncero and advised by Ferran Adria. One of its most emblematic spaces is the terrace where you can enjoy of a wonderful views of Madrid during the celebration of an event.
Capacity: 18 Dinning Rooms with a capacity up to 100 pax
Location: Located in the city center of Madrid
PRAGA – TROJA CASTLE
This is the first summer palace in Prague with Baroque style, built between 1679-1685 by the architect Jean Baptiste Mathey. The stairs between the palace and the gardens are the work of two sculptors from Dresden: Johann Georg and Paul Heermann. They carved statues depicting the struggle of the gods and the giants. The terrace is decorated with a collection of vases made by Bombelli. The main halls of the palace are decorated with magnificient frescos in baroque style of the Habsburg, representing mythological elements. It was made by the brothers Abraham y Izaac Godijn, Antwerp painters who came to the castle in 1690.
Style: Early baroque building
Capacity: 3 halls up to 50 – 450 pax and a Garden up to 1,200 pax
Location: Just 7 minutes from the city centre
BUDAPEST – SZABO ERVIN LIBRARY
The building of the Wenckheim Palace, now houses the Library Szabó Ervin, in Neo-Baroque style. In the year 1889, when they finished its construction, it became the most beautiful palace in the city and home to the most illustrious aristocratic families of the time. In 1927 the city purchased the building to locate the municipal library. During 1998 it was an inevitable extension of the building that later, after the renovation and expansion, opens his doors again in 2001. The palace has halls available for gala dinners, concerts and conferences.
Style: Neo-Baroque building
Capacity: 150 pax / banquet style (Reading room)
Location: In the municipal library Ervin Szabó, in the heart of Budapest
VIENA – PALAIS FERSTEL
The famous Palais Ferstel is located in one of the oldest districts of Vienna, the Palais Quarter in the 1st district. Palais Ferstel is one of the most interesting buildings belonging to the Wilhelminian Era and by 1900 formed the social centre of Vienna comprising of its Café Central, ballrooms and salon areas. The large Ferstel ballroom, together with the arcade courtyard and the side rooms, forms an elegant and stylish setting for dinners, cocktail receptions, events, presentations and conferences. All of the rooms offer natural daylight, are fitted with the latest technology systems and offer space from 20 to 735 persons.
Style: one of the most interesting buildings belonging to the Wilhelminian Era and by 1900 formed the social centre of Vienna comprising of its Café Central, ballrooms and salon areas.
Capacity: 350 pax / banquet style
Location: Located in one of the oldest districts of Vienna, the Palais Quarter in the 1st district.