Our Greatest Adventure Yet!
"Success at last" declared Lolo Robinson, Chairperson of Drogheda Comhaltas, "Success at last!"
Drogheda was this week named as the host town for Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2018. The event is the world’s largest annual celebration of Irish music, language, song and dance. It attracts approx. 400,000 visitors to the host town every year.
BOYNE VALLEY TOURISM - Annual General Meeting Notice
Date: Tuesday, 28th March 2017
Venue: Headfort Arms Hotel, Kells
Categories for nomination 2017/2018
D: Licensed Vintners
Tourism Ireland unveiled a second online film featuring Co Meath. It’s called “Stories of Ireland’s Ancient East: The Fairy Tree” – featuring storyteller Steve Lally recounting the story of the fairy folk said to live at the Hill of Tara.
To view the film, click here.
Tourism Ireland has unveiled an online film called “Stories of Ireland’s Ancient East: The Goddess’s Throne”, featuring Loughcrew and “beautiful County Meath” – part of Tourism Ireland’s promotional activity to highlight Ireland’s Ancient East around the world.
New online film goes live, highlighting Ireland’s Ancient East to millions across Great Britain
A new online film starring actor Richard E Grant exploring Ireland’s Ancient East, including Newgrange, has been unveiled. It’s the fourth in the series of short films created by Tourism Ireland and Smooth Radio to highlight the island of Ireland to holidaymakers in Great Britain.
New ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’ Signs Now Sited in Louth and Meath to Boost Tourism
New signs will encourage visitors to explore further and stay longer in the county
Can Irish tourism maintain its stellar growth curve into 2017 and beyond? Just ask Luke Skywalker.
The elusive Jedi, last seen brooding on Skellig Michael in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is this week doing a nixer in London. Or rather, an uncanny lookalike is.
Skywalker's doppelganger is greeting visitors to the Tourism Ireland stand at World Travel Market (WTM), the world's largest travel fair. Beside him, a row of lightsabers is laid out for selfies beside maps of Ireland and Star Wars location flyers.