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Other Destinations

Ambient Events offer a variety of international venues as your choice for Incentives and Conferences

Focus on business tourism

More and more event managers are realising the potential that Spain offers to the business traveller. The increasing number of international fairs, congresses and conferences held each year, throughout the country, is testament to Spain's growing reputation as a destination that caters for every need of the conference and incentive market.

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Famous cities

The Flemish speaking region of Flanders, in the north, is a flatland criss-crossed by canals. It is the home of such famous tourist cities as Antwerp, Brugges, known as 'the Venice of the north', and Ghent.

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Does the Guinness really taste better in Dublin?

On your next holiday, why not raise a Guinness glass - or two - in the city that's famous for brewing it; Dublin, one of Europe's most exciting cultural centres, plays host to countless tourists each year, and with good reason. With everything the city has to offer, from remarkable theatres and intriguing museums to a thrilling night life, what's not to be drawn to?

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The Costa Package - Five Star All the Way

Unseasonably poor weather in the Mediterranean meant that the planned landing in Gibraltar had to be aborted and our GB Airways flight was diverted to Malaga.

Last minute changes to any itinerary provide a true test of a DMC's ability. Our host Viajes Med rose to the occasion. Emerging from the airport we were greeted by Jose Mayen who provided a personal and immediate transfer facility to our base at the 5 Star deluxe, Kempinski Resort Hotel.

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Brussels Through the Eyes of a First Time Visitor

Happiness, according to one famous quote, equals reality minus expectations. I wouldn't like to say for certain what my expectations of Brussels were, but I'm sure that somewhere within the description the word 'bland' would have appeared.  However, I was a little shocked and pleasantly surprised to find a bustling hub of a city of some charm and character.

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A Choice Destination

Most of the world's best known hotel chains have expanded their networks into Ireland and the range of hotel and conference venues available is second to none. This spans everything from the historical, contemporary, sophisticated or more traditional venues.  

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Things To Do While Visiting Dublin

With a population of almost half a million, Dublin is the capital and largest city on the island of Ireland. It was originated in 488AD as a shipping port while going through the Irish Sea and has progressively grown into a modern day city throughout the years.

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Chocolates, Beer, Bikes & Barges

We arrived to cosmopolitan Brussels with 3 lost bags and 1 missing person. One suitcase went to Moscow but all caught up eventually. Janice and I led a perfect size group of 39, not too big to get lost in or too small for comfort. Each July trip draws school teachers who have loyally followed me around the world and they do love Europe. We began with a light orientation tour in the historic heart of this capital, followed by a tour of the Chocolate Museum. I found this boring, but the tastings were great.

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Ten Must-Dos When In Barcelona

High spirits and vitality govern in abundance when in Barcelona. This infectious capital of Catalonia, and second largest city in Spain, exudes soul and energy, living life to the full. Barcelona's verve is matched by its magnificent architecture, characterised by one man's signature, Antonio Gaudi.

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Madrid: A Guide To The Key Sites And Monuments

Spain's capital has enjoyed a serious boom as a city break destination on the last decade. The proliferation of cheap flights has made more and more European cities accessible to weekend travellers. Often overshadowed by the Catalan capital, Barcelona , Madrid is now showing what it has to offer and, more importantly, sharing it with foreign visitors.

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