Incentive trips to Florence
Florence, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is certainly one of the ideal cities in Italy to organize your business incentive Florence with unique and detailed proposals that vary from specific and in-depth training for companies; team building for the cohesion and fun of all participants, but also to the discovery of this marvelous city once the capital of Italy for only six years; gala dinner in sumptuous mansions and tours with cultural itineraries.
Understanding history to project towards the future; even in this city we apply this method of training to our corporate incentives.
Our incentive Florence programs not only include history and study, but also entertainment, play and lightheartedness. We will walk along the Arno River to immerse ourselves in suggestive and unique landscapes. Then we will let you taste the typical Tuscan cuisine. We will make you try croutons and cold cuts, pappardelle with hare, tagliatelle with wild boar and the inevitable pici, ribollita and the famous Florentine steak.
For your incentive in Florence we propose a theatrical performance conducted by professional actors who will play down the reality through play and irony, encouraging reflection and awareness among the participants. Theater is considered a vital means for achieving objectives because it is able, through the action of professional actors, to communicate corporate values. Training
The occasion is special: a timeless city, a historical and cultural landmark known all over the world. We are talking about Florence, one of the most beautiful cities in Italy that Venice Sunset, which its long experience in organizing corporate events, fashion shows, congresses and promotional events, has chosen as milieu for the organization of
Florence, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is certainly one of the ideal cities in Italy to organize your business incentive. In the Middle Ages it was an important artistic, cultural, commercial, political, economic and financial center. Thanks to the patronage of the Medici family, which became one of the most powerful families of the 16th century,