Tourism Ireland invited a group of 17 top UK inbound tour operators on a fact-finding visit of Ireland this week, in advance of attending a B2B workshop with Irish tourism enterprises in Dublin.
"Ancient tombs, historic homes that played backdrop to combat — Ireland boasts loads of history to relish away from the paddock, writes Brendan Manning." - Brendan Manning, New Zealand Herald, http://www.nzherald.co.nz/travel/news/article.cfm?c_id=7&objectid=11524148
World Travel Market WTM2015 is the leading global travel event for the tourism trade where 50,000 attendees get to meet 5,000 exhibitors. Boyne Valley Tourism will be exhibiting at this event in ExCel London from November 2nd -5th 2015. Call by the Ireland stand UK1400 to meet some of the tourism providers from the Boyne Valley.
What do you do when your record-breaking boy band retires in a blaze of glory after 14
years ruling the Charts? Well if you're Louis Walsh, you start all over again.
Westlife and the X Factor judge together accumulated an incredible 14 UK number-one singles, sold over 11 million albums and 6.8 million singles in the UK alone.
Now the pop Svengali is at it again - this time with HomeTown, a six piece vocal group made up of singers from the four corners of Ireland.
10 years placing Drogheda on the map for tourism
Muse of Yeats Festival taking place 10 - 11 Oct, 2015 at Rossnaree House, Slane, Co. Meath
Hosted by Aisling Law, the great grand-daughter of Maud Gonne.
Ireland’s Ancient East was launched in Paris by Tourism Ireland this week. Our newest tourism experience was unveiled to French travel professionals attending this year’s IFTM Top Resa. IFTM (International French Travel Market) is the largest travel trade exhibition in France, attracting almost 30,000 visitors each year including influential tour operators and travel agents, as well as business tourism decision-makers and leading French travel media.
"At this year’s TASTE Council Summer School, Evan Doyle and Kevin Sheridan presented a compelling vision of Ireland as ready to take its place as a destination for true ‘food tourists’ who travel specifically to experience the food culture." - http://www.ireland-guide.com/award/georgina-campbell-award-2016.2301.html
An article showcasing Co Meath and Ireland’s Ancient East appeared in a recent edition of The West Australian newspaper, profiling this part of Ireland to more than 255,000 readers – or potential Australian holidaymakers for Ireland.
Navan is celebrating today after learning it has achieved the prestigious Purple Flag status for its evening and night-time economy.