SHE SPANISH HERITAGE DMC

Incentives, Meetings, Conferences, Conventions, Cruise handling, Product Launches and Events
SHE DMC is a privately owned travel company specializing in providing services to the MICE segment all over Continental Spain and its Islands. As Destination Logistic Support Company, SHE DMC can provide any type of service expected from a DMC plus consultancy, coordination, event design and full or partial support to any program. Totally dedicated to service, the company integrates in the team of its clients to achieve the mutual goal of delivering a successful program.

SHE SPANISH HERITAGE DMC

News from Spain...

March 2012


Spanish Heritage New Image

Francisco Merino and the team at Spanish Heritage are proud to announce the introduction of their new logo. With more than 30 years of history it is time for a change. The new corporate image, web and related materials will soon be out in the market. We wanted the euromic community to be the first in knowing and getting acquainted with our future logo.
Same team, same great service, same attention to detail. New times, new logo.

 

Meeting Burlesque – El Molino, Barcelona

Looking for a unique meeting space and a different meeting experience for your client? 
In Barcelona we have it all! Meet in a bright, day lit meeting space with all the technological needs and enjoy a coffee break in the bar & terrace overlooking the streets of Poble Sec. Enjoy a mid-morning icebreaker activity on the training room with a Flamenco class or a drumming session.
The show must go on! Let’s have lunch with a Burlesque mini-show. Different isn’t it?
This program has been created by Spanish Heritage for groups of 40 pax together with “El Molino”, a music hall theater with more than 100 years of history but rebuilt with the most up-to-date technologies. The main theater is also a great space for bigger groups in private for dinner & a show.

 

Palacio de Liria – Madrid

Recently opened for very exclusive events, you can now host your dinner in the private residence of the House of Alba.
The Liria Palace or Palacio de Liria is a Neoclassical palace in Madrid. Built around 1770 by the Duke of Berwick on designs of Ventura Rodriguez, in the early 19th century it passed to the inheritance of the House of Alba. All but the facades were destroyed during the Spanish Civil War. It has since been rebuilt and still remains a private residence, in part due to the persistence of the 18th Duchess of Alba, Duchess Cayetana de Alba. The interior shows remodeling touches by Edwin Lutyens. The palace contains a remarkable private collection of European art, including works by Dürer, El Greco, Goya, Mantegna, Murillo, Rembrandt, Ribera, Van Dyck, and Velázquez. It also houses the Alba Bible.

 

The Fountain of the Lions - Alhambra, Granada

It is time to revisit the Alhambra! The Fountain of the Lions will again be one of the main attractions of the impressive Alhambra in Granada. After having carried out scientific analysis and received approval of the restoration procedure techniques to be performed on one of the lions, the fountain was restored in situ while the court was closed to visitors. The marble lions were restored on the premises of the Department of Conservation of the Council of the Alhambra.
The origin and meaning of the Fountain of the Lions has generated many legends, mainly due to its unusual themes for a Muslim palace: twelve figurative lions. The Fountain from the XI Century is a Jewish fountain, part of the Naghrela palace's destroyed after 1066 Granada massacre. The fountain and the lions had a model in the Fountain of the Temple of Solomon, described in the Books of Chronicles of the Old Testament.

 

Do not hesitate to contact Spanish Heritage for your events in Barcelona, Madrid, Granada or anywhere in Spain: Mrs. Sara Merino at spain@euromic.com

New Logo

El Molino

Palacio de Liria

The Fountain of Lions