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Wednesday 13th July, 2016
Big City Site Visit 2016
London City Selection venues to open for The Big City Site Visit
On Tuesday 23rd August a variety of London City Selection member venues will open their doors to event planners and professionals for a day of site visits across the City of London.
People who organise events in London are invited to see what the City of London has to offer with London City Selection chair Oliver Hargreaves commenting “I think people will be pleasantly surprised, the City has changed a lot over the past few years and is not just an area of finance anymore. More and more event venues and hotels are opening all the time making the area a real destinations for amazing events all the time.”
Venues open on the day include St Paul’s Cathedral, DoubleTree by Hilton Tower Hill and the Barbican’s newest venue Milton Court.
Hargreaves continued “Our venues and hotels can accommodate anything from 2-2,000 people so this is a great opportunity for people to see a cross section of the venues available for any event and how they complement each other. Whether it’s a small meeting, large dinner or congress our venues and hotels can be used in on their own or in conjunction with one another if required.”
To find a full list of venues available to view and for details of how to register head over to the events page.
London City Selection is a hand-picked group of the finest venue and accommodation locations within the City of London. Our members offer some of the world's leading event spaces, accommodation, facilities and technology for meetings and events. To find out more visit www.londoncityselection.co.uk, find us on Twitter @CitySelection and sign up to our newsletter.
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