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RDS wins MoneyConf

Web Summit has  announced that MoneyConf, Europe’s leading fintech event, will take place at the RDS in Dublin from June 11-13, 2018. 
 MoneyConf has been hosted in Madrid for two years and has become the leading place for fintech CEOs, investors and startups to meet. It will be hosted at the Royal Dublin Society, the venue where Web Summit grew to become the world’s largest technology event. 
 Over 2,500 attendees have already registered for the 2018 edition of MoneyConf. Attendees will be joined by hundreds of top names in the industry, from CEOs of global financial institutions to the founders of the world’s most disruptive startups.
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Dromoland is Top Family Hotel

Dromoland Castle has been named 'No1 Hotel for Families in Europe" by Family Vacation Critic.
 dromolandFamily Vacation Critic is an online travel resource for families that offers reviews of family hotels, resorts and destinations. Each hotel profile on the site highlights amenities of particular interest to families, from baby equipment to complimentary wi-fi, and lists can be filtered by age to find the best hotel for every age group.
 
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'Botel' for Cork Quays

A former Rhine cruise ship is to provide visitor accommodation in Cork.

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Following consultation with Bord Fáilte, the planned facility on the city’s northern quays will be called a 'botel' rather than a hotel.
 Sam Corbett, who had hoped to have the luxury river cruise vessel in place by August,  told the 'Irish Examiner' that requests from city planners for further information have pushed the delivery date closer to the end of this year.
 Following an application for planning permission last December, council planners made two requests for further information, including queries about how the facility’s wastewater, from sinks and showers, would be handled and treated, the location of pumping stations, and information about quay-side set-down arrangements for vehicles.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

International media get active

Travel writers from the US, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Belgium and the Middle East spent several action-packed days in Northern Ireland, expe

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riencing what’s on offer for people looking for an activity holiday. Representing a range of print and online publications around the world, the journalists were here as guests of Tourism Ireland and Tourism NI.
 
The journalists’ programme included a challenging walk along The Gobbins coastal path, followed by a visit to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the Giant’s Causeway. The next day, an early morning boat tour was on the agenda, with a ‘Catch and Sea’ experience organised by Causeway Foodie Tours – with the journalists encouraged to catch their own breakfast and look out for basking sharks and dolphins. This was followed by a stand-up paddle lesson at the West Strand in Portrush.
 
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Pearse Street office for ITAS

The Irish Tourist Assistance Service now operates a satellite office from Pearse Street Garda Station allowing tourists immediate access to support 7 days a week.
  ITAS, provides immediate support and assistance seven days a week to visitors to the country who become victims of crime. The service has operated since 1994 and in that time, has built up a wealth of knowledge and contacts within the industry to enable them to offer a comprehensive service to visitors who experience crime.
 Falling victim to crime while abroad can be very traumatic and tourists can be quite vulnerable. Immediate intervention is crucial for tourists as they have very specific needs and challenges. The comprehensive service provided by ITAS allows many tourists to continue with their holiday plans with 90% on average electing to do so.
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