1,500 Indonesians, who are visiting Barcelona thanks to an incentives trip organised by Prudential Insurance and the Catalan Tourism Agency, ate dinner at the Camp Nou this evening
The Camp Nou was drenched in red this Wednesday evening as 1,500 Indonesians, who are visiting Barcelona on an incentives trip organised by Prudential Indonesia, toured the Club’s installations. The group gathered at the Camp Nou and enjoyed dinner in FC Barcelona’s stadium.
The Prudential Indonesia employees then visited the FC Barcelona Museum, the stands at the Camp Nou and the FCBotiga.
Incentives trips are organised by corporations to reward or motivate their employees. This trip, one of the biggest the city has ever hosted, was borne out of the collaborative agreement between the Catalan Tourism Agency and Prudential, an international insurance company.
It’s clear that Barça figures among the highlights the city has to offer and the 1,500 Indonesians didn’t miss their chance to get a first-hand look at the Club’s facilities. The group also visited other emblematic city sites, like Parc Güell, the Sagrada Familia and Montserrat.