Mid-December in Stockholm is all about the Nobel Prize and plenty of authentic laureate options await groups.
Every year, the world’s largest hot air balloon festival transforms Albuquerque’s blue skies into a colorfully speckled canvas. And groups can get in on the action.
From innovative food and film pairings, to onboard art exhibits and port excursions, here’s a roundup of the latest cultural cruising experiences.
See how Salt Lake City's artsy side invigorates corporate planning.
See why Jerry Wilson & Associates Inc., an independent manufacturers representative firm, feels lucky enough to have hosted its annual sales conference four times in Hawaii since 2004.
As is often the case, what is considered tradition by one country may be viewed as the next big trend in another.
Dubai is the epitome of old meets new in the Middle East. Vastly tall skyscrapers tower over the nearby spice and gold souks that...
Attendees can experience the Argentinean cowboy way of life through Alchemy's Be a Gaucho program.
New Orleans' French Quarter Festival is the largest, free music festival in the South and introduces attendees to the city’s famous New Orleans funk and contemporary jazz music.
Scotland’s centuries-old Highland Games offers interesting opportunities for noshing on traditional Scottish cuisine.
The multi-story playhouse takes attendees on an exploration of slides, caves, dance floors and even a rooftop Ferris wheel.
An authentic taste of Europe right here in North America. That’s exactly what Quebec City Business Destination offers meeting and incentive groups.
Puerto Vallarta’s Velas Resorts hotel group is constantly breaking the mold on meeting programs and services.
New Orleans has so much more to offer than the typical Mardi Gras atmosphere for which its known.
Participants will practice their downward dog poses while overlooking the city’s skyline under the instruction of Ana Paula Domingez, founder and director of the Mexican Institute of Yoga.
There's way more for meeting and incentive groups than just picturesque views and whiffs of nostalgia in Branson's hills.
Abu Dhabi’s old-world hospitality and heritage-inspired experiences are getting eclipsed as of late by a massive theme park that is taking shape on Yas Island.
Race car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the eighth annual Formula 1, considered to be one of the biggest events in the Middle East.
Delivering unique destination experiences is a key theme for Azamara Club Cruises, and with ships small enough to visit ports where larger vessels won't fit, guests can access the heart of cities such as Marseille, Crete and Bangkok.
Attendees who are Marriott Rewards Members will get exclusive access to intimate #WithTheBand moments at the hotel.
Kyoto incentive experiences explore the city’s rich cultural heritage through droves of artistic, culinary and nature-inspired traditions.
Attendees can hop in a French 2 CV car and cruise through the Pays d’Auge area, visiting villages such as Calvados along the way to enjoy the quintessential pastoral landscapes of Normandy with orchards in the backdrop.
Several nights a week, attendees can watch a limbo or fire dancer show and participate in Junkanoo activities at the newly renovated property.
Value takes shape in many ways in Monaco—from dining in a 19th century opera house to donating sustainable essentials made out of spare parts.
Gunsan is transforming into a hub for the MICE market not only in Korea, but also around the globe.