Wincor Nixdorf opened its International Management Seminar in Lisbon, Portugal, May 28, with dinner at the Pateo Alfacinha, where guests enjoyed traditional Portuguese fare.
Portugal is a unique ATM market, one that for a number of years has offered advanced ATM functions, such as bill-payment. Shown here is an old Papelaco ATM, the primary ATM provider in Portugal.
All of Portugal's ATMs are on the MultiBanco network, which offers all Portuguese users free ATM access, regardless of their bank. Portugal's ATM market is very dense, in fact, its the highest density in Europe.
Wincor Nixdorf offered guests a little taste of Portugal. A local school group entertained the crowd with traditional music.
Show attendees followed the singing students down the streets of Lisbon.
During dinner Thursday night at the Palacio de Queluz, guests were entertained by characters dressed for the period.
Actors entertain at the Palacio de Queluz.
Dinner at the palace included several courses and was complimented by opera.
Guests mingle at the palace.
Violinests entertain the crowd.
On the way to Sintra, a town outside Lisbon, visitors were treated to a stop on the Atlantic, at Europe's most-western point.
Actors handed out champagne at ocean stop.
A street in Sintra, a city coined by Byron as the "Garden of Eden."
Attendees wrapped the evening with dinner and wine at one of the country's oldest wineries, the wine cellar of Colares.