Five international hotspots grab the attention of meeting planners in search of new hotels and fresh experiences for groups.
Few cities rival the old-world charm of Bern, Switzerland’s vibrant capital city.
Historic cultural and hyperlocal experiences and a plethora of new meeting venues are shaking things up for visiting groups.
Wales plans to attract more international groups in the coming years, with new venues opening and curated excursions encouraging groups to explore the country’s history.
Feeling our way through Belgium—Bruges to Brussels—quickly grounded a week-long adventure.
Barcelo Hotel Group and Melia Hotels & Resorts have made significant investments in brand restructures that will deliver even more options to planners.
A stay at The Merrion Hotel Dublin amid the Dublin City Centre is infused with history and the largest private art collection in Ireland.
Incentive groups visiting Sweden will journey into a magical arctic wonderland.
Groups visiting Paris will want to explore the typical Eiffel Tower and Louvre attractions, but some of the best experiences can be found in the city’s parks.
Groups can meet in a 100-year-old pumping station amidst massive engines painted green and red in the station’s former engine room.
Events in unsuspected places is trending in Madrid, and the city’s underground network of abandoned tunnels and bunkers deliver.
One lucky attendee will win a free trip to Europe by attending our Flanders webinar on Thursday, September 21 from 2 to 3 p.m.
The recent launch of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way has brought even more groups to the jewel in its coastal crown, the marvelous Burren in north County Clare.
A city of world-renowned art, architecture and a whole lot of historic pizzazz. It's no wonder the Eternal City was listed as a top meetings destination by Cvent this year.