An event organiser, or more specifically his or her client, wants participants to remember the experience as much as possible for all the right reasons. So isn’t this first step in achieving this by using a venue that is special in itself, an experience that we cannot have every day?

What are these venues for truly special events? Firstly, they can be any location that has the potential for hosting larger groups of people and also that for implementing technical programme, in most cases also organising catering for participants. Limits on the numbers of participants that can be accommodated are usually determined by the latter.

The venue for special events also has to have outstanding cultural, historical, technical and architectural value, and to help you select the right one we analysed special venues in the region and divided them into smaller ones – with capacity for up to 100 people – and larger ones, which can accommodate more than 100 participants. A pre-condition for being listed as a special venue are adequate indoor space and basic convention infrastructure with cloakrooms, toilets and technical equipment.


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Voted by readers of Kongres Magazine
The 30 Most Unnusual And Special Venues In Alpe-Adria

The Editorial Board of Kongres Magazine has this year – once again and for the third year in the row – prepared a shortlist of the most Special Venues in the Alpe Adria region.

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