Dublin to Host Travel Bloggers

Ireland is ready to host the Travel Blog Exchange Europe Conference in 2013.
Photo courtesy of TBEX.

Ireland is already gearing up for a BIG year for tourism in 2013 with plans for The Gathering already underway, but this week it was announced that the capital city will be hosting the Travel Blog Exchange Europe Conference (TBEX Europe 2013) in October.

The event’s previous hosts (and it’s North American counterparts) of Girona, Keystone, Vancouver, New York, and Chicago all saw their exposure in the blogosphere rise as some of the world’s best-known travel bloggers profiled their city before, during, and after the conference.

I must admit, I’m thrilled Tourism Ireland has embraced the blogging community (as you may know, Liam and I attended the very first TBEX conference back in 2009), and I look forward to following the reactions of other bloggers as they experience the Fair City.

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Author: Corey

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  1. Hey Corey –
    Great to hear you’re coming this side of the Atlantic! Fantastic news for 2013! And as usual, thanks for supporting the Tourism Ireland blog…

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  2. Just when I’m spending a year abroad it comes to a place where I may have actually been able to attend had I stayed home – typical 😉

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  3. Travel blog will increase the knowledge about the Dublin and the services various organizations are offering there. It will gain the interest of the travelers. There is a lot to do in Dublin. If you want to know, go here http://blog.metrohoteldublinairport.com/?p=316

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  4. Travel blog always guides us on internet . Peoples experiences and knowledge sharing about travelling is very helpful for travellers . Thanks every travel blogger whoes helps peoples through your travel experiences .

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