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Andalucia Entertains with Style and Culture

Andalucia Entertains with Style and Culture

Andalucia, where the sun shines 2,800 hours  per annum, once again choose the très élégant ambiance of the great Dining Room in Dublin’s Trinity College to entertain, wine and dine top travel agents and tour operators for a workshop and dinner.

Grainne Caffrey,Low Cost Beds meets  John McKibben,Get a bed.

Grainne Caffrey, Lowcostbeds, meets John McKibben, GetaBed

Gonzalo Ceballos, head of the Spanish Tourism Office in Dublin, ably assisted by Kathryn MacDonnell, organised an informative trade workshop in association with Antonio Martin-Machuca Ales from Turismo del Andalucia with the theme ‘Let’s talk about Andalucia’.

John Galligan,John Galligan Travel,with Kathryn McDonnell,SNTO and Jim Vaughan,Just Split.

John Galligan, John Galligan Travel, with Kathryn MacDonnell, Spanish National Tourism Office, and Jim Vaughan, JustSplit.com

The visiting trade delegation led by Turismo de Andalucia comprised Almeria Tourist Service, Malaga-Costa del Sol Tourist Board, Sierra Nevada Ski & Mountain Resort, Mojacar Tourist Office, Macia Hotels, Hoteles Elba, Baviera Golf, Rio Real Golf, and the Hotel THGB Torrequebrada & Hotel.

Gonzalo Ceballos welcomes the guests.

Gonzalo Ceballos welcomes the guests

It was the first travel trade event for the new Spanish Ambassador to Ireland, H.E. Jose Maria Rodriquez Coso, who welcomed the guests and spoke  in Irish initially. He said that everybody in Ireland is acquainted with the Costa del Sol as the place to relax and enjoy. He also quoted Oscar Wilde, so he is really into his new posting.

H.E. Jose Rodriquez Coso the Spanish Ambassador to Ireland.

H.E. Jose Maria Rodriquez Coso, Spanish Ambassador to Ireland

However, you could have heard a pin drop during the magnificent Flamenco show, that had the audience showing their appreciation with prolonged applause.

Antonio Martin-Machucha, Turismo de Andalucia.

Antonio Martin-Machucha Ales, Turismo de Andalucia

Pat Dawson from the ITAA

Pat Dawson, Chief Executive, ITAA

The magnificent Flamenco troupe from Andalucia.

The magnificent Flamenco troupe from Andalucia

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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